Stuart Hall and his colleagues at Soundings journal are among the reasons we started the Taking Soundings events in Leeds. We mourn his passing. A collection of recent testimonies to his life and work are clustered here
Gregor McLellan’s article explains the range and depth of Stuart’s thinking very well indeed. Read it here
Another tribute here concentrating on Stuart’s role at Birmingham University
Brian Meeks, Rupert Lewis and Anthony Bogues have contributed this tribute from the Centre for Caribbean Thought
Here’s another important tribute from Ben Carrington
And here is Gary Younge’s
And here are three brief academic voices in the HE newspaper
And another one, from Annie Paul, which includes lots more photos and an interview in which Annie and Stuart discuss painting
And this is Lawrence Grossberg’s, which reminds us of an important part of Stuart’s political methodology: ‘relations’
“My story begins by recognizing that every single moment of Stuart’s career was about a commitment to relations and the new forms of intellectual and political work that commitment entailed. Key words like collaboration and conversation, and key elements like generosity and humility, are a tangible part of his legacy.
David Edgar’s brief remarks in the IRR newsletter can be accessed here
Ben Carrington has written another tribute concentrating on Stuart’s sociology – read it here
Robin Blackburn’s tribute is here
At today’s count (21.2.2014) 38 essays about Stuart are gathered at the Lawrence & Wishart page for Stuart Hall here It includes most of those listed above.