Stuart Hall (1932-2014) was one of the most prominent and influential cultural theorists and public intellectuals of his generation. This collection celebrates his legacy, bringing together Hall’s own works with others’ critiques, analyses, and discussions of his ideas. It includes books in the series Stuart Hall: Selected Writings, ranging from Hall’s essential political writings to foundational cultural studies lectures to his memoir Familiar Stranger. This list also contains issues of South Atlantic Quarterly and Small Axe that center on Hall’s work, David Scott’s collection of letters to Hall in the wake of his death, and cultural studies works that credit Hall as a major influence. Hall’s impact continues to reverberate not only in cultural studies but also in Caribbean studies, postcolonial studies, and political theory, and followers of his work will find insight into his life and legacy in these books and journals.