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Extremism & Democracy

Standing Group · European Consortium for Political Research

e-Extreme Vol. 23 No. 1 out now

We are delighted to announce that a new issue of the e-Extreme (vol. 23 no. 1) is out, which includes the usual exciting mix of announcements, book reviews, and alerts. The latest issue of our quarterly publication can be read online here or downloaded at this link.

SG-endorsed events: Workshop, Section, and Summer School

The new year is already looking promising with three major events endorsed by the SG and set to shape the activity of our members and beyond. The Workshop entitled Movement Parties: Their Rise, Variety, and Consequences, chaired by Fred Paxton (University of Milan) and Endre Borbáth (Free University Berlin), was accepted for the ECPR Joint [Read More]

e-Extreme Vol. 22 No. 3 out now

Happy new year! With the end of the holiday season also comes a slightly delayed issue of the e-Extreme (vol. 22 no. 3), which includes the usual mix of announcements, book reviews, and alerts. The latest issue of our quarterly publication can be read online here or downloaded at this link.

Steering Committee election results

Dear E&D members, We would like to share the results of the recent SG Steering Committee election, which returned the following three winners: Léonie de Jonge (University of Groningen), Daphne Halikiopoulou (University of Reading), and Annika Werner (Australian National University). Best of luck to our successors! We would like to thank everyone who cast a [Read More]

E&D election now live!

As previously announced, the Steering Committee of the SG is stepping down at the end of the year. After our call, we received expressions of interest from the following SG members: Léonie de Jonge, University of Groningen Daphne Halikiopoulou, University of Reading Steven van Hauwaert, University of Surrey Annika Werner, Australian National University You can [Read More]

Call for Section proposals at next ECPR General Conference

The ECPR is now accepting Section proposals for the next General Conference, scheduled to take place at the University of Innsbruck, 20-26 August 2022. The Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy welcomes Section proposals to endorse. Proposals endorsed by Standing Groups have significantly higher chances of getting approved by the ECPR and we thus encourage [Read More]

SG endorsement for workshop proposals

The ECPR is now accepting proposals for the 2022 Joint Sessions of Workshops, scheduled to take place at the University of Edinburgh and online in April 2022. The deadline for submissions is 15 November 2021. The Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy welcomes workshop proposals to endorse. Proposals endorsed by Standing Groups have significantly higher chances of [Read More]

e-Extreme, events at General Conference, membership renewal

A rich summer update for our Standing Group members. The new issue of the e-Extreme (vol. 22 no. 2) is out now, including the usual mix of announcements, book reviews, and alerts. The latest issue of our quarterly publication can be read online here or downloaded at this link. The e-Extreme specifically includes information regarding Standing [Read More]

e-Extreme Vol. 22 No. 1 out now

The new issue of the e-Extreme is out now! As the SG quarterly turns 22, we are happy to present our usual mix of announcements, reports, reviews, and alerts to keep on top of all the recent developments related to ‘extremism and democracy’. A warm welcome to our new book review liaison Uygar Baspehlivan. Uygar is [Read More]

Section endorsed at 2021 General Conference

The Section ‘Radicalism, Populism, Extremism: Threat or Corrective for Democracy?’, chaired by Anna-Sophie Heinze (University of Trier) and Manès Weisskircher (TU Dresden), has been accepted to the 2021 ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck. The Section is proudly endorsed by the Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy and is now open for panel and paper proposals. [Read More]

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