KUT » Stuart Hall: In Conversations
By Ben Carrington & Rebecca McInroy
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Explore the life, work and legacy of a thinker that some call the last of the great public intellectuals and a figure widely credited with being the founder of cultural studies: this man is Stuart Hall. Through conversations with his former students, colleagues, and friends, we’ll seek to better understand this seminal writer and academic.
||CleanThe Documentary (EP. 8)||Stuart Hall: In Conversations revisits the life and work of the Jamaican-born cultural theorist, Stuart Hall, a key figure in the foundation of the field of Cultural Studies. Through interviews, music, and audio archives,||3/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanStuart Hall Live (Ep. 7)||Listen back to our Views and Brews discussion from December 13, 2016 with KUT’s Rebecca McInroy, along with sociologist Ben Carrington, art historian Cherise Smith, and journalist Steven Thrasher of The Guardian.||2/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRoderick Ferguson (Ep. 6)||In this interview, Ben Carrington, Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin, interviews Roderick Ferguson, Professor of African American and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago,||1/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSteven Thrasher (Ep. 5)||Steven Thrasher is a writer for the guardian and a PhD student in American Studies at New York University. In this conversation with University of Texas Sociology Professor Ben Carrington, Thrasher discusses his first encounter with Stuart Hall’s work||1/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanImani Perry (Ep. 4).||Imani Perry is a Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. In this conversation with University of Texas Sociology Professor Ben Carrington, Perry discusses Hall’s work as foundational for her own intellectual trajectory as a cult||12/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSuzanne Moore (Ep. 3)||In her interview with University of Texas Professor Ben Carrington, Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore reflects on her experience with Stuart Hall while she wrote for Marxism Today, a British political magazine published under the editorship of Martin J||11/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGary Younge (Ep. 2)||In his interview with Gary Younge, editor at large for The Guardian, UT Austin Professor Ben Carrington begins with a reflection on Younge’s article following Stuart Hall’s passing entitled, “Stuart Hall: A Class Warrior and a Class Act.||11/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLes Back (Ep. 1)||Situated on Goldsmiths, University of London campus, this conversation between Ben Carrington, Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin and Les Back, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmith’s, University of London,||10/27/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
This is an amazing podcast I randomly discovered this podcast, because I was looking for podcasts on Stuart Hall and this came up. I study Culture and Literary Analysis and Stuart Hall's work is a big part of my of what I study. This podcast is so beautifully done, it seems it could go on and that the last podcast is missing. I do hope it will be added though I do like the podcast with the panel. And I also hope there will be a 2nd edition with more interviews :) It's such a joy to listen to people who actually knew Stuart Hall and discover so much of his work I hadn't learned about yet at school and also other of his works to read. The voices of the radio host and guests are a joy to listen to. I do hope they continue making more wonderful podcasts. I love this. Thank you so much 🙏🏿