The Propaganda and the Everyday 2022 Summer School, organised by EV postdoc Chris Meyns, took place on 20–24 June.
All the lectures from the event can be watched freely online.
Additional resources, including a propaganda analysis toolkit and further readings, are available for download from the Propaganda and the Everyday website.
The focus of Propaganda and the Everyday is collaboratively to get a better grip on how propaganda operates in our everyday lives. It reflects 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. A propaganda analysis ‘toolkit’ can be used to apply theoretical insights to concrete cases.