Stuart McPhail Hall, FBA (3 February 1932 – 10 February 2014) was a Jamaican-born cultural theorist, political activist and sociologist who lived and worked in the United Kingdom from 1951. For the last six years, she has led the Legacies of British Slave-ownership project at University College London, which explores Britain’s long history in relation to the slavery business. In 2013 he was invited to become a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. A new project from Cuban rapper El Individuo humanizes the Cuban perspective, inadvertently flying in the face of the United States Republican Party’s agenda. His film projects include Playtime (2014), Ten Thousand Waves (2010), and Western Union: Small Boats (2007). When are you going back to where you came from? Returning to Hall’s work in the years after his death, I have like many others been struck by his prescient views of the neoliberal revolution ushered in by Thatcherism in Britain and by extension Reaganism in the U.S., in works such as  The Great Moving Right Show. His feature film credits include Hot Fuzz , The Spectacular Now and Ghost in the Shell . He spent a great deal of time and energy trading barbs with classical Marxists with whom I often disagreed vehemently about matters relating to the analysis of ideology, contingency, identity and the role of determination in human history. But we get a glimpse of Stuart and Catherine Hall’s problems with the social world of racial and class exclusion his parents inhabited when learning that Catherine on her first ever visit to Kingston in 1965 had an altercation with his mother, brought on by the latter treating a black Jamaican housemaid as if she did not exist and talking about “the servant problem” in front of her maid. She is now the Emerita Chair of the new Centre for the Study of British Slave-ownership at UCL. Claire Alexander is Professor of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester. Our last AIAC Talk show of 2020 will be festive. Why are you here? What counts as “authentic” decolonization as the term takes over our social media and influencer bubbles? He is the founder of @code__switch, an archive/continuum of radical internationalism. If you think you know enough about the importance of Marx, Gramsci, Fanon, Baldwin and Althusser for Hall, here is as good a chance that you will get to see it from a fresh and original yet attentive and closely-read angle. Where are your papers? He also notes that Scott, “two generations younger,” formed part of a “radicalized cohort of the 1970s” in Jamaica. It is not that Hall and Scott are in consent about how to understand and analyze the post-colonial present. Stuart Hall was born in 1930s. Stuart was a close friend of the Henriques family over many years. Since 2009, she has been Professor of Modern British Social and Cultural History at University College London. See more ideas about stuart hall, cultural studies, sociological research. Stuart Hall (født 3. februar 1932 i Kingston på Jamaica, død 10. februar 2014) var en britisk kulturteoretiker og sociolog.Hall, der voksede op i Jamaica, men som boede i Storbritannien fra 1951, regnes som en af grundlæggerne af de britiske kulturstudier, sammen med Richard Hoggart og Raymond Williams. Harriet is an artist and producer. Sue Woodford-Hollick OBE (Lady Hollick) is a businesswoman, former television journalist, and founding commissioning editor of multicultural programmes at Channel 4 Television. It is therefore salutary of Scott to bring renewed attention to Hall’s seminal work on identities, and the way in which Hall’s work on this stands removed from a certain form of “postmodernist celebration of migrancy as an inventive self-fashioning gesture”: For the migrant (or anyway the black colonial migrant) is always obliged to respond to an interrogation that precisely objects and constructs her or him in a constricted place of identity- that demands an answer in the policing jargon of identity: Who are you? The re-emergence of racialized modes of thinking, racism and discrimination across the West, makes reading and re-reading Stuart Hall urgent. STUART HALL FOUNDATION IS A REGISTERED CHARITY IN ENGLAND AND WALES, CHARITY NO. As a reader, two of the chief merits of Hall’s and Schwarz’s Familiar Stranger and the Jamaican-born anthropologist and political theorist David C. Scott’s Stuart Hall’s Voice: Intimitations of an Ethics of Receptive Generosity is that they bring us much closer to an understanding of the role that Hall’s formative years in colonial Jamaica played in his life and thought than what one could often intuit from his own work. As Chair of Arts Council England-London, Sue worked with Stuart Hall on the development of Rivington Place. Scott is exceptionally good in bringing out this aspect, which he proposes stems from Hall’s dialogical orientation or his “thinking aloud,” in Hall’s intellectual production. Hall was acutely aware of the structures of possibility and impossibility which marked his early life and his mother’s obsessions with graduations of color and status. nteresting, if slow building, documentary on Stuart Hall, one of England's leading leftist thinkers of the last 40 years. Catherine has published extensively on questions of race, gender and empire. She then became Chair of Camden Arts Centre. Associated With. Stuart Hall was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1932. Directed by John Akomfrah. The Ugandan government quells public unrest with violence. We now live in a present in which the term “identity politics” has become a monumental straw man for all that ails our societies North or South,  and when bending backwards to accommodate a resurgent “white identity politics,” of course never named as such in the past or present (“identity” supposedly being the preserve of “minorities,” though Western history tells us all about the sheer absurdity of a such a proposition) the order of the day for politicians left, right and center. Stuart Hall was born on February 3, 1932 in Kingston, Jamaica to parents of mixed-race African, Indian, and British descent. Stuart Hall. Stuart Hall: Selected Writings A series edited by Catherine Hall and Bill Schwarz. This is not the least due to the commitment of Duke University Press’ editor Ken Wissoker to bringing Hall’s publications to the attention of new and old readers in a reasonably priced series. And how we can sharpen our activism. In 2009 Jess was invited into the British Society of Cinematographers. Can we move from temporary shame about our endless consumption of unethically sourced jewels and smartphones to concrete action? Her research interests are feminism, African-American studies, critical theory, Marxism, popular music, social consciousness, and the philosophy and history of punishment and prisons. Stuart Hall describes feminism as an “interruption” that altered a prac-tice accumulated in cultural studies in the early 1970s, causing a “theoretical noise.” It is inevitable to recover the forcefulness of the metaphor used by that intellectual to refer to this rupture. He wrote multiple works discussing the theories of Karl Marx. Gilane Tawadros is the Chief Executive of DACS, a not-for-profit visual artists rights management organisation. Among many accomplishments, he served as the first editor in chief of the New Left Review . Hall had many readers in various post-colonies, and the attraction of his thought and legacy, and not the least the appeal of his particular mode of engagement with the world in and outside of academia to intellectuals who share his formative experiences with both creolization and colonial and late-colonial subjugation, has long been apparent. She studied literature before training as a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and currently works in NHS mental health services for children and families. It would perhaps be more apt to characterize Scott as more of a political theorist than an anthropologist – but then again, the policing of disciplinary boundaries by virtue of an insistence in ethnographic fieldwork here or there being the sine qua non of anthropological virtue and integrity is, and remains, one of the more problematic aspects of modern anthropology. David A Bailey is a writer, curator and cultural facilitator. We have found at least 200 people in the UK with the name Catherine Hall. Instead, Scott conceives of Hall as “an exemplary intellectual” that is “productive to think with” and “to think through.”. Here are some of Hall and Schwarz’s memorable formulations about what it meant to “think the Caribbean”: I came to understand that, as a colonized subject, I was inserted into history (or in this case, History) by negation, backwards and upside down – like all Caribbean peoples, dispossessed and disinherited from a past which was never properly ours. The story has of course been told before in John Akomfrah’s elegant and elegiac documentary tribute to Stuart Hall, The Stuart Hall Project, but Hall’s rendering of the personal tragedy here adds texture and nuance. Catherine Hall is Stuart’s widow. With Stuart Hall, Catherine Hall. Despite the media’s wish for a neat story, the African continent’s response to COVID-19 is all over the map. Foundations of Cultural Studies Stuart Hall Edited and with an introduction by David Morley ESSENTIAL ESSAYS VOL. From the preface to Hall’s own Familiar Stranger: A Life Between Two Islands, an intellectual autobiography based on Bill Schwarz 30 years of conversations with him, we learn that Hall wanted to publish with this particular press in the U.S., due to its long-standing record of publishing the work of some of the most outstanding Caribbean-born modern intellectuals, such as Marcus Garvey and C.L.R. In this bid to free myself from living the life of the colonized, I never had any aspiration to be English, nor have I ever become English. She was Chief Executive of Longman, the international education and business publisher and subsequently MD of Phaidon. I was honoured to be invited by them to prepare the bibliography—initially with a view to including this with the volumes of Hall’s work, published by Duke University Press under their general editorship. In 1970 Hall attended the UK's first National Women's Liberation Conference at 1. Hall notes that his own “conditions of existence” were those of the “closing days of the old colonial world,” and that though only six years old at the time, the epochal event which formed his political generation was the “events of 1938” in Jamaica. View the profiles of people named Catherine Hall Stewart. Three years on from Hall’s death in 2014, there is a virtual cottage industry of publications of and about his work. Greg is currently engaged in selecting, editing and introducing the planned Duke UP volume of Hall’s writings on ‘the question of Marxism’. Jame… He later recalled: "We were part Scottish, part African, part Portuguese-Jew." The 1930s were called the Great Depression (1929-1939). Catherine Hall is Stuart’s widow. First Name Stuart. Born In 1932. Julian Henriques is a film writer-director, sound artist and Professor in the Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London. Currently on the Opinion desk, she has also been a feature writer and deputy editor of the Saturday Review. For the peripheries and proletarians of the world—most of the world—Maradona is a symbol of defiance against the football aristocracy, corporate bosses and empire itself. Nov 19, 2014 - Explore Catherine J's board "STUART HALL", followed by 156 people on Pinterest. And so Scott is right to assert that his “post-Marxism grows out of a never-ending – and never-endingly agonistic – engagement with Marx and Marxism.”. The exigencies and attention required by my immersion in ethnographic fieldwork on Muslims in Cape Town at the time meant I paid scant attention to it, and that my real discovery of Hall’s work came years later in Norway. She is also a programmer and writer for learning, and developed the Autograph ABP Archive Learning Resource and the National Maritime Museum’s Citizen Resource . He was a student of Stuart's at the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in the 1970s, and they were close colleagues at the Open University through the 1980s. Novelists. Maria is a visual artist and producer of social projects. What will it take for the decades-old regime of Cameroon’s President Paul Biya to address the root cause of the country’s senseless conflict? Can class politics shine through? What these experiences meant in Hall’s intellectual thought is fleshed out well in Scott’s book. My first ever introduction to the work of Stuart Hall (1932-2014) came in the form of an enthusiastic invitation to watch a video of one of his lectures after Sunday dinner with my friend Aslam Fataar at his home in Cape Town in the late 1990s. Hall himself was more dark-skinned than either one of his parents and siblings, and so it comes as no surprise to hear him self-describe, like Edward Said did, as a proverbial “black sheep” of his family. Radio was the main source of entertainment, information, and political propaganda, and jazz, blues, gospel, and folk music, became immensely popular. Scott’s choice of genre gives a sometimes eerie impression of a one-way dialogue with a dead intellectual. He is a filmmaker and cinematographer. Han regnes som en av grunnleggerne av den skoleretningen som er kjent som «britiske kulturstudier», sammen med Richard Hoggart og Raymond Williams. A contemporary look at one of the founding figures in the field of cultural studies. Stuart Hall on 'Perry Anderson (New Editor in 1962) Transforms the New Left Review' - Duration: 3:58. Ekwa Msangi, realizadora Tanzaniana-Americana, mostra a história de muitos imigrantes com a experiência de uma família angolana de imigração. Watch on Youtube, Facebook, or Twitter. Speculative fiction by writers from Africa explore viral apocalypses. This is an excerpt of an essay, titled “Nongoloza’s Ghost,” in “Democracy,” the December issue of Lapham’s Quarterly, published in partnership with Africa Is a Country. Identity here is inflicted; it is not a luxury. Michael Rustin is Professor of Sociology at the University of East London, and a Visiting Professor at the Tavistock Clinic. Hall appeared widely on British media, taught at the University of Birmingham and the Open University, was the founding editor of New Left Review, and served as the director of Birmingham’s Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. Hall, along with Richard Hoggart and Raymond Williams, was one of the founding figures of the school of thought that is now known as British Cultural Studies or The Birmingham School of Cultural Studies. As part of our new #reconstructionwork programme, Stuart Hall Foundation is hosting a series of online one-to-one conversations. Sindre Bangstad is a Norwegian social anthropologist and author. Harriet has worked with other artists and organisations such as The Stuart Croft Foundation, DACS, BFI, Tate, MOMA PS1, Flamin, Shooting People, ScreenSkills and LOCO, on the production of films, exhibitions, events, training and artists' opportunities. A new report from the Transnational Institute suggests free trade does nothing but drain Tunisia’s wealth. For though the very term neoliberalism, as Scott is right to note, came relatively late to Hall’s work, Hall saw much more clearly than any Marxist at the time the extent to which this was also a cultural revolution of a kind whose aftermath would inflict systematic and long-term damages on the lives we all live, and fundamentally alter the political terrain so as to make it increasingly difficult to oppose it and to mobilize against it. Stuart Hall Popularity . Based in California, Jess is a visiting lecturer at the American Film Institute. Becky Hall is Stuart's daughter. It was the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world. James. Hall also drily comments on the fact that though many continued to consider him a proverbial “post-colonial,” and as a product of 1968, he was really a child of colonialism and of 1956. Click here to find personal data about Catherine Hall including phone numbers, addresses, directorships, electoral roll information, related property prices and other useful information. A thinker and commentator, his peers include other giants of political commentary such as Noam Chomsky, Susan Sontag, Alan Ginsberg, Michel Foucault and Gore Vidal. Professor Angela Davis is an activist, a writer and Professor Emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Born in 27 Mar 1869 and died in 7 Dec 1933 Wellsville, Utah Catherine Stuart Hall Isaac Julien is a leading international film and video artist, producing work for cinema, television and art galleries. Scott is a former student of Talal Asad at the New School For Social Research in New York, now a professor of anthropology at Columbia University. Susanna Rustin is a journalist at the Guardian. In the words of Ferguson, he was introduced to Stuart and Catherine Hall when he was 22 under the advisement of George Lipsitz at UC San Diego. In the early 1960s, while on a march for Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Hall would meet her future husband, Professor Stuart Hall, and the two would go on to marry in 1964. For a radical thinker like Hall, unlike say Ernesto Laclau, the questions relating to identity were not simply intellectual abstractions, but lived and embodied experiences. Professor Stuart Hall’s family, friends and colleagues established the Stuart Hall Foundation in November 2014 to continue his life’s work. For the last six years, she has led the Legacies of British Slave-ownership project at University College London, which explores Britain’s long history in relation to the slavery business. His father, Herman Hall, was the first non-white person to hold a senior position – chief accountant – with United Fruit Company in the country. Stuart Hall claims that white and black are both culturally and politically constructed categories "If the black subject and black experience are not stabilised by Nature or by some other essential guarantee, then it must be the case that they are constructed historically, culturally, politically - and the concept which refers to this is 'ethnicity'." He first met Stuart at the Universities and Left Review Club in 1957 and worked with him on political projects over many years. Currently Chair of Metropolitan Housing and Treasurer of Association of Charitable Foundations. Paula Kahn worked with Stuart as a Trustee of Iniva eventually becoming Acting Chair. She has researched, written and published on issues of race, ethnicity, youth and migration in Britain for over 25 years. Harriet is SHF's Programme Manager. He worked with Stuart as a board member for Iniva. There has never been a better time, in the context of the re-emergence of racialized modes of thinking, racism and discrimination across vast swathes of the Western world, to read and re-read Hall. In this bid to free myself from living the life of the colonized, I never had. Stuart, Doreen Massey and he were founding editors of Soundings in 1995 and edited the Kilburn Manifesto together in 2013-4. Stuart Hall is one of the most influential and esteemed cultural theorists of a generation. Therefore, identity for the migrant is not always-already a question; this question is always inscribed in a relation to dominant, sometimes in fact, repressive state power. THE STUART HALL PROJECT takes the viewer on a roller coaster ride … She was the first art historian to be appointed to the prestigious Blanche, Edith and Irving Laurie Chair in Women’s Studies, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. He is a long-standing editor of Small Axe, that supremely interesting Duke journal dedicated to Caribbean arts and letters, as well as the author of a number of important monographs on the past and present of the Caribbean. Catherine and Stuart Hall reading The Caribbean Review of Books at Hellshire Beach, Jamaica; June 2004. James was born on March 17 1821, in Kirkliston, West Lothian, Scotland. His contributions to critical theory and the study of politics, culture, communication, media, race, diaspora and postcolonialism made him one of the great public intellectuals of the late twentieth century. How has Nigeria’s film industry responded to the protests of #EndSARS? Steve McQueen is a Turner Prize-winning video artist and Oscar-winning producer, director and screenwriter whose films include Hunger (2008), Shame (2011), and 12 Years a Slave (2013), which won the Academy Award for best film in 2014. Discover what happened on this day. Professor Stuart Hall was a close colleague and friend during her time in television. When the book merits our attention, it is in its keen attention and responsiveness to central themes in Halls oeuvre, and Hall’s mode of thinking and engaging as a public intellectual. Stuart Hall was born in Jamaica and won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University, arriving in 1951. Author Born in Jamaica #6. “It is important for me to acknowledge, personally, that the pathologies which accompanied my upbringing weren’t peculiarly mine, and need to be located in their larger history,” Hall writes. What was behind the assassinations in the 1980s of two key anti-apartheid figures: Swedish Prime Minister, Olof Palme, and senior ANC official, Dulcie September? Her work explores the interrelation between metropole and colony in an attempt to rewrite the narrative of certain aspects of 'British history' in the mid nineteenth century empire period. Photo by Annie Paul My research centres on rethinking the relation between Britain and Empire in the early/mid-nineteenth century. Han var formand for the British Sociological Association 1995–1997. But we get a glimpse of Stuart and Catherine Hall’s problems with the social world of racial and class exclusion his parents inhabited when learning that Catherine on her first ever visit to Kingston in 1965 had an altercation with his mother, brought on by the latter treating a black Jamaican housemaid as if she did not exist and talking about “the servant problem” in front of her maid. Scott’s small and eminently readable book is written as a series of epistolary letters to his late friend and mentor. She has a Master's Degree in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmiths, University of London and a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Theory from the Latvian Academy of Culture. Members of the Capitalism In My City project reflect on the commodification of education in Kenya. He married University College London history professor, Catherine Hall. This is the peculiar and internalized madness which will be familiar to many citizens of post-colonial societies to this day, and not the least to South Africans forced to imbibe the bitter poisons of racialized thinking and classification under Apartheid and their long afterlife among the dispossessed in post-Apartheid South Africa. She is a historian and works on the impact of empire on Britain. The couple had a daughter, Becky, and son, Jess, and the family lived in Birmingham. Professor Gates was a friend and close colleague of Stuart’s over many years. Professor Gates currently serves as the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University. Most Popular #130101. Susanna is Catherine and Stuart’s niece. How Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyerere’s approaches to gender politics, help reshape feminist visions for reclaiming a developmental state. First Name Stuart #34. A pioneer in the field of cultural studies, Stuart Hall produced an impressive body of work on the relationship between culture and power. Catherine Hall is Emerita Professor of Modern British Social and Cultural History at University College London. Stuart Hall (1932–2014) was one of the most prominent and influential scholars and public intellectuals of his generation. Tanzanian-American filmmaker Ekwa Msangi uses one Angolan family’s story of immigration to tell a larger story. For Scott calls attention to Hall’s using his particular and characteristic voice as a public intellectual as a mode of thinking itself; and speaking and listening a way of clarification. UK Data Service 'Pioneers of Social Research' 740 views Stuart Hall Is A Member Of . This volume from Goldsmiths Press examines the career of the cultural studies pioneer Stuart Hall, investigating his influence and revealing lesser-known facets of his work. As countries expand investment in decentralized renewable energy, its worth keeping an eye on who’s profiting. Ilze is an experienced Administrator and Project Manager with over 10 years of experience spanning across the arts, charity, health-care and start-up sectors. Orsod is a curator, content producer, editor and archivist. He spent two years working within editorial and marketing departments in the publishing industry and as a freelance content producer. nteresting, if slow building, documentary on Stuart Hall, one of England's leading leftist thinkers of the last 40 years. His autobiography – regretfully to my mind – stops before his move to Birmingham to take up the chair in Cultural Studies, one that would make him a household name for academics across the world. Despite the Great Depression, Hollywood and popular film production flourished. Of privileged stable and Christian middle-class brown rather than black background, Hall’s escape from Jamaica and to Oxford in 1951 was also an escape from the conditions of his upbringing in a society shaped by the multiple and perennial shadows of colonialism and slavery, which prevented him from an all-too-open identification with the racially and economically marginalized majority of black Jamaicans. David met Stuart at Goldsmiths in the 1980s where their conversation about the black visual arts began. We owe it to both Schwarz and Scott for once more bringing the relevance of the late and great Hall’s work to our attention. The Guardian called him the ‘Godfather of Multiculturalism’, the Open University flew it’s flag at half-mast, Laurie Taylor from Times Higher Education spoke of his intellectual mobility, his empathy and how it was a privilege to have him at the heart of the Open University. For the young Hall, racialization was close and personal: his elder sister Pat, five years his senior, suffered a life-long mental breakdown as a result of Hall’s racially obsessed mother putting a stop to her romantic involvement with a black student from another Caribbean island whilst studying medicine. She is a historian and works on the impact of empire on Britain. Hall was, by his own admission, not the most systematic of thinkers: his preferred form was the academic essay, and his public interventions addressed present contingencies in the manner which one imagines being preferred by a Gramscian organic intellectual of sorts. His work involves developing new methods of curation in order to contemporise archived material from anti-colonial movements. 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