A series of BBC podcasts on the origins, history, and growth of QAnon.
Christopher Rowland (University of Oxford) is interviewed by Catrin Williams and James Crossley about his career in the study of apocalypticism.
Britta Gullin on the complex causes and processes behind the violence involved in two events concerning two millenarian movements: Branch Davidians and Ordre du Temple Solaire.
Timothy Jenkins looks at Festinger's study of UFO belief and gendered relations among the movement.
Roundtable discussion on Artificial Intelligence with Beth Singler, Robert Geraci, Victoria Lorrimar, and Scott Midson, and hosted by Simon Robinson
Christopher Rowland discusses apocalyptic language and the Book of Revelation in the work of William Blake (1757-1827).
Susan Palmer looks at OTS/Solar Temple, MOVE/OnaMove, Oneida Community, Twelve Tribes, Doukhobors/Spirit Wrestlers, and Ecoovie, and discusses their attitudes towards children and violence.
From the CenSAMM files, three new podcasts for January 2022
Video-podcast on Rua Kēnana uploaded to the 'Apocalypse and Utopia, 1914-1945' symposium page
Two more video-podcasts from our 'Apocalypse and Utopia, 1914-1945' symposium have been uploaded...
The first two video-podcasts from our 'Apocalypse and Utopia, 1914-1945' symposium have been uploaded
New videos added to the 'Video Games and Religion: Apocalypse and Utopia' symposiuim page
The Video Games and Religion: Apocalypse and Utopia online symposium took place on 19 November 2020. Following the event, contributors were invited to provide brief videos/podcasts
New videos added to the Cold War and the End Times symposiuim page
Following the Cold War and the End Times symposium last month, a number of the contributors have provided brief summary video/podcasts of their papers.
A podcast discussion with Damian Cyrocki on the Mariavites.
Lecture by James Crossley on John Ball and the 1381 'Peasants' Revolt'.
The philosopher John Gray discusses the persistence of end-time beliefs.
An interview with Sean Durbin, author of Righteous Gentiles: Religion, Identity and Myth in John Hagee's Christians United for Israel (Brill, 2018).
The latest edition of BBC Radio program "In Our Time" discusses "The Rapture".
A podcast discussion of Zinzendorf, the Moravian Brethren and apocalypticism, featuring Christina Petterson.
A podcast discussion of the Nation of Islam and apocalypticism, featuring Herb Berg.
A podcast discussion of Christian origins, with a particular focus on the Gospel of Matthew and 'Q'. Featuring Erin Roberts and Sarah Rollens.