The Intellectual Dark Web

The Intellectual Dark Web The Intellectual Dark Web (IDW) betegner en gruppe af akademikere, debattører og mediepersonligheder, som siden midten af 2010’erne har været toneangivende i den amerikanske kulturkamp, særligt i debatter om køn, race, identitet, videnskab og medier. IDW-medlemmers bidrag til den offentlige samtale sker fortrinsvist på digitale medieplatforme, herunder YouTube, podcasts og sociale […]

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