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Inspired by the life and work of Professor Stuart Hall, the Stuart Hall Foundation is committed to public education, addressing urgent questions of race and inequality in culture and society through talks and events, and building a network of SHF scholars and artists in residence.

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Stuart Hall Library Artist Residency open for applications

In collaboration with iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), we are pleased to announce the sixth Stuart Hall Library Artist Residency commencing in May 2023. This year, reflecting…

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2022 in Review

Over the past year, the Stuart Hall Foundation continued its crucial work addressing urgent questions of race and inequality in culture and society through talks and events, and building a…

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Jacqueline Rose to speak at 6th Annual Public Conversation

The Stuart Hall Foundation is thrilled to be welcoming renowned public intellectual Jacqueline Rose for our 6th Annual Stuart Hall Public Conversation at Conway Hall, London, on Saturday 11th…

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SHF welcomes new Trustees and Associates

We are delighted to welcome new trustees Farzana Khan and Nasar Meer to the Stuart Hall Foundation Board. We are equally delighted to welcome new SHF Associates Sarah Kavanagh, Aasiya…

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Mission and vision

Recent Writings

31st January 2022 / Article

Stuart Hall, a Peerless Mediator

By: Gregor McLennan, Bruce Robbins, Angela McRobbie, Brett St Louis, Catherine Hall

31st January 2022 / Article

Stuart Hall, a Peerless Mediator

By: Gregor McLennan, Bruce Robbins, Angela McRobbie, Brett St Louis, Catherine Hall

the different ways in which Hall articulated his evolving sense of Marxism

"the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political…"
11th October 2020 / Article

The Coronavirus Pandemic and its Meanings

By: Michael Rustin

"the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political…"
11th October 2020 / Article

The Coronavirus Pandemic and its Meanings

By: Michael Rustin

the Coronavirus Pandemic from a perspective which is both socio-political and psychoanalytic

"debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical…"
21st August 2020 / Article

Doing Reparatory History: bringing ‘race’ and slavery home

By: Catherine Hall

"debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical…"
21st August 2020 / Article

Doing Reparatory History: bringing ‘race’ and slavery home

By: Catherine Hall

debates on reparation need to include questions about the historical narratives on ‘race’ and empire

"The challenge of the 21st century would be “how to live with difference”"
16th March 2020 / Article

Haitian immigrant artists in Brazil

By: Caetano Maschio Santos

"The challenge of the 21st century would be “how to live with difference”"
16th March 2020 / Article

Haitian immigrant artists in Brazil

By: Caetano Maschio Santos

The challenge of the 21st century would be “how to live with difference”

"We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic…"
20th July 2020 / Article

Thinking About the Slavery Business and its Legacies

By: Catherine Hall

"We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic…"
20th July 2020 / Article

Thinking About the Slavery Business and its Legacies

By: Catherine Hall

We use the term the slavery business to encompass the range of economic activities associated with British slavery.