Propaganda and the Everyday 2022 was a 100% online, free, and open to all Summer event in which we investigated incidences of propaganda that often unnoticeably, perniciously seep into everyday life.
From the event description:
What is propaganda? What isn’t? Does it even matter? This course aims to support participants in getting a better grip on how propaganda operates in people’s everyday lives. We’ll reflect on some of the key questions that the production, circulation and reception of propagandist material raises. Think: issues about freedom, persuasion, trust, (mis)information and vulnerability. Over the course of the week, we will build a propaganda analysis ‘toolkit’ to apply our insights to concrete cases.
All lectures can be viewed on youtube.
Additional resources can be accessed on the Propaganda and the Everyday website.