Stuart Hall
The Making of a “Post-Colonial” Sociologist
in The Pan-African Pantheon
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This chapter analyses Jamaican sociologist and cultural theorist, Stuart Hall, who was one of the pioneers of the “Birmingham School of Cultural Studies”. She assesses how Hall incorporated issues of race, gender, and hegemony into cultural studies, and how culture, race, and ethnicity contributed to creating the politics of Black Diasporic identities.

Editor: Adekeye Adebajo


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