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Stuart Hall (1932-2014)

Duration:
28 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 12 February 2014

In memory of Stuart Hall: a special programme paying tribute to the leading cultural theorist and former director of the Birmingham Centre for Cultural Studies. A pioneer of 'multiculturalism', he documented the changing character of 'post Imperial' British society. Laurie Taylor is joined by Caspar Melville, Lecturer in Global Creative and Cultural Industries at SOAS, Baroness Lola Young and Jeremy Gilbert, editor of the journal, New Formations. They explore Stuart Hall's life, influence and legacy.

Producer: Jayne Egerton.

  • Caspar Melville

    Lecturer in Global Creative and Cultural Industries at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London

     

     

    Find out more about Dr Caspar Melville

  • Lola Young

    Baroness Young of Hornsey, OBE, British actress, author, and Crossbench peer

     

     

    Find out more about Lola Young

     


    Windrush Echos (Soundings)
    Gail Lewis, Baroness Lola Young (Editors)
    Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart Ltd 
    ISBN-10: 085315886X
    ISBN-13: 978-0853158868

  • Jeremy Gilbert

    Professor of Cultural and Political Theory and Editor of the journal New Formations

     

     

    Find out more about Jeremy Gilbert

     

     

    Common Ground: Democracy and Collectivity in an Age of Individualism
    Publisher: Pluto Press (8 Nov 2013)
    ISBN-10: 0745325327
    ISBN-13: 978-0745325323

  • Ethnography Award

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    These are now being reviewed by the judges for the Award, Professor Dick Hobbs, Professor Henrietta Moore, Dr Louise Westmarland, Professor Bev Skeggs. The Chair is Professor Laurie Taylor. (Please do not contact any judges directly).

     

    The judges will be looking for work which displays flair, originality and clarity, alongside sound methodology. The work should make a significant contribution to knowledge and understanding in the relevant area of research.

     

    The panel of judges will select six finalists, and from that shortlist the judges will select an overall winner who will be awarded a prize of £1000.

     

    The finalists will be contacted by telephone early spring of 2014 and the winner of the Award will be announced at the BSA Annual Conference in April 2014.

     

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