Description

This group exists to promote the study of populist discourses, movements and parties at a local, national, European and international level. It aims at encouraging a rigorous theoretical and conceptual grounding of populism research as well as the strengthening of its analytical scope through comparative, quantitative and qualitative methods.

The Populism Specialist Group purports to facilitate a critical dialogue about contemporary democratic politics, and populism’s complex role within that. It particularly invites the participation and contribution of international scholars from countries and regions where populism has marked political culture shaping political frontiers and stimulating antithetical discursive articulations.

The group’s Co-Convenors are Emmy Eklundh (Cardiff University), Giorgos Katsambekis (University of Loughborough), and Marina Prentoulis (University of East Anglia). Our Treasurer is Andy Knott (University of Brighton). We also have two Social Media and Communications Officers, Giorgos Venizelos and Alen Toplisek. Please get in touch if you would like further information or have any suggestions for the group.

Contact Us

Marina Prentoulis

Role: Co-Convenor
Institution: University of East Anglia
m.prentoulis@uea.ac.uk


Emmy Eklundh

Role: Co-Convenor
Institution: Cardiff University
eklundhe@cardiff.ac.uk


Giorgos Katsambekis

Role: Co-Convenor
Institution: Loughborough University
g.katsambekis@lboro.ac.uk


Andy Knott

Role: Treasurer
Institution: University of Brighton
a.knott@brighton@ac.uk

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Group Events

Specialist Group event
02 Apr

The Populism Specialist Group's fourth annual workshop features keynote addresses from Maria Esperenza Casullo and Simon Tormey, and will...

2-3 April 2020, University of Brighton

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