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In conversation with Shakuntala Banaji

Co-author of Social Media and Hate, Shakuntala Banaji joins Clive Nwonka to delve into the theoretical and practical intersections of misinformation and online hate speech in contemporary societies. Shakuntala discusses online and offline activism, the intellectual source that inspired her work, and the broader question of media and communication study and its relevance for the analysis of race and racism.

 

Trigger warning: reference to threat of sexual assault and violent imagery (12:45 – 13:05)

 

Transcript: www.ucl.ac.uk/racism-racialisation/transcript-conversation-shakuntala-banaji

 

This conversation was recorded on 15th March 2022


Speakers: Clive Nwonka, Lecturer in Film, Culture and Society at UCL’s Institute of Advanced Studies  // Shakuntala Banaji, Professor of Media, Culture and Social Change at LSE

Executive producer: Paul Gilroy

Producer: Kaissa Karhu

Editor: Amie Liebowitz and Kaissa Karhu


www.ucl.ac.uk/racism-racialisation/podcasts

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