Stuart Hall cause of death

Stuart Hall’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) February 3, 1932

Death Date February 10, 2014

Age of Death 82 years

Cause of Death Kidney Failure

Profession Novelist

The novelist Stuart Hall died at the age of 82. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Sociologist and cultural theorist whose influential works include Hard Road to Renewal (1988), Formations of Modernity (1992), and Questions of Cultural Identity (1996). He was also a founder of The Birmingham School of Cultural Studies and a frequent contributor to the leftist journal, Marxism Today.

He began his university career at Jamaica College and later attended Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship. In 1979, he began teaching sociology at Open University.

He served as president of the British Sociological Association in the late 1990s.

Personal Life

He grew up in Jamaica and relocated to England in the 1950s. He married University College London history professor, Catherine Hall.

He wrote multiple works discussing the theories of Karl Marx.

How did Stuart Hall die?

Hall retired from the Open University in 1997 and was a Professor Emeritus. British newspaper The Observer called him “one of the country’s leading cultural theorists”. Hall died on 10 February 2014, from complications following kidney failure a week after his eighty second birthday.