Diasporic walking sticks by Yasmin Gunaratnam

In the cultural realm, we rarely talk about failing bodies, dialysis and dependency. Stuart Hall is one of those who did. Following him, what might it take to create new cultural resources from which to bring post-colonial debility and its histories into the cultural imagination? From the recent obituaries and tributes paid to Stuart Hall, … More Diasporic walking sticks by Yasmin Gunaratnam

Meeting Stuart Hall’s Voice by Nirmal Puwar

Stuart Hall’s signature image is perhaps the way in which he worked an audience with his accessible and in-depth sharp intellectual analysis, often with vital specks of humour here and there. Stuart Hall’s voice and ideas first engaged me as a teenager in the early hours of the morning. In the British front room, on … More Meeting Stuart Hall’s Voice by Nirmal Puwar