This August, Pitzer’s new students moved into their dorm rooms and set out on orientation adventures to kick off what President Melvin L. Oliver called “an exciting year of growth and discovery.”
This joint exhibition by Pitzer College Art Galleries and LACE opened in September as part of the Getty-led Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative. The exhibition explored the works of Chilean-born artist Juan Downey.
Author and podcaster Matthew Dentith examines the case for treating conspiracy theories seriously and investigating them.
Rutgers University Professor Jack Bratich takes a critical approach to conspiracy theories at the crossroads of popular and political culture.
University of Pennsylvania Professor John L. Jackson, Jr. examines racial and class-based differences in contemporary urban environments.
University of Miami Professor Joseph Uscinski highlights his analysis of more than a hundred years of data taken from newspapers, surveys and the internet.
University of Texas Professor Lee Basham studies the information hierarchy where a few control what most believe.
Author and UC Davis Professor Kathryn Olmsted researches the influence of anticommunism on American politics and policy.
Journalists Ben Collins of The Daily Beast and Nick Schou of the OC Weekly talk about recent conspiracy theories.
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