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Apocalypse Pending: Religion, Politics, and Social Media (Oct. 20th)

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A panel discussion with speakers Stephanie McCurry (Columbia University) and Brandy Zadrozny (journalist), moderated by Matthew Jones (Columbia University).

October 20th, 2 PM (Eastern Time)

“Apocalypse Pending: Religion, Politics, and Social Media” explores the growing popularity of conspiracy thinking in our current moment and its place in the history of millenarian movements, particularly in the US context. It considers how new media technologies have made it possible for the dissemination of such thinking on a scale unimaginable in the past, how the moral panic it generates is impacting social and political life worldwide, and whether there are measures available to control its spread or mitigate its effects.

Sponsored by The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, The Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life, The Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Committee on Global Thought, Columbia Global Centers, and the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought.

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Oct 20, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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