Dear all, Please see below a call for papers for a new Special Issue of Mobilization and the details of three recently published Handbooks that you might find of interest. Please do order for your libraries if possible and thanks for spreading the word about these new useful resources. Thanks! Call for papers. A special issue of Mobilization: The Rise of Resentment: [Read More]
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 [Read More]
If you are at the 2022 ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck, feel free to join us at our annual Standing Group Business Meeting will take place on Thursday (25/08/2022) from 18:00 – 19:00 (Building: B, Floor: 3, Room: 301). For those of you who cannot attend in person, we will also be circulating a ZOOM link prior [Read More]
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.
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]
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.
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]
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]
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]