Stuart Hall (1932–2014) is widely acknowledged as one of the foremost cultural theorists and public intellectuals of the late twentieth century. Though circulated, read, and taught for decades, Hall's seminal essays are widely dispersed, with many pieces out of print or difficult to find. Stuart Hall: Selected Writings brings together Hall's well-known works with previously unpublished ones to create a portrait of his wide-ranging intellectual and political investments. The volumes in the series, which include Hall's memoir, are edited by major scholars and organized thematically, covering topics ranging from race, photography, and Marxism to the Caribbean, popular culture, and British politics. With this series, Duke University Press is the official home for the writings of Stuart Hall.