To mark the recent publication of Stuart Hall, Selected Writings on Marxism, edited by Gregor McLennan, we are partnering with publishers Duke University Press to host an online roundtable taking place on Wednesday 30th June. A panel of esteemed authors will each present their response to the book, followed by further exchange and discussion reflecting on Stuart Hall’s political and intellectual relationship to Marxism:
- Gregor McLennan, Professor of Sociology, University of Bristol
- Angela McRobbie, Professor of Cultural Studies, Coventry University and Emeritus Professor, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Bruce Robbins, Old Dominion Foundation Professor of the Humanities, Columbia University, New York
- Brett St Louis, Senior Lecturer in sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Chair: Catherine Hall, Emerita Professor of History and Chair of the Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery, University College London.
Those who register to the event and sign up to our mailing list will be sent a 50% discount code to use on Stuart Hall and Bruce Robbins titles published by Duke University Press. We will send this code out twice – on 22nd June and on 5th July. So if you’d like to buy your books in advance of the event, please make sure you register for the event AND sign up the mailing list before 21st June!
This event will take place online and closed captions will be provided.
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