Articulating Inspiration: Remembering Stuart Hall
December 5th 2014
Full day event: 10am - 4pm
2101 Vari Hall - The Sociology Common Room
On February 10, 2014 renowned cultural theorist and sociologist Stuart Hall passed away, leaving behind a three decade-long legacy of critical thought. In theorizing and re-conceptualizing the meanings of the social and cultural Hall’s contributions widely extend throughout the fields of sociology, cultural studies, anti-racist theories and diaspora studies while also taking shape in activist practice surrounding the New Left.
By way of commemorating Hall’s life and work this full-day event will allow students and scholars at York to both discuss his scholarship and share the ways it continues to shape, inspire and interrupt how we approach our own work and lives.
Please join us for a day of reflection and discussion!
The event will proceed as follows:
10am-12pm: Passage Readings and Reflections by York Graduate Students; Roundtable Discussion of Hall’s Impact; reading of "Grieving Stuart Hall" by Dr. Andil Gosine
12pm-12:30pm: Presentations/Insights from the 2014 Stuart Hall International Conference,
Goldsmiths, University of London (Sociology Ph.D. student Sam Tecle)
12:30pm-1:30pm: Catered Lunch (Free)
1:30pm-3:30pm: Screening of the Documentary "The Stuart Hall Project" (Directed by John Akomfrah, 2013)
3:30pm-4pm: Post-Screening Discussion
**Please RSVP by December 1, 2014 to: email@example.com
“Articulating Inspiration: Remembering Stuart Hall” is generously supported by the Department of Sociology and The City Institute at York University (CITY)