Lawrence Grossberg
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (USA)


Stuart Hall’s work on race cannot be separated from his work in cultural studies, and in particular, from his commitment to a radical contextualism. In this article, I argue that Stuart Hall’s work on race and racism in the context of his own long-standing commitment to a radically contextualist practice, and in particular, with the notion of historical specificity.

Keywords: Stuart Hall, Cultural Studies, radical contextualism, race, racism.