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The third issue of ‘Populism’ is released amid extraordinary circumstances. The ongoing pandemic creates uneasy conditions that directly affect our everyday lives at both personal and professional levels. The work-life balance is becoming increasingly obscure while uncertainty casts a shadow over the  future, especially for junior researchers. We hope to offer you something interesting and stimulating to read during these times. Until we meet again in person, we will try to sustain… Read More

DAY 1 | Monday, September 14 09:30-10:00| Welcome by hosts/organisers 10:00-11:15 | Panel 1: Populism, institutions and power Seongcheol Kim (WZB Berlin) – ‘A Typology of Populist Discourses in the Visegrád Four’ David Sánchez (Complutense University Madrid) – ‘Populism in times of institutionalism: the Spanish case’ Beatrice Carella (Scuola Normale Superiore) – ‘Anti-neoliberal populism in power: changing socioeconomic policies in Southern Europe?’ — Chair: Emmy Eklundh 11:15-11:45 | COFFEE BREAK – Online… Read More

Keynote speakers Simon Tormey (University of Bristol) María Esperanza Casullo (Universidad Nacional de Río Negro) Call for Papers After the rise of Trump and Brexit, it has almost become a cliché among scholars and commentators to suggest that we are living through a ‘populist moment.’ As the argument goes, populism has always been a significant force in Europe and the Americas, but its rise had been characterised by episodic and context-specific surges…. Read More