Remembering Professor Stuart Hall
Professor Stuart Hall is one of Britain's most important intellectuals. He recently passed away but Kehinde Andrews explains that he has not been given the recognition he deserves
Stuart Hall was born in Jamaica in 1932 and moved the UK in 1951. Professor Hall became one of Britain’s leading intellectuals, being at the foundation of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham. He wrote extensively on topics of inequality and the state, coining the term Thatcherism. He was one of the foremost thinkers on race and ethnicity and an inspiration to a generation of academics.