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Author Archives: Conspiracy Democracy

Conspiracy Theories and Antisemitism

Presentation to the All-Party Parliamentary Group against Antisemitism, Palace of Westminster, 19 June 2018. Richard J. Evans For the past five years I’ve been Principal Investigator on the research project “Conspiracy and Democracy”, funded by the Leverhulme Trust. I have two co-investigators, John Naughton and David Runciman, and we have employed at one time or […]

22 June 2018
Workshop “Populists and Technocrats: open antagonisms, hidden affinities”

A workshop on “Populists and technocrats: open antagonisms, hidden affinities”, co-convened by Conspiracy and Democracy project researchers Dr. Tanya Filer and Dr. McKenzie McHarg, is one of four to have been selected from across the University for collaboration with the Philomathia Forum in 2017. The Philomathia Forum is a vital part of the Philomathia Social […]

1 February 2017