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SK10 Speaker Topics!

Hello Skepticoners! I bet you’d like to know what kind of awesome things our speakers are going to be talking about AND BY GOLLY YOU WILL KNOW! Dr. Samantha Montano From Acts of Gods to Disasterology: This presentation will explore the evolution from considering disasters as “Acts of God” to Read more…

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SK10 Schedule!

My goodness! We’ve had a heck of a year trying to get the schedule locked down for Skepticon 10. BUT BY GOODNESS WE ARE READY TO SHARE AND I HOPE YOU ARE, TOO! Oh and hey — we’re doing a few things different this year. For one, we’ve decided to Read more…

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SK10 Speaker: Nikki Jane!

Hello again Skepticon Lovers! Due to Libby Cowgill needing to step down, we have a lineup update to share and ya’ll…this year is gonna rock our socks. Please welcome Nikki Jane as to the Skepticon 10 crew!  Nikki Jane born Jessica Nicole is a activist, artist, and writer currently residing Read more…

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SK10 Speaker: Jessica Xiao

Hello Skepticon Lovers! Please welcome Jessica Xiao as the next speaker to the Skepticon 10 lineup! Jessica Xiao is a Washington, DC-based writer, interested in activist culture, radical vulnerability, feminism, race and identity, mass incarceration, and climate injustice. You can find her work at Everyday Feminism, The Establishment, Huffington Post, Read more…

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SK10 Speaker: Libby Cowgill

Hello Skepticon Lovers! Please welcome Libby Cowgill as the next speaker to the Skepticon 10 lineup! My research focuses on several different areas within the subdicipline of biological anthropology. Specifically, I study Pleistocene human evolution, human growth and development, human skeletal variation, and functional morphology. My current research program entails Read more…

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SK10 Speaker: Mandisa Thomas

Hello Skepticon Lovers! Please welcome Mandisa Thomas as the next speaker to the Skepticon 10 lineup! Mandisa Thomas is the founder and President of Black Nonbelievers, Inc. Although never formally indoctrinated into belief, Mandisa was heavily exposed to Christianity, Black Nationalism, and Islam. As a child she loved reading, and Read more…