Contents: Section 4: Main career - Section 5: Other organisations and activities to which Richard Hoggart has contributed - Section 6: References to Richard Hoggart by others on general topics - Section 7: Personal correspondence - Section 8: Miscellaneous material - Section 9: Literature reference files - Section 10: Audio and video recordings - Section 11: Photographs.
|Statement||arranged and listed by Lawrence Aspden. Vol.2.|
|Contributions||Aspden, Lawrence C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129-307 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Richard Rodriguez utilized Richard Hoggart's essay "The Scholarship Boy" in order to describe the kind of student that he was. In Rodriguez essay, he uses several examples from Richard Hoggart's book, "The Uses of Literacy" to make a clear meaning of the term "scholarship boy" and what it did to change his life. The collection comprises a substantial part of the personal and working papers, manuscripts and associated correspondence relating to the life and work of Richard Hoggart, university teacher and professor of English literature and cultural studies, academic administrator, writer, broadcaster, literary critic, cultural analyst and international civil servant, whose work has . Abstract. It is widely recognized that, without Richard Hoggart, there would have been no Centre for cultural studies. It is not always so widely acknowledged that without The Uses of Literacy there would have been no cultural studies. In an early text, I called it one of cultural studies’ three ‘founding texts’ (Hall, ), and this is an opportunity to expand further on that by:
Richard Hoggart is one of the leading thinkers and cultural critics in the twentieth century. To mark the acquisition of his papers by the Sheffield University Library, we are holding a conference from April, This marvellous research resource contains over fifty years' worth of Richard Hoggart's papers, including typescripts. IN APRIL the University of Sheffield hosted an international conference on the life and works of Richard Hoggart. Hoggart's reputation was established by The Uses of Literacy (first published in ; Penguin edition, ) – although an earlier book on Auden () had been well received – and a successful academic and public career followed, which Cited by: 1. The Uses of Literacy is a book written by Richard Hoggart and published in , examining the influence of mass media in the United Kingdom. The book has been described as a key influence in the history of English and media studies and in the founding of cultural studies. Richard Rodriguez, "The Achievement of Desire": Analysis. Imagination” In his essay, “The Achievement of Desire,” Richard Rodriguez informs readers that he was a scholarship boy throughout his educational career. He uses his own personal experiences, as well as Richard Hoggart’s definition of the “scholarship boy,” to describe himself as someone who constantly .
The Richard Hoggart Papers (University of Sheffield Library MS ). A Catalogue CONTENTS Page Volume 1 Foreword iii Collection-level description iv Section 1. Autobiography 1 Section 2. Biography 17 Section 3. General publications and works by Richard Hoggart 33 Volume 2. In this new collection of essays, a range of established and emerging cultural critics re-evaluate Richard Hoggart's contribution to the history of ideas and to the discipline of Cultural Studies. They examine Hoggart's legacy, identifying his widespread influence, tracing continuities and complexities, and affirming his importance. of Richard Hoggart's papers, including typescripts, correspondence, taped broadcasts and a great deal of other material. There will be a special exhibition from the Hoggart archive to coincide with the conference and an inauguration ceremony. Richard Hoggart himself will be the keynote speaker, either in person or on a specially commissioned film. Abstract. It is difficult today to grasp the impact the publication of Richard Hoggart’s The Uses of Literacy () had on the intellectual world of the late s. What is clear, however, is that the book itself and the knowledge movement of which it formed an initial component have had an enormous effect on the way many scholars understand the world of human social : Richard E. Lee.