Selected writings on race and difference / Stuart Hall ; edited by Paul Gilroy and Ruth Wilson Gilmore.

Author
Hall, Stuart, 1932-2014 [Browse]
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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Durham : Duke University Press, 2021.
Description
1 volume ; 23 cm.

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Summary note
"Stuart Hall famously argued that "race is the modality through which class is lived." This collection demonstrates the remarkable range in which a committed thinker constantly sharpened his understanding of contemporary challenges, and sought to articulate problems and opportunities across space and struggles. In a variety of formats, long and short, lecture and essay, scholarly and popular, Hall shows readers not what to think but rather how and why particular approaches might offer usable insights and models for further thought and action"-- Provided by publisher.
Notes
Includes index.
Contents
  • Riots, Race and Representation
  • Absolute Beginnings [1959]
  • The Young Englanders [1967]
  • Black Men White Media [1974]
  • Race and Moral Panics in Post-war Britain [1978]
  • Summer In The City [1981]
  • Drifting Into A Law and Order Society [1982]
  • The Whites of Their Eyes [1979]
  • The politics of intellectual work against racism
  • Teaching Race [1980]
  • Pluralism, Race and Class in Caribbean Society [1977]
  • Africa is Alive and Well [1975]
  • Race, Articulation and Societies Structured in Dominance [1978]
  • New Ethnicities [1983]
  • Cultural Identity & Diaspora [1990]
  • C.L.R. James a portrait [1992]
  • Calypso Kings [2002]
  • Cultural and Multicultural questions
  • Gramsci's Relevance for the study of race and ethnicity [1968]
  • Subjects in History: Making Diasporic Identities [1998]
  • On Fanon [1996]
  • Race the floating signifier [1997]
  • In, but not of Europe [2003]
  • Cosmopolitan Promises Multicultural Realities [2006]
  • The Multicultural Question [2000]
ISBN
  • 9781478011668
  • 9781478010524 ((hardcover))
  • 1478010525
  • 1478011661
LCCN
2020021829
OCLC
1157959390
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