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English Radicalism in the Twentieth CenturyA Distinctive Politics?$
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Richard Taylor

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781784993191

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.7765/9781526151308

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Stuart Hall

Stuart Hall

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English Radicalism in the Twentieth Century
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Richard Taylor

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DOI:10.7765/9781526151308.00014

Hall was born and brought up in Jamaica and came to England – to Oxford University – in late adolescence. Although he settled in England and married an English woman (a fellow academic), he retained his Jamaican, ‘colonial’ identity. Nevertheless, he made several crucial contributions to English radicalism. He was a key figure in the New Left, articulating a theorised cultural perspective; a leading policy strategist in CND; arguably, a founder of cultural studies as an academic discipline; a theorist and analyst of race, racism and the legacy of colonialism in English culture; and a leading figure in the revisionist analysis of traditional labourism, along with Eric Hobsbawm and the journal Marxism Today. In all these contexts, Hall was a distinctive voice in twentieth-century English radicalism.

Keywords:   cultural studies, race, peace, New Left, socialist revisionism

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