By S. Owen
During this new number of essays, a variety of established and emerging cultural critics re-examine Richard Hoggart's contribution to the heritage of principles and to the self-discipline of Cultural reviews. They learn Hoggart's legacy, choosing his frequent impression, tracing continuities and complexities, and putting forward his significance.
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In his later reflections, Hoggart has always insisted that he did not share the cultural pessimism of those commentators who wrote in the style of Eliot and Leavis, and it is certainly true that once he was given, from the end of the 1950s onwards, a prominent public platform from which to pronounce on such matters, his was a valuable voice arguing for a more discriminating assessment of contemporary social change than, as he put it in 1965, either ‘a self-indulgent nostalgia or a brash band-waggonning’.
Richard Hoggart and Cultural Studies by S. Owen