The Stuart Hall Foundation is delighted to continue its partnership with the University of Sussex, welcoming Susuana Amoah and Meha Dedhia to the SHF Scholars and Fellows Network.
The Sussex Stuart Hall Scholarship and Sussex Stuart Hall Fellowship is offered to scholars with particular consideration towards areas of interest to Stuart Hall, such as Postcolonial and Diasporic Modernities; Cultural Studies; Race, Ethnicity and Visual Cultures; Radical Thinking on the Left; marking and extending Stuart Hall’s legacy as a major intellectual of cultural studies.
Stuart Hall Fellow, University of Sussex
The Sussex Stuart Hall Fellowship is offered to practitioners, academics as well as artists in residence across the School of Media, Film and Music. The fellowship provides £5,000 budget, covering a £4,000 honorarium and £1,000 for travel, subsistence and accommodation, materials and other event-related expenses. The Visiting Fellow will be expected to engage in teaching, research and the delivery of a public lecture.
Susuana Amoah is a Brighton-based cultural activist, artist-curator, and PhD researcher, whose research project explores decolonial approaches to curatorial practice in public contemporary art galleries.
To read more about Susuana’s work, click here.
Stuart Hall MA Scholar, University of Sussex
The Sussex Stuart Hall Scholarship at the University of Sussex is offered to one Masters student in the Department of Media and Film. The prestigious £5,000 Stuart Hall Scholarship is applied to the Scholar’s tuition fees.
Meha Dedhia is an independent documentary filmmaker studying an MA in Media Practice for Development and Social Change at the University of Sussex. Her studies and short documentaries focus on the discourse around race, culture and media.
To read more about Meha’s work, click here.