Selected writings on race and difference /

"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...

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Author / Creator:Hall, Stuart, 1932-2014, author.
Uniform title:Essays. Selections
Imprint:Durham : Duke University Press, 2021.
©2021
Description:vi, 454 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Language:English
Series:Stuart hall: selected writings
Hall, Stuart, 1932-2014. Works. Selections. 2016.
Subject:Hall, Stuart, -- 1932-2014 -- Political and social views.
Hall, Stuart, -- 1932-2014
Race.
Multiculturalism.
HISTORY / Social History.
Multiculturalism
Political and social views
Race
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12568708
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Other authors / contributors:Gilroy, Paul, 1956- editor.
Gilmore, Ruth Wilson, 1950- editor.
ISBN:9781478010524
1478010525
9781478011668
1478011661
9781478021223
Notes:Includes index.
Summary:"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"--
Other form:Online version: Hall, Stuart, 1932-2014, Selected writings on race and difference Durham : Duke University Press, 2021. 9781478021223

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