Film Screening: The Stuart Hall Project
15 October 2019, 18:00 to 20:00 Please note: this event has passed
Strand Campus, London
Film Screening collaboration between King's Minorities and Philosophy and the Philosophy Society, followed by a discussion.
For Black History Month, King's Philosophy Society and Minorities and Philosophy will be screening The Stuart Hall Project. The film is about the cultural theorist and political activist Stuart Hall who was born in Jamaica and came to the UK for university as part of the Windrush generation.
A person’s culture is something that is often described as fixed or defined and rooted in a particular region, nation, or state. Stuart Hall, one of the most preeminent intellectuals on the Left in Britain, updates this definition as he eloquently theorizes that cultural identity is fluid—always morphing and stretching toward possibility but also constantly experiencing nostalgia for a past that can never be revisited." – British Film Council
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