'Working from the Symptom’: Stuart Hall’s Political Writing
Rustin, M. 2007. 'Working from the Symptom’: Stuart Hall’s Political Writing. in: Meeks, Brian (ed.) Culture Politics Race and Diaspora: the Thought of Stuart Hall Kingston, Jamaica Ian Randle Publishers.
This chapter discusses the political writing of Stuart Hall. It asserts that there is a gap between everyday political practice, and the academic study of politics. A gap which is reinforced by the rewards attached to specialised academic production in contrast to writing for general publics. It discusses the way in which the political writing of Stuart Hall bridges the gap by focussing on neither particular events, nor abstract models alone, but rather the connections between them. It asserts that Stuart Hall has highlighted the experiences of millions of people through his writing on Caribbean Diaspora improving British academic, cultural and political life by his efforts.
|Keywords||Stuart Hall; political writing; migration; Caribbean Diaspora; Britain; United Kingdom; postcolonial intellectual; left wing politics|
|Book title||Culture Politics Race and Diaspora: the Thought of Stuart Hall|
|Publisher||Ian Randle Publishers|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||29 Oct 2009|
|Place of publication||Kingston, Jamaica|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10552/359|
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