Recordings now available from CRASSH showcase event

Revisit the showcase of work from the project Conspiracy and Democracy: History, Political Theory and the Internet led by Professor Sir Richard Evans, Professor John Naughton and Professor David Runciman.

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Recordings are now available from the final showcase of work undertaken during the five-year Leverhulme Trust-funded project Conspiracy and Democracy. Led by Professor Sir Richard Evans, Professor John Naughton and Professor David Runciman, the project asked big questions of a big topic at a time when discourses around conspiracy and democracy have become mainstream. The event highlighted some of the answers to these questions, explored trends in contemporary conspiracy theories, and launched the results of a poll conducted by YouGov. Bringing together researchers who have worked on the project, the event showcased research findings and outputs.

Listen to the recordings and find out more about the project on the CRASSH website.

Professor David Runciman will be giving a talk in October at Wolfson, How do democracies change? as part of the Festival of Ideas.