Conversations with Stuart Hall: the tenacity of race
There has rarely been a day in recent years when I haven’t thought of Stuart Hall’s work. Its manifold meanings and implications are startlingly resonant today, in a variety of national and global contexts: Britain and the United States, the Caribbean, of course, but also India, and, more broadly, Asia and Africa.
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