(last updated: 4/12/00)

Stuart Hall, a leading figure of the British left over the past thirty years and a visionary race theorist, had made profound contributions to the field of cultural studies at the Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies at Birmingham University. His work has made possible multiple conversations taking place around questions of culture, race and ethnicity. A collection of Hall's essays and essays on Hall can be found in "Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues In Cultural Studies",edited by Kuan-Hsing Chan and David Morley.

Hall is retired Professor of Sociology at The Open University


  • Stuart Hall Interview

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