7 Feb 2024 17:30 - 19:00 McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge


Women and Conspiracy: Experiments with Paranoid Knowledges
Professor Clare Birchall (King’s College London)

Clare Birchall is Professor of Contemporary Culture at King’s College London. She is the co-author of Conspiracy Theories in the Time of Covid-19 and the author of Radical Secrecy: The Ends of Transparency in Datafied America and Knowledge Goes Pop: From Conspiracy Theory to Gossip. She leads REDACT, a European-wide research project exploring conspiracy theories and digitalisation, and is an investigator on the AHRC funded research project ‘Everything is Connected’.

The Boutwood Lectures
Marking 40 Years On • Women of Corpus

The Boutwood Lectures in Lent Term 2024 mark forty years since Corpus Christi first admitted women as undergraduates. Three leading academics have been invited to deliver lectures exploring the future from the perspective of their research, and in relation to issues of public concern, specifically those of justice, diversity, inclusion, discrimination, and freedom.

Other talks in this series

The Next Billion Users: Internet Justice and the Global South – 24 January 2024
Professor Payal Arora (Utrecht University)

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The Future of Reproduction – 13 March 2024
Professor Sarah Franklin (University of Cambridge)

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Please note this event is organised by Corpus Christi College. For more information, visit corpus.cam.ac.uk/events

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