2. Iloveyou: Viruses, Paranoia and the Environment of Risk: Peter Knight (Staffordshire University).
3. The Obscure Politics of Conspiracy Theory: Mark Featherstone (Staffordshire University).
4. Conjuring Order: the new world order and conspiracy theories of globalization: Alisdair Spark (King Alfred's College, Winchester, UK).
5. Militias, the Patriot Movement, and the Internet: Nigel Woodcock (Manchester University).
6. Taking conspiracy seriously: fantastic narratives and Mr Grey the Pan–Afrikanist on Monserrat: Jonathan Skinner (University of Abertay, Dundee).
7. Tout est Lie: The Front National and Media Conspiracy Theories: Adrian Quinn (Liverpool John Moores University).
8. The Popular Culture of Conspiracy/The Conspiracy of Popular Culture: David Bell & Lee–Jane Bennion–Nixon (Staffordshire University).
9. Conspiracy, corporate culture and criticism: Warren Smith (University of Leicester).
10. Conspiracy, What Conspiracy? Social Science, Funding, and the Politics of Accusation: Simon Lilley (Keele University).
11. Human science as conspiracy theory: Martin Parker (Keele University).
Notes on contributors.
Martin Parker is Reader in Social and Organisation Theory in the Department of Management, Keele University. He has written and edited several books on culture, ethics and poststructuralism with particular reference to organisations.