“If Everyone is a Conspiracy Theorist, is Anyone?: Trumpism, Mutually Assured Disqualification, and Communications Warfare”
Associate Professor of Journalism & Media Studies, School of Communication & Media, Rutgers University
Jack Bratich is author of Conspiracy Panics: Political Rationality and Popular Culture, as well as co-editor of Foucault, Cultural Studies, and Governmentality, (with Cameron McCarthy and Jeremy Packer, 2003). He takes a critical approach to the intersection of popular culture and political culture and studies media culture as an intersection of power, knowledge, and subjectivity.