| David Miller |
|Founder of||Organisation for Propaganda Studies, Powerbase, Spinwatch|
|Member of||Working Group on Syria Propaganda and Media|
|Interests|| • “Social power”|
• fake news
|Interest of||"Philip Cross"|
Not to be confused with the David Miller who was Finance Director of Aegis Defence Services.
The pro-Israel lobby and the University of Bristol might think that they have secured a major victory in their campaign to silence critical debate on Israel, but they will not have the last word and, certainly, they will not have succeeded in silencing Professor Miller nor putting a stop to his essential work. Despite the personal loss, and unlike the University of Bristol, Professor Miller will emerge stronger and more influential than ever.
Miller has written for The Guardian, including a 2015 article which began with the observation that "it’s becoming much harder for UK academics to discuss issues such as conflict and terrorism." He has also criticised Islamophobia. A 2006 article "began by noting that "A succession of scandals in the US has revealed widespread government funding of PR agencies to produce 'fake news'. Actors take the place of journalists and the 'news' is broadcast as if it were genuine."
From 2013-2016 he was RCUK Global Uncertainties Leadership Fellow leading a project on understanding and explaining terrorism expertise in practice.
His publications include "A Century Of Spin".
Documents by David Miller
Event Participated in
|International Festival of Whistleblowing Dissent and Accountability||8 May 2021||8 May 2021||Internet||Whistleblowing event held in 2021.|