Routledge Book Series in Extremism and Democracy
The Routledge Book Series in Extremism and Democracy, which is affiliated with the Standing Group, 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. A key focus of the series, therefore, is the (inter-)relation between extremism, radicalism, populism, fundamentalism, and democracy. 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, and more recently co-edited by Matthew Goodwin (University of Kent). The new 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.
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For any publishing queries please contact Craig Fowlie, Senior Publisher in Politics & International Relations at Routledge.
An overview of published works and forthcoming titles is available on the Routledge website.