Stuart Hall is an emeritus professor at the Open University. Born in Jamaica and a Rhodes scholar at Oxford, he was director of the Centre for Cultural Studies in Birmingham until 1997. He was the first editor of New Left Review, and in 1995 was one of three founding editors of Soundings
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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Kilburn Manifesto: Our Challenge to the Neoliberal Victory
The crisis in the global economic system triggered by the banking collapse of 2006-08 has precipitated a new moment in the evolution of global capitalism. But its novelty is not generally understood.