e-Extreme Vol. 23 Nr. 2 (October 2022)

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September 2022 Volume 23 Number 2

Newsletter of the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy

e-Extreme Managing Editors

Fred Paxton, University of Milan

Patricia Rodi, University of Edinburgh

Book Review Liaison

Damla Keşkekci, Scuola Normale Superiore

E&D Steering Committee

Léonie de Jonge, University of Groningen

Daphne Halikiopulou, University of Reading

Annika Werner, Australian National University

The e Extreme is the newsletter of the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy.

For any enquiries about the newsletter and book reviews, please contact the managing editors (extremismanddemocracy@gmail.com).

Copyright © 2022 by the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, in any form or by any means, electronic, photocopying, or otherwise, without permission in writing from the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy.



Standing Group announcements 4

Upcoming Events and Calls 7

Reports 9

Publications alert 13

Contacts 28



Dear e Extreme readers,

We hope you are well, wherever you may be.

We’re happy to welcome our new Book Review Liaison Damla Keşkekci. Damla is a PhD candidate at the Scuola Normale Superiore, with an interest in far right social movements. Do get in touch with Damla if you want to review a book or an article: damla.keskekci@sns.it.

Read on for the usual mix of announcements, reports, reviews and alerts to keep on top of all the recent developments related to ‘extremism and democracy’.

Please do get in touch with your contributions and ideas. In the meantime, take care.


You can join the ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy always free of charge and at the click of a button, via the ECPR website (https://ecpr.eu/Groups).

If you have not already done so, please register as a member so that our list is up to date and complete.

In order to join, you will need a MyECPR account, which we assume many of you will already have. If you do not have one, you can create an account in only a few minutes (and you need not be from an ECPR member institution to do so). If you are from a non member institution, we will need to accept your application to join, so your membership status (which you can see via your MyECPR account, and on the Standing Group pages when you are logged in to MyECPR) will be ‘pending’ until you are accepted

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch!



e Extreme is now offering scholars the opportunity to review articles! If you want to share your review of the latest published articles in the field of populism, extremism and radicalism and have it published in e-Extreme, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us via: extremismanddemocracy@gmail.com


The Routledge Book Series in Extremism and Democracy, which publishes work that lies within the Standing Group’s academic scope, covers academic studies within the broad fields of ‘extremism’ and ‘democracy’, with volumes focusing on adjacent concepts such as populism, radicalism, and ideological/religious fundamentalism. These topics have been considered largely in isolation by scholars interested in the study of political parties, elections, social movements, activism, and radicalisation in democratic settings. Since its establishment in 1999, the series has encompassed both influential contributions to the discipline and informative accounts for public debate. Works will seek to problematise the role of extremism, broadly defined, within an ever globalising world, and/or the way social and political actors can respond to these challenges without undermining democratic credentials.

The series was originally founded by Roger Eatwell (University of Bath) and Cas Mudde (University of Georgia) in 1999. The editorial team now comprises Caterina Froio (Sciences Po), Andrea L. P. Pirro (Scuola Normale Superiore), and Stijn van Kessel (Queen Mary University of London). The editors strongly encourage ideas or suggestions for new volumes in the book series, both from established academics and early career researchers.

To discuss any ideas or suggestions for new volumes in this book series, please contact the editors at: extremismanddemocracy@gmail.com.


Please keep us informed of any upcoming conferences or workshops you are organising, and of any publication or funding opportunities that would be of interest to Standing Group members. We will post all details on our website. Similarly, if you would like to write a report on a conference or workshop that you have organised and have this included in our newsletter, please do let us know.


Please, also tell us of any recent publications of interest to Standing Group members so that we may include them in the ‘publications alert’ section of our newsletter, and please get in touch if you would like to see a particular book (including your own) reviewed in e Extreme, or if you would like to review a specific book yourself. We are always keen on receiving reviews from junior and senior scholars alike!

Finally, if you would like to get involved in the production of the newsletter, the development of our website, or any of the other activities of the Standing Group, please do get in touch. We are always very keen to involve more and more members in the running of the Standing Group!



Call for Workshop Proposals: ECPR Joint Sessions 2023

The call for workshop proposals for the ECPR Joint Sessions 2023 (25 28 April in Toulouse) is out now and the deadline is October 18, 2022.

Standing Groups or Research Networks may endorse only one workshop each and these are treated preferentially by the ECPR. If you have a proposal that might be interesting to the Extremism & Democracy Standing Group, please send it to us via extremismanddemocracy@gmail.com by October 7, 2022.

Call for Section Proposals: ECPR General Conference 2023

We will soon send out a call for section proposals for the upcoming 2023 General Conference in Prague. If you are interested in organising the E&D endorsed section next year, please get in touch with us via extremismanddemocracy@gmail.com

Call for Papers: Conference on Supremacism and Authoritarianism

In recent years, the threat from antidemocratic movements, ideologies, and politics around the globe has gained increased attention from scholars and researchers. Prominent fields of research addressing these challenges include far-right, radicalization, and extremism studies yet these threats to democracy and justice also stem from the political center and from groups and individuals that appear on the left.

The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism (IRMS) will host an interdisciplinary Conference on Supremacism and Authoritarianism, held virtually from December 5th 7th, as a space for research that addresses the span of threats to democracy.

We encourage paper proposals from varied fields including right wing and far right studies, radicalization and extremism studies, gender and sexuality studies, race and ethnicity studies, and social movement studies. Interested presenters can


submit working paper and full panel proposals in the form of 500 word abstracts due by October 3rd. Submissions can be made via this Google Form

Please direct any questions to contact@theirms.org

More calls and job opportunities

The E&D website has recently been updated with more job opportunities and conference calls: https://standinggroups.ecpr.eu/extremismanddemocracy/category/news/.

If you have any announcements you would like to share, do send them our way.



ECPR General Conference Section Report

Conspiring Elites and Disgruntled Masses? Revisiting the Populist and Extremist Challenges to Democracy

University of Innsbruck, Austria 22 26 August 2022 #ecprgc22

Fabian Habersack

University of Innsbruck

Sophia Hunger WZB Berlin Social Science Center

Our section at the 2022 ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck, Conspiring Elites and Disgruntled Masses? Revisiting the Populist and Extremist Challenges to Democracy, aimed to bring together researchers across areas, ranks and specialization to assess the rise of radical, populist and anti democratic actors and the impact their rise has had on the very foundations of party competition and democratic systems. The Extremism & Democracy Standing Group endorsed section marks the first time our research community has had the opportunity to come together in-person after two long years of online conferences. Providing scholars with the chance to get together in Innsbruck, and ensuring that early career researchers in particular can present their work and exchange ideas, was crucial to us as section organizers.

The desire to meet in person was clearly reflected in the number of proposals we received: in total, we had 165 paper submissions, which included twelve full panel submissions. This is evidence of our fast growing research network and to our knowledge record breaking in the history of the Standing Group. At the conference, 86 paper presentations were eventually given in our section, resulting in a total of no less than 20 panels. Our program reflected the diversity of our vibrant research community in substantive focus of the individual papers, but also in terms of gender: 47 female and 37 male scholars from overall 62 different institutions presented their work in Innsbruck. However, most scholars who travelled to Innsbruck were based in Europe (89%). 49 colleagues were based in Western Europe, followed by 14 in Northern Europe, 7 in Southern Europe, 5 from Eastern Europe, and only 9 from outside of Europe. We would attribute the low proportion of non European submissions to the uncertain travel


conditions during the COVID 19 pandemic, which may have deterred some colleagues from traveling long distances. At the same time, we should develop strategies to include in particular those people who are not based at institutions in Europe. Especially early career researchers who often cannot draw on travel budgets or whose travel costs are only partially refunded face severe obstacles.

During the five day long conference (also a novelty), the section aimed to address a multitude of research questions, include broad perspectives and do so by embracing a variety of methodological approaches. Thematically, the panels covered broad grounds on the nature and extent of populist and extremist challenges to democracy worldwide, and how they can be overcome. Panels covered for instance Protest mobilization in far right politics, conceptualized and assessed the threats that radical actors pose to democracy and covered causes, consequences, and strategies of radical populist parties in opposition and in government. A range of panels was dedicated more specifically, to populist and radical right actors online, also focusing on their nativism, narratives and networks. Special attention was dedicated to the assessment of geographical variations in the radical right and populist mobilization and success, be it with respect to its spatial temporal dimensions or to sub national variation. Other panels focused on non radical right parties’ reactions to populist, radical and anti democratic competitors, e.g. by revisiting the populist zeitgeist, assessing counter strategies, or even by shifting the focus to voters’ perceptions of mainstream party strategies. A further theme was the internal organization and the intra party politics of populist radical right parties. In addition to a range of panels that were focused on the supply side, three panels aimed to put the demand side center stage, by looking at voters’ perceptions of anti democratic actors, anti democratic attitudes, as well as the effects of representative deficits and economic inequality on radical right and populist voting. Further panels investigated the role of conspiracy theories, the mobilization against gender equality by radical right actors, and the impact of populist radical right actors on institutions and policies. Two panels specifically covered studies on the radical right beyond the Western world and the international dimension of radicalization and extremism.

As section organizers, we were overwhelmed by the positive experiences and feedback we received during the conference and in between the panels. The enormous demand for an offline conference motivated us to set up all our panels primarily as offline panels, with the option for presenters, chairs, discussants, and for the general audience to join virtually. We were also overwhelmed by how well the individual panels were organized. A big thank you goes especially to the local organizing committee and to the many study assistants and support staff in every room, without whom the ECPR General Conference could not have taken place. Likewise, we would like to express our sincere thanks to all the panel chairs for organizing their panels and all the discussants who invested


their time and efforts into providing helpful feedback. A special and heartfelt thank you goes to the Steering Committee of the Extremism & Democracy Standing Group, Léonie de Jonge, Daphne Halikiopoulou, and Annika Werner, for their constant support before, during, and after the General Conference and their tireless efforts to make this section happen.

It was a pleasure to see you all in Innsbruck, and we look forward to seeing you again in Prague in 2023.

Extremism & Democracy Standing Group Business Meeting

University of Innsbruck, Austria

25 August 2022


Léonie de Jonge

University of Groningen

Daphne Halikiopoulou

University of Reading Annika Werner

Australian National University


1. Introduction of Extremism & Democracy SG

2. Opportunities for 2023

3. Medium term opportunities: SG based conference

1. Introduction of Extremism & Democracy SG

• Welcome on behalf of the Steering Committee.

• Today the SG consist of 469 members.

2. Opportunities for 2023

• SG Best Paper Prize the SG discussed the possibility to establish a Best Paper Prize from the next General Conference onwards. The idea was well received, but more planning from the SG is needed to establish the exact criteria. Any additional thoughts and comments beyond the SG meeting are welcome.

• ECPR Bonus Fund for 2022 deadline Monday, 19 September 2022. The grant aims to support Standing Groups and Research Networks embarking on a large scale research project. Details can be found here: https://ecpr.eu/Content.aspx?ID=810



Medium-term opportunities: SG-based conference

• Since we are slowly "outgrowing" the ECPR General Conference in terms of SG-size, there was a discussion about the possibility of establishing a separate SG based conference. There were mixed responses to this idea. While some people felt that it would be useful to have a more intimate space to meet and discuss work in progress, others argued that some might not be willing and/or able to attend both conferences, which could create a split within the SG. This is an ongoing discussion, so any thoughts or comments are welcome.



Our publication alert is based on a semi automated search and can never be complete. Therefore, please tell us about any recent publications of interest to Standing Group members so that we may include them in our newsletter.

Adam, Z. & Csaba, I. (2022) Populism unrestrained: Policy responses of the Orban regime to the pandemic in 2020 2021. European Policy Analysis, 8, 277 296.

Alexandre Collier, A. David Cameron, Boris Johnson and the 'populist hypothesis' in the British Conservative Party. Comparative European Politics.

Alexandre Collier, A. (2022) Brexit and Anti Parliament Discourses among Conservative MPs (2016 2019). Parliamentary Affairs, 75, 239 262.

Alnasir, S. (2022). Laicism: idolatry trap or constitutional nihilism. International Journal of Political Thought, 16, 333 356.

Amira, K. (2022) Donald Trump's Effect on Who is Considered "Conservative". American Politics Research, 50, 682 693.

Ammassari, S., Fossati, D. & McDonnell, D. Supporters of India's BJP: Distinctly Populist and Nativist. Government and Opposition

Anderson, B. & Secor, A. (2022) Propositions on right wing populism: Available, excessive, optimistic. Political Geography, 96.

Annison, H. & Guiney, T. (2022) Populism, Conservatism and the Politics of Parole in England and Wales. Political Quarterly, 93, 416 423.

Ansell, B., Hjorth, F., Nyrup, J. & Larsen, M. V. (2022) Sheltering Populists? House Prices and the Support for Populist Parties. Journal of Politics, 84, 1420 1436.

Armaly, M. T., Buckley, D. T. & Enders, A. M. (2022) Christian Nationalism and Political Violence: Victimhood, Racial Identity, Conspiracy, and Support for the Capitol Attacks. Political Behavior, 44, 937 960.

Armaly, M. T. & Enders, A. M. Who Supports Political Violence? Perspectives on Politics

Art, D. (2022) The Myth of Global Populism. Perspectives on Politics, 20, 999 1011.

Arzroomchilar, E. (2022) Techno Radicalism: An Account of Radicalism in the Technology Era. International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism, 12.

Ash, K. & Shapovalov, M. Populism for the ambivalent: anti polarization and support for Ukraine's Sluha Narodu party. Post Soviet Affairs.

Ausserladscheider, V. Constructing a neoliberal exclusionary state: the role of far right populism in economic policy change in post war Austria. Comparative European Politics.

Babkina, O., Olena, N., Pavlova, L., Karchevska, O. & Balatska, O. (2022) Civil Society Transformation in the Context of Political Radicalism in Eastern Europe. Cuestiones Politicas, 40, 671 692.

Backlund, A. Government Formation and the Radical Right: A Swedish Exception? Government and Opposition

Bakke, E. & Sitter, N. (2022) The EU's Enfants Terribles: Democratic Backsliding in Central Europe since 2010. Perspectives on Politics, 20, 22 37.

Banai, A., Votta, F. & Seitz, R. (2022) The Polls Trends Trends in Public Opinion toward Immigration among EU Member States. Public Opinion Quarterly, 86, 191 215.


Barbas, A. & Trere, E. The rise of a new media ecosystem: exploring 15M's educommunicative legacy for radical democracy. Social Movement Studies

Baro, E. Personal Values Priorities and Support for Populism in Europe An Analysis of Personal Motivations Underpinning Support for Populist Parties in Europe. Political Psychology.

Barquero, P. O., Jimenez, A. M. R. & Ugarte, B. A. (2022) Explaining the electoral performance of radical right parties in Europe (2008 2019): a fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis. Politica Y Sociedad, 59.

Basile, L. & Borri, R. (2022) Sovereignty of what and for whom? The political mobilisation of sovereignty claims by the Italian Lega and Fratelli d'Italia. Comparative European Politics, 20, 365 389.

Bayerlein, M. & Metten, A. (2022) The Impact of COVID 19 on the Support for the German AfD: Jumping the Populist Ship or Staying the Course? Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 63, 405 440.

Beaman, J. & Fredette, J. The US/France Contrast Frame and Black Lives Matter in France. Perspectives on Politics.

Beauvais, E. & Stolle, D. (2022) The Politics of White Identity and Settlers' Indigenous Resentment in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science Revue Canadienne De Science Politique, 55, 59 83.

Becher, M., Gonzalez, I. M. & Stegmueller, D. Proportional Representation and Right Wing Populism: Evidence from Electoral System Change in Europe. British Journal of Political Science

Bedock, C., Best, V., Otjes, S. & Weisskircher, M. A policy like no other? The populist radical right challenge in the field of democracy reform. Party Politics

Bellolio, C. An inquiry into populism's relation to science. Politics.

Benczes, I. & Szabo, K. An Economic Understanding of Populism: A Conceptual Framework of the Demand and the Supply Side of Populism. Political Studies Review.

Bergan, D. E., Lapinski, M. K. & Turner, S. (2022) Do Populists Really Reject Expert Judgment?: Expert Consensus and Support for Clean Water Act Protections. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 34.

Bergman, M. E. Labour market policies and support for populist radical right parties: the role of nostalgic producerism, occupational risk, and feedback effects. European Political Science Review.

Beuter, C. & Kortmann, M. Similar yet not the Same: Right Wing Populist Parties' Stances on Religion in Germany and the Netherlands. Politics and Religion.

Bieber, F. (2022) Global Nationalism in Times of the COVID 19 Pandemic. Nationalities Papers the Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 50, 13 25.

Binev, B. S. The Social Bases of Populist Domination: Market Reforms and Popular Reactions in Latin America and Post Communist Europe. Government and Opposition

Boecher, M., Zeigermann, U., Berker, L. E. & Jabra, D. (2022) Climate policy expertise in times of populism knowledge strategies of the AfD regarding Germany's climate package. Environmental Politics, 31, 820 840.

Bohmelt, T., Koubi, V. & Bernauer, T. Why populism may facilitate non state actors' access to international environmental institutions. Environmental Politics

Bolet, D. The janus faced nature of radical voting: Subjective social decline at the roots of radical right and radical left support. Party Politics.

Boller, F. Fuelling Politicisation: The AfD and the Politics of Military Interventions in the German Parliament. German Politics.


Bolzonar, F. Dealing with a difficult past: historical memories of the Vichy regime and fascism in the ideology of the Rassemblement National and the Lega. Journal of Contemporary European Studies

Bortun, V. (2022) Plan B for Europe: The Birth of 'Disobedient Euroscepticism'? Jcms Journal of Common Market Studies, 60, 1416 1431.

Bossen, C. Populism as Political Ontology: The Varieties of Populism in the United States. Politics Religion & Ideology

Bracic, A., Israel Trummel, M. & Shortle, A. F. Ethnocultural or generalized? Nationalism and support for punitive immigration policy. Politics Groups and Identities.

Bradshaw, S., DiResta, R. & Miller, C. Playing Both Sides: Russian State Backed Media Coverage of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement. International Journal of Press Politics.

Braghiroli, S. & Makarychev, A. Conservative populism in Italy and Estonia: playing the multicultural card and engaging "domestic others". East European Politics.

Breidahl, K. N. & Gustavsson, G. (2022) Can we trust the natives? Exploring the relationship between national identity and trust among immigrants and their descendants in Denmark. Nations and Nationalism, 28, 592 611.

Breyer, M. Populist positions in party competition: Do parties strategically vary their degree of populism in reaction to vote and office loss? Party Politics

Brils, T., Muis, J. & Gaidyte, T. (2022) Dissecting Electoral Support for the Far Right: A Comparison between Mature and Post Communist European Democracies. Government and Opposition, 57, 56 83.

Brun, E., Rodriguez, C. H. & Rico, J. J. M. (2022) What about Latin America? An Analytical Proposal on Populist Foreign Policy. Revista De Ciencia Politica, 42, 81 103.

Buckley, D. T., Brooke, S. & Kleinsteuber, B. How populists engage religion: mechanisms and evidence from the Philippines. Democratization

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Bustinza, M. A. & Witkowski, K. Immigrants, deviants, and drug users: A rhetorical analysis of President Trump's fear driven tweets during the 2019 government shutdown. Policy and Internet

Caiani, M. & Graziano, P. (2022) The Three Faces of Populism in Power: Polity, Policies and Politics. Government and Opposition, 57, 569 588.

Caravantes, P. & Lombardo, E. The symbolic representation of the 'People' and the 'Homeland' in Spanish left populism: an opportunity for feminist politics? Journal of Contemporary European Studies

Carkoglu, A. & Elci, E. Populist attitudes and challenges towards liberal democracy: An empirical assessment of the Turkish case. International Political Science Review

Carvalho, J. Understanding the Emergence of Extreme Right Parties in Portugal in the Late 2010s. Parliamentary Affairs.

Chan, K. M. The Making of Radical Right Voters: Persuasion and Contrast Effects in a Dynamic Political Context. Political Psychology.

Chan, K. M. (2022) The bottom up spillover effect for radical right parties. European Political Science Review, 14, 351 366.

Charron, N., Lapuente, V. & Rodriguez Pose, A. Uncooperative society, uncooperative politics or both? Trust, polarization, populism and COVID 19 deaths across European regions. European Journal of Political Research.


Christensen, H. S. & Saikkonen, I. A. L. (2022) The lure of populism: a conjoint experiment examining the interplay between demand and supply side factors. Political Research Exchange, 4.

Chueri, J. An emerging populist welfare paradigm? How populist radical right wing parties are reshaping the welfare state. Scandinavian Political Studies

Chueri, J. & Damerow, A. Closing the gap: how descriptive and substantive representation affect women's vote for populist radical right parties. West European Politics

Cichocka, A., Bocian, K., Winiewski, M. & Azevedo, F. "Not Racist, But horizontal ellipsis ": Beliefs About Immigration Restrictions, Collective Narcissism, and Justification of Ethnic Extremism. Political Psychology

Cohen Almagor, Raphael, Just, Reasonable Multiculturalism: Liberalism, Culture and Coercion (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021).

Cohen Almagor, Raphael, The Republic, Secularism and Security: France versus the Burqa and the Niqab (Cham: Springer, 2022).

Cohen Almagor, Raphael, «Indivisibilité, Sécurité, Laïcité: The French ban on the burqa and the niqab”, French Politics (19 October 2021).

Colella, D. S., Saatcioglu, B. & Gulmez, D. B. Illiberal challenges to the European Union's legitimacy from within and without: the rule of law and refugee crises. Journal of Contemporary European Studies.

Coletti, R. & Filippetti, A. Negotiating nationalism: regional politics in Italy during the health crisis. Territory Politics Governance.

Collantes, F. X. R. & Cabezas, A. S. Populist discourses and conflicts of democratic legitimacy: the Bolivian political crisis of 2019. Journal of Political Ideologies

Colombo, F. & Dinas, E. Networks of Grievances: Social Capital and Mainstream Party Decline. Comparative Political Studies

Coulson, B. "We Don't Win Anymore": Donald Trump, China, and the Politics of Victimhood Nationalism. Polity

Crulli, M. & Viviani, L. (2022) Turning to the right? The impact of the "long crisis decade" (2008 2019) on right wing populist vote and attitudes in Europe. Partecipazione E Conflitto, 15, 482 499.

Custodi, J. & Padoan, E. The nation of the people: An analysis of Podemos and Five Star Movement's discourse on the nation. Nations and Nationalism

de la Torre, C. (2022) The Complex Constructions of the People and the Leader in Populism. Polity, 54, 529 537.

de Rooij, E. A., Stecula, D. A. & Pickup, M. A. (2022) Populist media diets. Social Science Quarterly, 103, 975 991.

Debras, F. Back to the future, recovering the past: a critical discourse analysis of the terms 'democracy' and 'direct democracy' in the speeches of the Rassemblement National and the Freiheitliche Partei Osterreichs. Journal of Contemporary European Studies.

Debus, M. & Florczak, C. (2022) Using party press releases and Wikipedia page view data to analyse developments and determinants of parties' issue prevalence: Evidence for the right wing populist 'Alternative for Germany'. Research & Politics, 9.

Dennison, J. & Turnbull Dugarte, S. J. (2022) Populist Attitudes and Threat Perceptions of Global Transformations and Governance: Experimental Evidence from India and the United Kingdom. Political Psychology, 43, 873 892.

Destradi, S., Plagemann, J. & Tas, H. (2022) Populism and the politicisation of foreign policy. British Journal of Politics & International Relations, 24, 475 492.

Diehl, P. (2022) For a Complex Concept of Populism. Polity, 54, 509 518.


Diehl, P. & Weber, T. (2022) Populism: Complex Concepts and Innovative Methods. Polity, 54, 503 508.

Donovan, T. Measuring and predicting the radical right gender gap. West European Politics.

Doroshenko, L. & Tu, F. J. Like, Share, Comment, and Repeat: Far right Messages, Emotions, and Amplification in Social Media. Journal of Information Technology & Politics.

Duch, R. M., Laroze, D., Reinprecht, C. & Robinson, T. S. (2022) Nativist policy: the comparative effects of Trumpian politics on migration decisions. Political Science Research and Methods, 10, 171 187.

Dvorak, T., Zouhar, J. & Treib, O. Regional Peripheralization as Contextual Source of Populist Attitudes in Germany and Czech Republic. Political Studies.

Elci, E. (2022) Politics of Nostalgia and Populism: Evidence from Turkey. British Journal of Political Science, 52, 697 714.

Ellinas, A. & Lamprianou, L. Societal Responses to Right Wing Extremism: Antifascist Mobilisation against Golden Dawn in Greece. South European Society and Politics

Enders, A. M., Uscinski, J. E., Klofstad, C. A., Wuchty, S., Seelig, M. I., Funchion, J. R., Murthi, M. N., Premaratne, K. & Stoler, J. (2022) Who Supports QAnon? A Case Study in Political Extremism. Journal of Politics, 84, 1844 1849.

Engler, S., Gessler, T., Abou Chadi, T. & Leemann, L. Democracy challenged: how parties politicize different democratic principles. Journal of European Public Policy

Ercetin, T. & Boyraz, C. How to struggle with exclusionary right wing populism: evidence from Turkey. Democratization.

Erisen, C. & Vasilopoulou, S. (2022) The affective model of far right vote in Europe: Anger, political trust, and immigration. Social Science Quarterly, 103, 635 648.

Fahey, J. J., Allen, T. J. & Alarian, H. M. (2022) When populists win: How right wing populism affects democratic satisfaction in the UK and Germany. Electoral Studies, 77.

Fahey, J. J., Roberts, D. C. & Utych, S. M. Principled or Partisan? The Effect of Cancel Culture Framings on Support for Free Speech. American Politics Research

Favero, A. (2022) Charisma in Right Wing Populism: Comparing the View of the Leader and Followers within the Swiss People's Party. Swiss Political Science Review, 28, 477 495.

Fenzl, M., Slapin, J. B. & Wilhelm, S. From polarization of the public to polarization of the electorate: European Parliament elections as the preferred race for ideologues. European Union Politics

Feola, M. (2022) Metapolitics and Demographic Anxiety on the New Right: Using and Abusing the Language of Equality. Perspectives on Politics, 20, 1012 1023.

Fernandez Garcia, B. & Saiz, A. V. (2022a) From the street to the institutions: The evolution of Podemos' populist message (2014 2019). Revista De Estudios Politicos, 97 123.

Fernandez Garcia, B. & Saiz, A. V. (2022b) Nationalism andpopulism in the context of the 2021 Catalan elections: Populism at the service of opposing nationalist agendas. Revista Espanola De Ciencia Politica Recp, 13 42.

Filindra, A., Nassar, R. L. & Buyuker, B. E. (2022) The conditional relationship between cultural and economic threats in white Americans' support for refugee relocation programs. Social Science Quarterly, 103, 686 698.

Forchtner, B. & Lubarda, B. Scepticisms and beyond? A comprehensive portrait of climate change communication by the far right in the European Parliament. Environmental Politics

Fowler, C. Gender age gaps in Euroscepticism and vote choice at the United Kingdom's 2016 referendum on EU membership. British Journal of Politics & International Relations


Froio, C. The Rassemblement National and COVID 19: How Nativism, Authoritarianism and Expert Populism Did Not Pay Off during the Pandemic. Government and Opposition


Gerling, L. & Kellermann, K. L. (2022) Contagious populists: The impact of election information shocks onpopulist party preferences in Germany. European Journal of Political Economy, 72.

Giuliani, G. A. Investigating the radical right's family policy agenda: evidence from six European countries. Italian Political Science Review Rivista Italiana Di Scienza Politica

Gonnot, J. (2022) Taxation with representation: Understanding natives' attitudes to foreigners' voting rights. European Journal of Political Economy, 71.

Gonthier, F. & Guerra, T. (2022) From the People, Like the People, or For the People? Candidate Appraisal Among the French Yellow Vests. Political Psychology, 43, 969 989.

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Fred Paxton, University of Milan fred.paxton@unimi.it

Patricia Rodi, University of Edinburgh p.rodi@ed.ac.uk


Léonie de Jonge, University of Groningen Daphne Halikiopulou, University of Reading Annika Werner, Australian National University

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