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How the Other Half Lives

whole rightward shift of the political spectrum . . .' ('The Great Moving Right Show'1 Stuart Hall) I find myself in a curious position in the midst of the debates taking place within the Left overEd Stuart Hall and Martin Jacques The Politics of Thatcherismaffairs, comfortably consistent with Victorian values after all; on the other hand they publicly mobilise, in Stuart Hall's phrase, 'authoritarian populism'
Marxism Today April 1984

The Drift to Law and Order

practice of discipline in attitudes, behaviour and choices in the home, the streets and the workplace. Stuart Hall and others have described the way that the first has broadened into the second as 'legitimatingSociety, 12 June 1980. Robert Mark, In the Office of Constable, p 255. 3 Stuart Hall, Chas Critcher, Tony Jefferson, John Clarke, Brian Roberts, Policing the Crisis, p 278. "Speech to NACRO conference, 15 JulyE P Thompson 'The Secret State' in Writing by Candlelight 1980. Stuart Hall, Drifting into the Law and Order Society. 7 Committee of Inquiry into the United Kingdom Prison Services
Marxism Today October 1980

Thatcherism - a new stage?

Tories, not through spontaneity, but by the step by step development of the struggle. May 14 Stuart Hall, in his contribution to this discussion, emphasised the need for a counter-hegemonic strategy to matchaggressive individualism. In the popular imagination socialism has been dubbed 'passive, coercive and corporatist' and as Stuart Hall points out, this is the vision of socialism adopted by many sections of the Left. He statespopular acceptance of cuts. We need to ask why people do not value the public services. Stuart Hall comments in his article on the bureaucratic, corporatist nature of public services which are not accessible
Marxism Today July 1980

The new Conservatism and the old

Fashioned by tough-minded political savants and intellectuals for the new world that is post-welfare britain, — thriving, lively, realistic, with its feet firmly planted in the political middleground, its fingers on the pulse of the expanding middle classes, its winning smile on the faces of the "new men of power" and future safe behind the glass doors of the giant oligopolies—the "new conservatism" offered itself as a going concern with a gilt-edged future, a safe investment for the politically .uncommitted. The new middle class recruits to the party are the most aggressively nationalist; the defenders of capital the limited revolution the welfare state—with its three punishment promote defence cuts: the advocates of bipartisanship, turn main planks, social security, income out, under pressure, to be militantly redistribution and nationalization— anti-american.
Universities & Left Review Spring 1957 vol 1 no 1

New Left and New Labour: Modernisation or a New Modernity?

parental' role in shaping the upbringing and development of the latter (Guardian, 9.9.98), while Stuart Hall has 14communities, as well as the resulting changes in the relationship between class and politics. Stuart Hall, for example, writing over forty years 9. R. Hoggart, The Uses of Literacy, Penguin 1957, pp342
Soundings Issue 13, Autumn 1999

Not such tolerant times

sure that the current generation of black British youth is as comfortable as Stuart Hall recently suggested, in just 'going on being black and being British'.16 These observations are not necessarily new; in recent16. Stuart Hall's keynote address at the 'Frontlines Backyards' conference held at the Institute of Education on 6 December
Soundings soundings issue 6 Summer 1997

Not Such Tolerant Times

sure that the current generation of black British youth is as comfortable as Stuart Hall recently suggested, in just 'going on being black and being British'.16 These observations are not necessarily new; in recent16. Stuart Hall's keynote address at the 'Frontlines Backyards' conference held at the Institute of Education on 6 December
Soundings Issue 6, Summer 1997

The Reading Of A Decade

first used by Stuart Hall in Marxism Today to define the new turn in political strategy and ideology that was taking place on the right in the late 70s. Stuart Hall's seminal article
Marxism Today May 1989

Being Gay: Politics, Identity, Pleasure

obscured histories of Black, lesbian, and gay, and women's movements reappear in new political formations? Stuart Hall stands at the forefront of recent discussions of 'New Times', the Communist Party's initiative to transformpossible to see how people (rather than 'the people') have been making a reentry into politics. Stuart Hall and David Held have drawn attention to the internal diversity of that orthodox Marxist predication: 'the people
New Formations Number 9 Winter 1989

Letter to our Readers

Pancras Town Hall, the ' New Left Review' will be launched. There will be a bran-tub full of speakers; we can't be sure what you will draw, but probably Stuart Hall, the Editoryour pockets. Those who are mean enough to come without money will be locked in the Town Hall crypt until they have signed I.O.U.s. Any London readers who think that they will be cleverfirst number, we hope, before Christmas). It will have - at last -- a full-time Editor, in Stuart Hall. It will draw upon the combined resources, goodwill and illwill, of both journals. And the two editorial
New Reasoner Autumn 1959 issue 10

All in the same boat?

identification can change, but also how coming to Britain has produced particular ways of naming. As Stuart Hall notes, cultural identity, 'is a matter of "becoming" as well as of "being". It belongsoth Lamming and Hall alert us to the ways in which current labels which demarcate the borders of belonging are also1. Stuart Hall, 'Cultural Identity and Diaspora', in Jonathan Rutherford (ed.), Identity Community, Culture, Difference, Lawrence and Wishart, London
Soundings soundings issue 10 Autumn 1998

All in the Same Boat?

identification can change, but also how coming to Britain has produced particular ways of naming. As Stuart Hall notes, cultural identity, 'is a matter of "becoming" as well as of "being". It belongsoth Lamming and Hall alert us to the ways in which current labels which demarcate the borders of belonging are also1. Stuart Hall, 'Cultural Identity and Diaspora', in Jonathan Rutherford (ed.), Identity Community, Culture, Difference, Lawrence and Wishart, London
Soundings Issue 10, Autumn 1997

Notes on Contributors

Stuart Hall Doreen Massey Michael RustinPart II Heroes and Heroines Introduction: Who dares, fails Stuart Hall An Impossible Heroine? Mary Wollstonecraft and female heroism Barbara Taylor Heroes and Mother's Boys Jonathan Rutherford
Soundings Issue 3, Summer 1996

World Of Difference - book review

moral and political consensus based on a full recognition of autonomous groups and their distinct concerns. Andrea Stuart and Pratibha Parmar distinguish different forms of feminism and trace their distinct genealogies and political linkages. KobenaSimon Watney analyses the politics of identity in the context of Aids. Homi Bhabha and Stuart Hall go deeper and raise important theoretical issues. In an occasionally dense but perceptive essay Bhabha rightly challengesidentity as an inherently open and fluid process of self-conscious identification with groups and movements. Stuart Hall, whose presence shadows almost all the earlier pieces, explores the agony and the dilemmas involved
Marxism Today July 1990

The Windrush issue Postscript

The Windrush issue Postscript Stuart Hall The 'Windrush' file collected here by Gail Lewis and Lola Young, with its varied styles, voices and genres, seems
Soundings soundings issue 10 Autumn 1998

Metisse Narratives

nation, ethnicity, region, and class, among others; and one, of course, which ignores inter-racial collaborations. Stuart Hall's definition of cultural identity dovetails with this fluid notion of identities: Cultural identity...is a matterStuart Hall, 'Cultural Identity and Diaspora', in Rutherford (ed), Identity, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1990, 225. 109
Soundings soundings issue 5 Spring 1997

Uncomfortable times

Uncomfortable times Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey, Michael Rustin
Soundings soundings issue 1 Autumn 1995

Lay Down Your Weary Tune; The Left And The Cultural Politics Of Aids

values and boundaries with the full authority of 'science', and excluding whole population groups from what Stuart Hall has described as 'the imaginary community of the nation'. 5 It is 'the nation' that consequently emergeswith a shopping-list of political demands folded into her or his back-pocket. To quote Stuart Hall, 'Politics must construct the meanings and deliver the group to the slogans, not assume that the group
New Formations Number 10 Spring 1990

Rank and File Building Workers Movements 1910-20

with respect to the base; even though the economy determines in the last instance. See also, Stuart Hall, Bob Lumley and Gregor McLennan, 'Politics and Ideology: Gramsci's Working Papers in Cultural Studies 10/On Ideologyforces within specific con¬ junctures'—also 'cut across the simple topographical model of base and superstructure' (Stuart Hall, at al., 'Politics and Ideology: Gramsci', p.47 and p.71
Socialist History Society Pamphlets Rank and File Building Workers Movements 1910-20

The politics of emigration

fresh material. It is threatened by lack of money. Can you come to our aid? STUART HALL GABRIEL PEARSON RODERICK PRINCE RALPH SAMUEL CHARLES TAYLOR Donations should be made payable to Universities and Left ReviewTwo louder boos After Stuart Hall's comments on the unpleasant contemporary significance of George Scott's autobiography, Time and Place, I was very
Universities & Left Review Summer 1957 vol 1 no 2

THE BIG SWIPE

THE BIG SWIPE Stuart Hall Some comments on the "Classlessness Controversy'
Universities & Left Review Autumn 1959 issue 7

Absolute Beginnings

Absolute Beginnings Stuart Hall Reflections on The Secondary Modern Generation
Universities & Left Review Autumn 1959 issue 7

Politics of Adolescence?

Politics of Adolescence? Stuart Hall HEN we put Roger Mayne's photograph of a young W "teddy boy" and his girl friend on the cover of ULR 4, everybody
Universities & Left Review Spring 1959 issue 6

A Sense of Classlessness

A Sense of Classlessness Stuart Hall
Universities & Left Review Autumn 1958 issue 5

Inside the Whale Again?

Inside the Whale Again? Stuart Hall An introduction to the Documents on Commitment
Universities & Left Review Summer 1958 issue 4