A tribute to Stuart Hall

@article{Dunn2014ATT,
  title={A tribute to Stuart Hall},
  author={Hopeton S. Dunn},
  journal={Critical Arts},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={757 - 758}
}
The passing of Stuart Hall (10 February 2014) marks a sad end of his majestic sojourn at the apex of critical scholarship in cultural studies, communication studies and sociology. The renowned Jamaican sociologist, cultural anthropologist and communications theorist died in the United Kingdom (UK) one week after his 82nd birthday. I had the pleasure of interacting with him both in the UK while I was a student there and in Jamaica on his occasional visits to the Caribbean Institute of Media and… 
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