6th Annual Stuart Hall Public Conversation

11 Feb 2023

Regular hours

Sat, 11 Feb
15:00 – 17:30

Cost of entry

Tickets are now on sale and cost £20 full / £15 concession / £10 online.

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Conway Hall

London, United Kingdom


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  • 98, 19, 38, 55, 243
  • Holborn, Chancery Lane, Russell Square
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The Stuart Hall Foundation welcomes renowned public intellectual Jacqueline Rose for their 6th Annual Public Conversation, inviting us to think about the connections between politics and the psyche. Following her keynote ‘What is a Subject? Politics and Psyche After Stuart  Hall’, Jacqueline will be joined for an in-depth discussion with clinical psychologist Sharon Numa. The event will include an audience Q&A.

Jacqueline Rose is internationally known as a public intellectual for her writing on feminism, literature and psychoanalysis, South Africa and Israel/Palestine. She is Professor of Humanities and co-director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, University of London. A regular contributor to The London Review of Books and The Guardian, her books include Sexuality in the Field of Vision and The Last Resistance (both published in the series Verso Radical Thinkers), The Haunting of Sylvia PlathStates of FantasyThe Question of ZionWomen in Dark TimesMothers – an essay on love and cruelty, and On Violence and On Violence Against WomenThe Plague – Living Death in Our Times will be published in the UK next Spring by Fitzcarraldo. She is a co-founder of Independent Jewish Voices in the UK, a Fellow of the British Academy and of The Royal Literary Society.

The Stuart Hall Foundation was established in 2015 by Professor Stuart Hall’s family, friends and colleagues. The Foundation is committed to public education, addressing urgent questions of race and inequality in culture and society through talks and events, and building a growing net-work of Stuart Hall Foundation scholars and artists in residence.

This event will be held with an in-person audience at Conway Hall and online via livestream. Everyone wishing to join this event must register for a ticket in advance. Live online captions and BSL interpretation will be available. For any additional access information, please contact us on

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