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Hall, Stuart, 1932-2014

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Personal name headingHall, Stuart, 1932-2014
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Associated countryGreat Britain
Birth date1932-02-03
Death date2014-02-10
Place of birthKingston (Jamaica)
Place of deathLondon (England)
Field of activityCulture--Philosophy
AffiliationOpen University
University of Birmingham
Chelsea College
Profession or occupationSociologists College teachers Authors, Black
Found inHis Break-through, 1958.
His The hard road to renewal, 1988: CIP t.p. (Stuart Hall) galley (prof. of sociology at the Open Univ.)
WW, 1987 (Hall, Prof. Stuart McPhail; prof. of sociology, the Open Univ., since 1979; b. Mar. 2, 1932; ed.. New left review, 1957-61; lectr., film and mass media studies, Chelsea Coll., London Univ., 1961-64; Ctr. for Cultural Studies, Univ. of Birmingham, res. fellow, 1964-68; author of Policing the crisis, 1978)
Portrait of the Caribbean. Program 1-2, Iron in the soul ; Out of Africa [VR] 1992, c1991: container (hosted by Stuart Hall) opening credits (presented by Stuart Hall)
Resistance through rituals, 2006: ECIP t.p. (Stuart Hall) data view (PhD Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg)
Wikipedia, 5 Dec. 2006 (Stuart Hall b. 3 Feb. 1932 in Kingston, Jamaica; works as a cultural theorist in the UK; books include 'The Hard Road to Renewal' and 'Resistance Through Rituals')
Guardian (online), viewed Feb. 10, 2014 (Stuart Hall; b. Stuart McPhail Hall, Feb. 3, 1932, Kingston, Jamaica; d. Feb. 10, 2014; influential cultural theorist, campaigner, and founding editor of the New left review)
Uncut funk, 2018: eCIP t.p. (Stuart Hall) data view screen (was a cultural theorist, political activist and sociologist and one of the founders of the New Left Review; is credited as one of the founders of British Cultural Studies)
Associated languageeng
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