Research Fellow, King’s College London
Blyth Crawford is a Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, specialising in Far-Right radicalisation online and the Far Right’s use of social media platforms. She is currently pursuing a PhD at King’s College London, examining the social and cultural influence of Far-Right social media on the radicalisation process.
Blyth has recently graduated from King’s College where she obtained a first class degree in MA Terrorism, Security and Society, and wrote her thesis on the influence of 8chan on lone-actor terrorism
- ‘Chan Culture and Violent Extremism’ Global Network of Extremism and Technology (2019) available here
- ‘From Memes to Mobilisation: Understanding Far-Right Propaganda in the Internet Age’ Worshipful Company of Security Professionals (2019) available here