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A
Working Bibliography:
Writings
of Stuart Hall
1960
&dquo;SeIjeant Musgraves Dance,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no.
1, pp.
50-51 1
&dquo;Crosland
Territory,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no.
2, pp.
2-4
&dquo;Crowther in Cold
Storage,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no.
3, pp.
59-60
&dquo;Lady Chatterleys Lover,&dquo; New Left Review, no. 6, pp.
32-36
1961
&dquo;Student Journals,&dquo; New
Left Review, no.
7, pp.
50-51
&dquo;The New
Frontier,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no. 8, pp.
47-48
(with
N.
Fruchter)
&dquo;Notes on the Cuban
Dilemma,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no.
9,
pp.
2-11 1
(with
P.
Anderson)
&dquo;Politics of the Common Market,&dquo; New
Left Review,
no.
10,
pp.
1-15
1964
(with
P.
Whannel)
The
Popular Arts, London:
Hutchinson;
and Boston:
Beacon Press
1969
&dquo;The
Hippies,
an American
Moment,&dquo;
in J.
Nagel (ed.),
Student
Power,
London:
Merlin Press
&dquo;Popular
Press and Social
Change,&dquo;
Rowniree
Report
1970
&dquo;A World at One with
Itself,&dquo;
New
Society,
no.
403, pp.
1056-58
&dquo;Leisure,
Entertainment and Mass Communication,&dquo; Society
and
Lei3ure,
no.
2,
pp.
28 ~7
1971
&dquo;Introduction,&dquo; &dquo;Response
to
People
and
Culture,&dquo; Working Papers
in Cultural
Staedies,
no. 1, pp. 5-7, pp.
-97-102
&dquo;Life and Death of Picture Post,&dquo; Cambridge Review,
vol.
92, no. 2201
&dquo;Innovation and Decline in Cultural
Programming
on
Television,&dquo;
UNESCO
Report:
CCCS
1972
&dquo;The Social
Eye
of Picture Post,&dquo; Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no.
2,
pp.
71-120
&dquo;The Determination of News
Photographs,&dquo; Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no. 3, 53-88

&dquo;The Limitations of
Broadcasbng,&dquo; Listener,
vol. 16
&dquo;External/Internal Dialectic in
Broadcasting,&dquo;
in Fourth
Symposium
on
Broadcasting, Dept.
of Extra-Mural Studies, University
of Manchest~er
126
(with P.
Walton) &dquo;Introduction,&dquo; in P. Walton and S. Hall
(eds.), Situating Marx,
London: Human Context Books, pp.
1-6
1973
The Structured Communication of
Events,&dquo; in Obstacles to Communication
Symposium,
UNESCO
&dquo;Deviancy,
Politics and the
Media,&dquo; in M. McIntosh and P. Rock
(eds.),
Deviancy
and Social Corarol, London: Tavistock
&dquo;Encoding
and
Decoding
in the Media
Discourse,&dquo;
stencilled
paper
no.
7,
Birmingham:
CCCS
The Limitations of
Broadcasting,&dquo;
The Second Listener
Anthology
1974
&dquo;Marxs Notes on Method: A
Reading
of the 1857
Introduction,&dquo; Working
Papers
in Cultual
Studies,
no.
6, pp.
132-71 1
&dquo;Education and the Crisis of the Urban School,&dquo; in J.
Raynor (ed.),
Issues in
Urban Education, Milton
Keynes: Open University
Press
&dquo;Encoding
and
Decoding
in the Television
Discourse,&dquo;
Culture and
Education,
no.
25,
Council of
Europe, Strassburg
&dquo;Media Power: the Double Bind,&dquo;
Journal
of Communication,
vol. 24. no.
4,
pp.
19-26
(with
A.
Schuttleworth,
C.
Heck,
and A.
Lloyd)
&dquo;Television Violence:
Crime,
Drama and the
Analysis
of
Content,&dquo; Birmingham:
CCCS
&dquo;Encoding
and
Decoding,&dquo;
Broadcasters and the
Audience,
Venice
1975
The Structured Communication of
Events,&dquo; in
Getting
the
Message Across,
UNESCO: Paris
&dquo;Africa is Alive and Well and
Living
in the
Diaspora,&dquo;
UNESCO
Television as a Medium and Its Relation to
Culture,&dquo; Birmingham:
CCCS
(with
C.
Critcher,
J.
Clarke,
T. Jefferson and B.
Roberts) &dquo;Newsmaking
and
Crime,&dquo; stencilled
paper
no.
27, Birmingham:
CCCS
&dquo;Introduction,&dquo; to A. C. Smith, Paper
Voices: the
Popular
Press and Social
Change, 1935-1965, London: Chatto and Windus
1976
(with
J.
Clarke,
T. Jefferson and B.
Roberts) &dquo;Subcultures, Cultures and Class:
A Theoretical
Overview,&dquo; Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no.
7/8,
pp.
9-74
&dquo;Introduction,&dquo;
to D. Selboume, An
Eye
on
China,
London: Black Liberation Press
(with
T.
Jefferson) (eds.),
Resistance
through
Rituals: Youth Subcultures in
Post-War
Britain, (reproduction
of
Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no.
7/8)
London: Hutchinson
Television and
Culture,&dquo; Sight
and
Sound,
vol.
45,
no. 4
1977
(with
I. Connell and L
Carti)
&dquo;The
Unity
of Current Affairs Television,&dquo;
Working Papers
in Cultural Studies, no. 9, pp.
51-94
The Hinterland of Science:
Ideology
and the
Sociology
of
Knowledge,&dquo;
Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no.
10, pp.
9-32
(with
B.
Lumley
and G.
McLennan)
&dquo;Politics and
Ideology:
Gramsci,&dquo;
Working Papers
in Cultural Studies,
no.
10, pp.
45-76
&dquo;Culture,
the
Media,
and the
Ideological Effect,&dquo;
in J. Curran et al.
(eds.),
Mass Communication and
Society,
London: Edward Arnold, pp.
315-348
&dquo;Rethinking
the Base and
Superstructure Metaphor,&dquo;
in J. Bloomfield et al.
(eds.), Class, Hegemony
and
Party,
London: Lawrence and Wishart
127
&dquo;Journalism of the Air under Review,&dquo;
Journalism Studies Review, vol. 1, no.
1,
pp. 43-45
&dquo;The Political and the Economic in Marxist
Theory
of
Classes,&dquo; in A. Hunt
(ed.)
Class and Class
Structure,
London: Lawrence and Wishart, pp.
15-60
&dquo;A Critical
Survey
of the Theoretical and Practical Achievements of the Last Ten
Years,&dquo; in F. Barker,
et al.
(eds.) Literature, Society
and the
Sociology of
Literature, University
of Essex, pp.
1-7
1978
(with
B.
Lumley
and G.
McL,ennan) (eds.),
On
Ideology, (reproduction
of
Working Papers
in Cultural
Studies,
no.
10)
Hutchinson/CCCS
(with
C. Critcher, T. Jefferson,
J. Clarke and B.
Roberts) Policing
the Crlsu:
A~M~M~, ~
State, and Law and
Order,
London: Macmillan
(with
1.
Connell,
J. Curti, 1. Chambers and T.
Jefferson) &dquo;Reponse
to Rosalind
Coward,&dquo; Screen,
no. 4
&dquo;Marxism and Culture,&dquo; Radical
History Review,
no. 18, pp.
5-14
&dquo;The Treatment of Football
Hooliganism
in the
Press,&dquo;
in R.
Ingham (ed.),
Football
Hooligani.rm:
the Wider
Context, I,ondon: Int~er-Action
&dquo;Newspapers,
Politics and
Classes,&dquo;
in J. Curran
(ed.),
The British Press:
A
Mani,festo,
London: Macmillan
&dquo;Developments
in British Youth
Cultures,&dquo;
Hard Times
&dquo;Race and
Poverty,&dquo;
The Inner Cities
&dquo;The Television
Feuillepon
and the Domestication of the
World, Proceedings of
the Pri-Itilia
&dquo;The
Legislation
of
Consent,&dquo;
in Social
Legislation
in the 1960s
1979
&dquo;The Great
Moving Right Show,&dquo;
Marxism
Today, January,
14-20
&dquo;Some Problems with the
Ideology/Subject Couple4&dquo; Ideology
and
Consciousness, no. 3, pp.
113-121 1
1980
&dquo;Cultural Studies: Two
Paradigms,&dquo;
Media, Culture and
Society,
no.
2, pp.
57-72
&dquo;Popular-Democratic
vs.
Authoritarian-Populism:
Two
Ways
of
Taking
Democracy Seriously;
in A. Hunt
(ed.),
Marxism and
Democracy,
London:
Lawrence and
Wishart, pp.
157-85
&dquo;Cultural Studies and the Center. Some Problematics and
Problems,&dquo;
&dquo;Introduction to Media Studies at the
Center,&dquo; &dquo;Encoding/Decoding,&dquo;
and
&dquo;Recent
Development
in Theories of
Language
and
Ideology,&dquo;
in S. Hall,
D.
Hobson,
A.
Lowe,
and P. Wills
(eds.), Culture, Media, Language:
Working Papers
in Cultural Studies
(1972-1979), Hutchinson/CCCS,
pp. 15-47, 117-121, 128-138, 157-162
&dquo;Nicos Poulantzas:
State, Power, Socialism,&dquo;
New
Lefl Review,
no.
119, f0-69
&dquo;Drifting
into a Law and Order
Society,&dquo; (lecture published by)
London:
Cobstentrust
Thatcherism-A New
Stage?&dquo;
Masxum
Today, February, pp.
22-27
&dquo;Race, Articulation,
and
Societys
Structured in Dominance,&dquo; in
Sociological
Theories Race and
Colonialism,
Paris: UNESCO
&dquo;The Williamss
Interview,&dquo;
Screen
Education,
no. 34, pp.
94-104
1981
&dquo;Notes on
Deconstructing
the
Popular,&dquo;
in R. Samuel
(ed.), Peoples History
and Socialist
Theory,
London:
Routledge
and
Kegan Paul, pp.
227-240
&dquo;In Defense of
Theory,&dquo;
in R. Samuel
(ed.), Peoples History
and Socialist
Theory,
London:
Routledge
and
Kegan Paul, pp.
378-385
128
The Little Caesars of Social
Democracy,&dquo;
Marxism
Today, April, pp.
1 i-15
&dquo;Moving Right,&dquo;
Socialist
Review,
no.
55, pp.
113-137
&dquo;Schooling,
State and
Society,&dquo;
in R. Dale et al.
(eds.),
Fducation and State,
Volume 1:
Schooling
and National In.leresl. Sussex: Falmer Press, pp.
3-29
1982
&dquo;The
Rediscovery
of
Ideology;
Return of the
Repressed
in Media Studies,&dquo; in
M.
Gurevitch,
T.
Bennett, J.
Curran,
and S. Woollacott
(eds.), Culture,
Society,
and the Media, London:
Methuen, pp.
56-90
The Battle for Socialist Ideas in the 1980s,&dquo;
Socialist
Register
&dquo;A
Long Haul,&dquo;
Marxism
Today, November, pp.
16-21
&dquo;Redrawing
the
Map,&dquo; (discussion
with S. Aaronovitch and P.
Jenkins)
Marxism
Today, December, pp.
14-22
The
Empire
Strikes Back.&dquo;
New
Socialist, July/August
&dquo;Culture and the State,&dquo; in
Popular
Culture, the State and
Populcar Culture, no.
1,
block
7,
unit 28, Milton
Keynes: Open University
1983
&dquo;1he Problem of
Ideology-Mancism
without Guarantees,&dquo;
in B. Matthews
(ed.),
Marx 100 Years
On,
London: Lawrence and
Wishart, pp.
57-86
(with
M.
Jacques) &dquo;Introduction,&dquo;
in S. Hall and M.
Jacques (eds.),
The Politics
of Thatcheri.srn,
London: Lawrence and Wishart
&dquo;Punk in the UK: An Interview with Stuart
Hall,&dquo; &dquo; Shades, pp.
26-29
Whistling
in the
Void,&dquo;
New Socialist, May/June, pp.
8-12
1984
&dquo;Reconstruction
Work,&dquo; Ten-8,
no.
16, pp.
2-9
&dquo;The Culture
Gap,&dquo;
&dquo; Marxism
Today, January, pp.
18-23
The Narrative Construction of
Reality:
An Interview with Stuart
Hall,&dquo;
Southern Review, vol. 17, no. 1, pp.
3-17
&dquo;Thc State in
Question,&dquo;
in G.
Mclxnnan,
D. Held,
and S. Hall
(eds.),
The Idea
of the
Modern State, Milton
Keynes: Open University Press, pp.
1-28
&dquo;The Rise of the
Representative/Interventionist State,&dquo; in G. McLennan, D.
Held,
and S. Hall
(eds.),
State and
Society
in
Conlemporary Britair4
New York:
Polity Press, pp.
7-49
&dquo;Labours Love Still
Los4&dquo;
New
Socidist, January/February, pp.
7-9
&dquo;Face the
Future,&dquo;
New
Socialist, September, pp.
37-39
The Crisis of
Labourism.&dquo; in J. Curran
(ed.),
The Future
of the Lost. Cambridge:
Polity Press, 23-36
&dquo;Conjuring
Leviathan: Orwell on the State,&dquo;
in C. Norris
(ed.),
Inside the
Myth
--0rwell:
Views from
the
I,eft,
l~ondon: Lawrence and
Wishart, pp.
217-241
&dquo;Introduction,&dquo; Block
1; &dquo;Unpacking Orwell,&dquo;
Block 1, Unit
1;
&dquo;The State in
Question,&dquo;
Block 1, Unit 2;
&dquo;Introduction: the State and Civil
Society,
Block
3;
&dquo;The
Representative-Interventionist State,
1880s to 1920s,&dquo;
Block
3,
Unit
7; &dquo;Conclusion,&dquo;
Block 3, in
(Open University
Course
Blocks,
Course D, 209)
Tdie State and
Society,
Milton
Keynes:
The
Open
-
University
Press
?he State-5ocialisms Old Caretaker,&dquo; MarxismToday, January, pp.
15-19
1985
&dquo;Signification, Representation, Ideology:
Althusser and the Post-Structuralist
Debates,&dquo;
Critical Studies in Mass Communication,
vol.
2,
no.
2,
pp.
91-114
&dquo;Faith, Hope
or
Clarity,&dquo;
Marxism
Today, January, pp.
15-19
129
&dquo;Authoritarian
Populism:
A
Reply
to
Jessop
et
al,&dquo;
New
Left Review,
no.
151,
pp.
115-124
Realignment-For
What?&dquo; Marxism
Today, December, pp.
12-17
(with
Umberto
Eco)
&dquo;The Role of Intellectual is to Produce Crisis: A
Conversation,&dquo; Listener, May 16, pp.
14-16
&dquo;Cold, Comfort, Farm,&dquo;
New
Socialist, November, pp.
10-12
(with
Bill
Schwarz)
&dquo;State and
Society, 1880-1930,&dquo;
in M.
Langan
and B.
Schwarz
(eds.),
Crises in the British
State, 1880-1930,
London: Hutchinson,
pp.
7-32
&dquo;Religious Ideology
and Social Movement in
Jamaica,&dquo;
in R. Bocock and
K.
Thompson (eds.), Religion
and
Ideology,
Manchester
University Press,
pp.
269-296
1986
&dquo;Gramscis Relevance for the
Study
of Race and
Ethnicity,&dquo;
Journal
of
Communication
Inquiry,
vol.
10,
no. 2
&dquo;On Postmodernism and Articulation: An Interview with Stuart Hall,&dquo;
Journal
of
Communication
Inquiry,
vol.
10,
no. 2
&dquo;Variants of
Liberalism,&dquo;
in J. Donald and S. Hall
(eds.)
Politics and
Ideology,
Milton
Keynes: Open University Press, pp.
34-9
&dquo;Introduction&dquo; to W. F.
Haug, Cornrnodity
Aesthetics,
Ideology
and
Culture,
New York: International General
&dquo;Popular
Culture and the State&dquo; in T. Bennea, C. Mercer and J. Woollacott
(eds.),
Popular
Culture and Social
Relations,
Milton
Keynes: Open University,
pp.
~-49
(with
M.
Jacques) &dquo;People
Aid: A New Politics
Sweeps
the Land,&dquo; Marxism
Today, July, pp.
10-14
B.
Campbell,
S.
Hall,
et al.
(eds.)
Class and Politics
after Thatcherism,
Cambridge: Polity
Press
Forthcoming
.
Thatcherism and the Crisis
of
the
l,eft,
London: Verso
&dquo;The Toad in the Garden: Thatcherism
amongst
the
Theorists,&dquo;
and &dquo;Stuart Hall:
Question
and Answer,&dquo;in C. Nelson and L.
Grossberg (eds.),
Marxism and
the
Interpretation of Cultwe,
Urbana:
University
of Illinois Press
(with
J. Slack and L.
Grossberg)
Cultrrral
Studies,
London: Macmillan
Reproducing Ideologies,
London: Macmillan
&dquo;Introduction&dquo; to J.
Hargreves, Sports
and
Power,
New York. International General
&dquo;Introduction&dquo; to
Images of Blacks
on British
Television.,
London: British Film
Institute
&dquo;Representation
of
Gays
and Lesbians on
Television,&dquo;
in S.
Watney (ed.)
The
incomplete
nature
of
some
of
the entries, and
of
the
bibliography
as a whole,
is due to the
fact
that Hall has
published
in
very
diverse
places,
and I have
only
been able to consult sources available in this
country.
I wish to thank
Lm7y
Grossberg for
his
help.
Compiled by Kuan-Hsing
Chen