Achen, Christopher H., and Larry M. Bartels. Democracy for Realists: Why Elections Do Not Produce Responsive Government. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016
Aho, James. Far-Right Fantasy: A Sociology of American Religion and Politics. New York and London: Routledge, 2016. Prologue.
Aitamurto, Kaarina. Paganism, Traditionalism, Nationalism: Narratives of Russian Rodnoverie. New York; London: Routledge, 2016
Aizenberg, Edna. On the edge of the Holocaust: the Shoah in Latin American literature and culture. Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2016
Albanese, Matteo, and Pablo del Hierro. Transnational Fascism in the Twentieth Century: Spain, Italy and the Global Neo-Fascist Network. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Anderson, Carol. White Rage: The Unspoken Truth about Our Racial Divide. New York: Bloomsbury, 2016
Anti-Judaism, Antisemitism, and Delegitimizing Israel. Edited by Robert S. Wistrich. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 2016. Contents: 1. Antisemitism in the Age of Jewish Empowerment / Ben Cohen – 2. The West’s Auto-Immune Disease / Melanie Phillips – 3. Antisemitism/Anti-Zionism: Primal Pillars in Europe’s Decay / Bat Ye’or – 4. Israelophobia Is the New Antisemitism / Fiamma Nirenstein – 5. Antisemitic Terror and Identity Theft / Shimon Samuels – 6. What Precisely Is “Criticism of Israel”? / Alvin H. Rosenfeld – 7. South Africa, Apartheid, and the Road to BDS / Milton Shain – 8. The Postcolonial Jew: Racialization, Delegitimization, Ambiguity / Efraim Sicher – 9. Anti-Zionism as a Form of Political Warfare / Joel Fishman – 10. Israel and the Jews as Prisms for Understanding Europe Today / Manfred Gerstenfeld – 11. Convergent Anti-Zionisms: The American Far Left and Far Right / Stephen H. Norwood – 12. Jewish Anti-Zionism: From Critique to Delegitimization / Robert S. Wistrich – 13. Studying Antisemitism: Some Troubling Trends in Academia / Clemens Heni – 14. Jewish Attitudes Facing Antisemitism: A Gender Analysis / Nelly Las – 15. Antisemitism and the Return of Universalism in Contemporary France / Maurice Samuels – 16. France, Antisemitism, and the Prognosis for European Jewry / Michel Gurfinkiel – 17. Holocaust Inversion in British Politics: The Case of David Ward / Lesley Klaff – 18. The European Union and the Politics of Denial / R. Amy Elman – 19. Amnesia and Antisemitism in the “Second Jagiellonian Age” / Laurence Weinbaum – 20. Anti-Zionism in Contemporary Russia: Eurasian, Islamic, and Left-Populist Trends / Samuel Barnai – 21. Iranian Antisemitism and the International Response / Matthias Küntzel – 22. Antisemitism in Turkey during Operation Protective Edge / Efrat Aviv – 23. Radical Islam, Zionism, and the Western Media / Guy Millière – 24. The Jews, Israel, and Palestinian Replacement Theology / Giovanni Matteo Quer – 25. Gaza, Hamas, and the “New” Antisemitism / Robert S. Wistrich. Chapter abstracts.
Arnold, Richard. Russian Violence and Ethnic Nationalism: Symbolic Violence, Lynching, Pogrom, and Massacre. New York: Routledge, 2016
Barrett-Fox, Rebecca. God Hates: Westboro Baptist Church, American Nationalism, and the Religious Right. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2016
Beyond Mosque, Church, and State: Alternative Narratives of the Nation in the Balkans. Edited by Theodora Dragostinova and Yana Hashamova. Budapest and New York: Central European University Press, 2016. Contents: Introduction – Beyond Mosque, Church, and State: Alternative Narratives of the Nation in the Balkans / Theodora Dragostinova and Yana Hashamova – Part I. Historical Dilemmas – 1. Emergence and Historical Development of Muslim Communities in the Ottoman Balkans: Turcoman Colonization, Conversion to Islam, and the “Indigenization of Islam” in the Balkan Peninsula (late 14th – 18th centuries): Historiographical and Historical Remarks / Nikolay Antov – 2. From Exorcism to Historicism: Ottoman Historiography and the History of Nationalism in the Balkans / Ipek Yosmaoglu – 3. Patriotic Publics: Rethinking Empire, Nationality, and the Popular Press in Ottoman and Habsburg Bosnia / Edin Hajdarpasic – 4. In Search of the Bulgarians: Mapping the Nation through National Classifications / Theodora Dragostinova – 5. From Religious Community to Nation: The Official Recognition of a Bosnian Muslim Nation in Tito’s Yugoslavia / Brenna Miller – 6. Negotiating National and Cosmopolitan Impulses: Intellectuals and Cultural Politics in Zhivkov’s Bulgaria / Irina Gigova – II. Contemporary Debates – 7. E mos shikjoni kish e xhamija (And look not to church and mosque): How Albania and Macedonia Illuminate Bosnia and Bulgaria / Victor Friedman – 8. Women between State and Mosque: Compliance or Agency? / Yana Hashamova – 9. Beyond Nation? A Thrice-Told Tale from Bulgaria’s Postsocialist Soundstage / Donna A. Buchanan – 10. Who brought Ataka to the political scene? Analysis of the vote for Bulgaria’s radical nationalists / Maria Popova – Local governance in Bosnia: Addressing Ethno-nationally and Locally Defined Interests? / Paula M. Pickering.
Busher, Joel. The Making of Anti-Muslim Protest: Grassroots Activism in the English Defence League. London: Routledge, 2016
Caiani, Manuela, and Linda Parenti. European and American Extreme Right Groups and the Internet. London: Routledge, 2016.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro. The Politics of Migration in Italy: Perspectives on Local Debates and Party Competition. Abingdon; New York: Routledge, 2016
Cesarani, David. Final Solution: The Fate of the Jews 1933-49. London: Macmillan, 2016
Clover, Charles. Black Wind, White Snow: The Rise of Russia’s New Nationalism. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2016
Copsey, Nigel. Anti-Fascism in Britain. Abingdon: Routledge, 2nd Edition, 2016
Coupland, Philip M. Farming, Fascism and Ecology: A Life of Jorian Jenks. Abingdon, Routledge, 2016
Cramer, Katherine J. The Politics of Resentment: Rural Consciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016
The Culturalization of Citizenship: Belonging and Polarization in a Globalizing World. Edited by Jan Willem Duyvendak, Peter Geschiere, and Evelien Tonkens. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Contents: Introduction: The Culturalization of Citizenship / Evelien Tonkens (et al.) – Out of Character: Dutchness as a Public Problem / Rogier Reekum – Nationalism Without Nationalism? Dutch Self-Images Among the Progressive Left / Josip Keši? (et al.) – The Culturalization of Everyday Life: Autochthony in Amsterdam New West / Paul Mepschen – The Nativist Triangle: Sexuality, Race and Religion in the Netherlands / Markus Balkenhol (et al.) – The Nation and Its Undesirable Subjects: Homosexuality, Citizenship and the Gay ‘Other’ in Cameroon / Basile Ndjio – Yu di Kòrsou, A Matter of Negotiation: An Anthropological Exploration of the Identity Work of Afro-Curaçaons / Rose Mary Allen (et al.) – Ghanaian Migrants and the Culturalization of Citizenship in Europe: What Does Autochthony and Belonging Have to Do With It? / Maame Adwoa A. Gyekye-Jandoh – Expelled from Fortress Europe: Returned Migrant Associations in Bamako and the Quest for Cosmopolitan Citizenship / Isaie Dougnon – Conclusion: Post-script on Sex, Race and Culture / Peter Geschiere (et al.). Chapter previews.
Deckman, Melissa. Tea Party Women: Mama Grizzlies, Grassroots Leaders, and the Changing Face of the American Right. New York: New York University Press, 2016
Favell, Adrian. Philosophies of Integration: Immigration and the Idea of Citizenship in France and Britain. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2016
Fenton, Natalie. Digital, Political, Radical. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2016
Fischer, Nick. Spider Web: The Birth of American Anticommunism. Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2016
Geddes, Andrew, and Peter Scholten. The Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2nd edition, 2016
German Perspectives on Right-Wing Extremism: Challenges for Comparative Analysis. Edited by Johannes Kiess, Oliver Decker, and Elmar Brähler. London: Routledge, 2016. Contents: Introduction: German perspectives on right-wing extremism: challenges for comparative analysis / Johannes Kiess, Oliver Decker, and Elmar Brähler – Part I. Methodological challenges and innovations for comparative research – 1. Comparing right-wing extremist attitudes: lack of research or lack of theory? / Johannes Kiess and Oliver Decker – 2. Attitude and agency: common roots, divergent methodologies, joint ventures? / Katrin Reimer-Gordinskaya – 3. National identity and immigration in the concepts of right-wing extremism and societal security / Marc Grimm – 4. A multi-method approach to the comparative analysis of anti-pluralistic politics / Karin Liebhart – Part II. Comparing right-wing extremism: exemplary case studies – 5. “Fertile soil for ideological confusion”? The extremism of the centre / Oliver Decker, Johannes Kiess, and Elmar Brähler – 6. Fear of social decline and treading on those below? The role of social crises and insecurities in the emergence and the reception of prejudices in Austria / Julia Hofmann – 7. Terrorism made in Germany: the case of the NSU / Michael Edinger and Eugen Schatschneider – 8. Extremist or populist? Proposing a set of criteria to distinguish right-wing parties in Western Europe / Tanja Wolf. Chapter abstracts.
Gest, Justin. The New Minority: White Working Class Politics in an Age of Immigration and Inequality. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016
Gilbert, George. The Radical Right in Late Imperial Russia. Dreams of a True Fatherland? London & New York, NY: Routledge. 2016
The Globalization of Hate: Internationalizing Hate Crime. Edited by Jennifer Schweppe and Mark Austin Walters. Oxford University Press, 2016. Contents: Introduction / Jennifer Schweppe and Mark Austin Walters – Part I. The Global Dimensions of Hate Crime – 1. Defining Hate Crime Internationally: Issues and Conundrums / Jon Garland and Corinne Funnell, abstract – 2. Conceptualising Hatred Globally: Is Hate Crime a Human Rights Violation? / Thomas Brudholm, abstract – 3. Hate Crime Concepts and Their Moral Foundations: A Universal Framework? / David Brax, abstract – 4. White Pride Worldwide: Constructing Global Identities Online / Barbara Perry and Ryan Scrivens, abstract – 5. Global Terrorism Events and Ensuing Hate Incidents / Kathryn Benier, abstract – 6. How ‘Hate’ Hurts Globally / Paul Iganski and Abe Sweiry, abstract – Part II. Global Issues, National Experiences – 7. Covered in Stigma? Exploring the Impacts of Islamophobic Hate Crime on Veiled Muslim Women Globally / Irene Zempi, abstract – 8. Hate crime in Transitional Societies: The Case of South Africa / Duncan Breen, Ingrid Lynch, Juan Nel, and Iole Matthews, abstract – 9. The Problematization of Hate Crime Legislation in Turkey: The Re-emergence of Legitimate Victims / Bengi Bezirgan, abstract – 10. Internationalizing Hate Crime and the Problem of the Intractable State: The Case of Ireland / Amanda Haynes and Jennifer Schweppe, abstract – 11. Do Some Identities Deserve More Protection Than Others? The Case of Anti-LGBT Hate Crime Laws in Poland / Piotr Godzisz and Dorota Pudzianowska, abstract – 12. Policing Hate Crime: Transferable Strategies for Improving Service Provision to Victims and Communities Internationally / Paul Giannasi and Nathan Hall, abstract – Part III. International Responses to Hate Crime – 13. National Monitoring of Hate Crime in Europe: The Case for a European Level Policy / Michael Whine, abstract – 14. The European Court of Human Rights and Discriminatory Violence Complaints / Jasmina Mačkić, abstract – 15. How Should We Legislate Against Hate Speech? Finding an International Model in a Globalised World / Viera Pejchal and Kimberley Brayson, abstract – 16. Regulating Hate Crime in the Digital Age / Chara Bakalis, abstract – 17. State-sponsored Hatred and Persecution on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation: The Role of International Criminal Law / Ruby Axelson, abstract – 18. Challenging Orthodoxy: Towards a Restorative Approach to Combating the Globalisation of Hate / Mark Austin Walters, abstract – Conclusion: Towards an International Response to Hate Crime / Jennifer Schweppe and Mark Austin Walters, abstract.
Gottfried, Paul E. Fascism: The Career of a Concept. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2016
Griffiths, Richard. What Did You Do During the War? The last throes of the British pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45. London: Routledge, 2016
Hawley, George. Right-Wing Critics of American Conservatism. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2016
Higuchi, Naoto. Japan’s Ultra-Right. Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press, 2016
Hochschild, Arlie Russell. Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right. New York: The New Press, 2016
Höglinger, Dominic. Politicizing European Integration. Struggling with the Awakening Giant. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
Islamophobia in Cyberspace: Hate Crimes Go Viral. Edited by Imran Awan. New York: Routledge, 2016. Contents: Introduction – Chapter 1 Cyber-Islamophobia and Internet Hate Crime / Imran Awan – Chapter 2 Virtual Islamophobia: The Eight Faces of Anti-Muslim Trolls on Twitter / Imran Awan – Chapter 3 The Normalisation of Islamophobia through Social Media: Facebook / Andre Oboler – Chapter 4 Online Hate and Political Activist Groups / Brian Blakemore – Chapter 5 The Media Impact of Online Islamophobia: An Analysis of the Woolwich Murder / Mohammed Rahman – Chapter 6 The Psychology of Online Islamophobia / Jane Prince – Chapter 7 Legislation and International Frameworks tackling Online Islamophobia / Ewan Kirk – Chapter 8 Policing Anti-Muslim Hate Crime on the Internet / Imran Awan – Chapter 9 The Experiences of Victims of Online Islamophobia / Jeane Gerard and Kate Whitfield – Chapter 10 Islamophobia, Hate Crime and the Internet / Imran Awan.
Jackson, Paul. Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Jou, Willy, and Masahisa Endo. Generational Gap in Japanese Politics: A Longitudinal Study of Political Attitudes and Behaviour. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Chapter previews.
Judis, John B. The Populist Explosion: How the Great Recession Transformed American and European Politics. New York: Columbia Global Reports, 2016
Kaplan, Robert D. In Europe’s Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond. New York and London: Random House, 2016
Koehler, Daniel. Right-Wing Terrorism in the 21st Century: The ‘National Socialist Underground and the History of Terror from the Far Right in Germany. London: Routledge, 2016
Lindstrom, Martin. Small Data: The Tiny Clues That Uncover Huge Trends. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2016
Martin, Benjamin G. The Nazi-Fascist New Order for European Culture. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 2016
Minorities under Attack: Othering and Right-Wing Extremism in Southeast European Societies. Edited by Sebastian Goll, Martin Mlinarić, and Johannes Gold. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz Verlag, 2016. Contents: Minorities under Attack: Othering and Right-Wing Extremism in Southeast European Societies / Sebastian Goll, Martin Mlinarić, and Johannes Gold – Measuring Interethnic Relations: A Quantitative Approximation on the Relations between Albanians and Serbs in post-UNMIK Kosovo (2008-2014) / Johannes Gold – Skopje 2014: Construction of a Nation and its Exclusionary Effects / Zhidas Daskalovski – The Exclusion of Minorities and the Construction of Identities: The Case of Anti-Ziganism in Kosovo / Claudia Lichnofsky – “For Homeland – ready!” World War II Remembrance Culture in Croatia / Jelena Kisić and Željana Tunić – Sexual Othering and Democracy in post-Yugoslav Societies: A Comparison of Dveri and U ime obitelji / Dragan Šljivić and Martin Mlinarić – Spray-Canned Discourses Reimagining Gender, Sexuality, and Citizenship Trough Linguistic Landscapes in the Balkans / Costas Canakis and Roswitha Kersten-Pejani? – On the Politics of Sexuality in Croatia during the 1990s, the Discourses that Shaped it and its Current Symptoms / Sanja Durin – Big Brother’s Big Bang: Debates and Developments on LGBT Issues in Albania since 1990 / Henry Ludwig – Right-Wing Extremism in Romania / Sebastian Goll – Network Analysis of Right-Wing Extremism in Hungary / Philipp Karl – Post-Yugoslavia’s “Political Wasteland” and the Radical Right: Between State Sponsored Nationalism and Neoliberal pro-European Reform Course / Dorde Tomić – Beyond the Fringe: Unfolding the Dynamics of Golden Dawn’s rise / Maik Fielitz – The Extreme Right Wing in Bulgaria / Antony Todorov.
Moffitt, Benjamin. The Global Rise of Populism: Performance, Political Style, and Representation. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2016
Mondon, Aurélien. The Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right in France and Australia. A Populist Hegemony? London and New York: Routledge, 2016
Mudde, Cas. On Extremism and Democracy in Europe. New York: Routledge, 2016
Müller, Jan-Werner. What is populism? Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016
Neiwert, David. The Eliminationists: How Hate Talk Radicalized the American Right. Paradigm Publishers, 2009; republished by Routledge in 2016
The New Russian Nationalism: Imperialism, Ethnicity and Authoritarianism 2000-15. Edited by Pål Kolstø and Helge Blakkisrud. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016. Contents: Introduction: Russian nationalism is back – but precisely what does that mean? / Pål Kolstø – 1. The ethnification of Russian nationalism / Pål Kolstø – 2. The imperial syndrome and its influence on Russian nationalism / Emil Pain – 3. Radical nationalists from the start of Medvedev’s presidency to the war in Donbas: true till death? / Alexander Verkhovsky – 4. Russian ethnic nationalism and religion today / Nastasia Mitrofanova – 5. Everyday nationalism in Russia in European context: Moscow residents’ perceptions of ethnic minority migrants and migration / Natalya Kosmarskaya and Igor Savin – 6. Backing the USSR 2.0: Russia’s ethnic minorities and expansionist ethnic Russian nationalism / Mikhail Alexseev – 7. Rallying ’round the leader more than the flag: changes in Russian nationalist public opinion 2013-14 / Mikhail A. Alexseev and Henry E. Hale – 8. How nationalism and machine politics mix in Russia / Henry E. Hale – 9. Blurring the boundary between civic and ethnic: the Kremlin’s new approach to national identity under Putin’s third term / Helge Blakkisrud – 10. Russia as an anti-liberal European civilisation / Marlene Laruelle – 11. Ethnicity and nationhood on Russian state-aligned television: contextualising geopolitical crisis / Stephen Hutchings and Vera Tolz – 12. The place of economics in Russian national identity debates / Peter Rutland.
Pai, Hsiao-Hung. Angry White People: Coming Face-to-Face with the British Far Right. London: Zed Books, 2016
Pilkington, Hilary. Loud and proud: Passion and politics in the English Defence League. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016
Politicising Europe: Integration and Mass Politics. Edited by Swen Hutter, Edgar Grande, and Hanspeter Kriesi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Contents: Part I. Theory and Methods – 1. Introduction: European integration and the challenge of politicisation / Edgar Grande and Swen Hutter – 2. Exploring politicisation: design and methods / Martin Dolezal, Edgar Grande, and Swen Hutter – Part II. Mapping the Politicisation of European Integration – 3. The politicisation of Europe in public debates on major integration steps / Edgar Grande and Swen Hutter – 4. Is the giant still asleep? The politicisation of Europe in the national electoral arena / Edgar Grande and Swen Hutter – 5. Protesting European integration: politicisation from below? / Martin Dolezal, Swen Hutter, and Regina Becker – Part III. Driving Forces and Consequences of Politicisation – 6. Constitutive issues as driving forces of politicisation? / Swen Hutter, Daniela Braun, and Alena Kerscher – 7. The radical right as driving force in the electoral arena? / Martin Dolezal and Johan Hellström – 8. Framing Europe: are cultural-identitarian frames driving politicisation? / Edgar Grande, Swen Hutter, Alena Kerscher, and Regina Becker – 9. Politicisation, conflicts and the structuring of the EU political space / Simon Maag and Hanspeter Kriesi – 10. The euro crisis: a boost to the politicisation of European integration? / Hanspeter Kriesi and Edgar Grande – Part IV. Conclusions – 11. Conclusions: the postfunctionalists were (almost) right / Edgar Grande and Hanspeter Kriesi – Methodological appendix: measuring politicisation, benchmarks and data / Swen Hutter.
Populist Political Communication in Europe. Edited by Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Carsten Reinemann, Jesper Strömbäck, and Claes De Vreese. London: Routledge, 2016. Contents: Part I: Introduction and Conceptual Challenges – 1. Introduction: Comprehending Populist Political Communication / Toril Aalberg and Claes H. de Vreese – 2. Populist Political Communication: Towards a Model of Its Causes, Forms, and Effects / Carsten Reinemann, Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Jesper Strömbäck, and Claes H. de Vreese – Part II: Populist Political Communication in Northern Europe – 3. Denmark: The Rise of the Danish People’s Party / Christian Martin Bächler and David Nicolas Hopmann – 4. Finland: From Agrarian to Right-Wing Populism / Ov Cristian Norocel – 5. Norway: Populism From Anti-Tax Movement to Government Party / Anders R. Jupskås, Elisabeth Ivarsflaten, Bente Kalsnes, and Toril Aalberg – 6. Sweden: No longer a European Exception / Jesper Strömbäck, Ann-Cathrine Jungar, and Stefan Dahlberg – Part III: Populist Political Communication in Western Europe – 7. Austria: Candidate-Centered and Anti-Immigrant Right-Wing Populism / Desirée Schmuck, Jörg Matthes, and Hajo Boomgaarden – 8. Belgium: The Rise and Fall of Populism Research / Benjamin De Cleen and Peter Van Aelst – 9. Germany: Is the Populism Laggard Catching Up? / Nayla Fawzi, Magdalena Obermaier, and Carsten Reinemann – 10. Ireland: The Rise of Populism on the left and Among Independents / Jane Suiter – 11. The Netherlands: A Heartland Full of Insights Into Populist Communication / Michael Hameleers, Linda Bos, and Claes H. de Vreese – 12. Switzerland: Favorable Conditions for Growing Populism / Nicole Ernst, Sven Engesser, and Frank Esser – 13. The United Kingdom: Hybrid Populisms, Mixed Fortunes, and Unstable Support / James Stanyer, Cristina Archetti, and Lone Sorensen – Part IV: Populist Political Communication in Southern Europe – 14. France: The Reluctance to use the Word Populism as a Concept / Nicolas Hubé and Naomi Truan – 15. Greece: Populism Between Left and Right / Stylianos Papathanassopoulos, Iliana Giannouli, and Ioannis Andreadis – 16. Israel: Right-Wing Populism and Beyond / Naama Weiss and Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt – 17. Italy: A Breeding Ground for Populist Political Communication / Giuliano Bobba and Guido Legnante – 18. Portugal: Discreet Populisms Amid Unfavorable Contexts and Stigmatization / Susana Salgado and José Pedro Zúquete – 19. Spain: Populism From the Far Right to the Emergence of Podemos / Karen B. Sanders, Rosa Berganza, and Roberto de Miguel – Part V: Populist Political Communication in Eastern Europe – 20. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Populism in Transition / Nedžma Džananović and Mia Karamehić – 21. Croatia: The Rise of Populism on the Path From Communism to European Integration / Marko Mustapić and Ivan Hrstić – 22. Czech Republic: The Rise of Populism From the Fringes to the Mainstream / Ondřej Císař and Václav Štětka – 23. Hungary: Home of Empty Populism / Péter Csigó and Norbert Merkovity – 24. Poland: A Fourth Wave of Populism? / Agnieszka Stępińska, Artur Lipiński, Agnieszka Hess, and Dorota Piontek – 25. Romania: Populist Ideology Without Teeth / Nicoleta Corbu, Delia Balaban-Bălaş, and Elena Negrea-Busuioc – 26. Slovenia: Populism as Political Marketing / Jernej Amon Prodnik and Boris Mance – Part VI: Conclusions – 27. Populist Actors as Communicators or Political Actors as Populist Communicators: Cross-National Findings and Perspectives / James Stanyer, Susana Salgado, and Jesper Strömbäck – 28. Populism and the Media: Cross-National Findings and Perspectives / Frank Esser, Agnieszka Stępińska, and David Nicolas Hopmann – 29. Citizens and Populist Political Communication: Cross-National Findings and Perspectives / Carsten Reinemann, Jörg Matthes, and Tamir Sheafer.
The Populist Radical Right: A Reader. Edited by Cas Mudde. London: Routledge, 2016. Contents: Introduction: The Populist Radical Right Today / Cas Mudde – Part I Ideology and Issues – Chapter 1. Interregnum or Endgame? The Radical Right in the ‘Post-Fascist’ Era / Roger Griffin – Chapter 2. Party Ideology / Elisabeth Carter – Chapter 3. Against the Current-Stemming the Tide: The Nostalgic Ideology of the Contemporary Radical Populist Right / Hans-Georg Betz and Carol Johnson – Chapter 4. A New Winning Formula? The Programmatic Appeal of the Radical Right / Sarah L. De Lange – Chapter 5. The European Extreme-Right and Islam: New Directions? / José Pedro Zúquete – Chapter 6. European Integration and the Radical Right: Three Patterns of Opposition / Sofia Vasilopoulou – Part II Parties, Organizations and Subcultures – Chapter 7. Right-Wing Extremism in Post-War Europe / Klaus von Beyme – Chapter 8. New Populist Parties in Europe / Paul Taggart – Chapter 9. Modern European Democracies and Its Enemies: The Threat of the Extreme Right / Ami Pedahzur and Leonard Weinberg – Chapter 10. Racist Extremism in Central and Eastern Europe / Cas Mudde – Chapter 11. Conservative and Right-Wing Movements / Kathleen M. Blee and Kimberly A. Creasap – Part III Leaders, Members and Voters – Chapter 12. The Rebirth of Charisma? The Cases of Jean-Marie Le Pen and Vladimir Zhirinovsky / Roger Eatwell – Chapter 13. Extreme Right Activists: Recruitment and Experiences / Bert Klandermans – Chapter 14. Becoming a Racist: Women in Contemporary Ku Klux Klan and Neo-Nazi Groups / Kathleen Blee – Chapter 15. Electoral Sociology – Who Votes for the Extreme Right and Why – and When? / Kai Arzheimer – Chapter 16. The Radical Right Gender Gap / Terri Givens – Part IV Causes – Chapter 17. The Silent Counter-Revolution: Hypotheses on the Emergence of Extreme Right-Wing Parties in Europe / Piero Ignazi – Chapter 18. The New Politics of Resentment: Radical Right-wing Populism in Western Europe / Hans-Georg Betz – Chapter 19. The Contemporary Radical Right: An Interpretative and Explanatory Framework / Herbert Kitschelt (in collaboration with A. J. McGann) – Chapter 20. The Radical Right in Postsocialist Central and Eastern Europe: Comparative Observations and Interpretations / Michael Minkenberg – Chapter 21. Ten Theories of the Extreme Right / Roger Eatwell – Chapter 22. The Populist Radical Right: A Pathological Normalcy / Cas Mudde – Part V Consequences – Chapter 23. The Radical Right in Public Office: Agenda-Setting and Policy Effects / Michael Minkenberg – Chapter 24. The Extreme-Right and Immigration Policy-Making: Measuring Direct and Indirect Effects / Martin A. Schain – Chapter 25. Contagious Parties: Anti-Immigration Parties and Their Impact On Other Parties’ Immigration Stances in Contemporary Western Europe / Joost van Spanje – Chapter 26. Comparing Radical Right Parties in Government: Immigration and Integration Policies in Nine Countries (1996-2010) / Tjitske Akkerman – Chapter 27. Populism and Liberal Democracy: Populists in Government in Austria, Italy, Poland and Switzerland / Daniele Albertazzi and Sean Mueller – Chapter 28. Three Decades of Populist Radical Right Parties in Western Europe: So What? / Cas Mudde – Part VI Responses – 29. Patterns of Response to the Extreme Right in Western Europe / Jaap Van Donselaar – Chapter 30. Between Adaptation, Differentiation and Distinction: Extreme Right-Wing Parties Within Democratic Political Systems / Alexandre Dézé – Chapter 31. Reacting to the Radical Right: Lessons from Germany and Austria / David Art – Chapter 32. New Alliances: Why Mainstream Parties Govern With Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties / Sarah L. De Lange – Conclusion: Studying Populist Radical Right Parties and Politics in the 21st Century / Cas Mudde. Chapter abstracts.
Potter, Pamela M. Art of Suppression: Confronting the Nazi Past in Histories of the Visual and Performing Arts. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2016.
Pytlas, Bartek. Radical Right Parties in Central and Eastern Europe: Mainstream Party Competition and Electoral Fortune. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2016
Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. Contents: 1. Introduction. Inclusion and mainstreaming: Radical right-wing populist parties in the new millennium / Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn – Part I. Comparative analyses – 2. Into the mainstream? A comparative analysis of the programmatic profiles of radical right-wing populist parties in Western Europe over time / Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn – 3. Closing the gap? A comparison of voters for radical right-wing populist parties and mainstream parties over time / Matthijs Rooduijn – Part II. Case-studies – 4. The mainstreaming of the Austrian Freedom Party: The more things change… / Reinhard Heinisch and Kristina Hauser – 5. The Danish People’s Party: Combining cooperation and radical positions / Flemming Juul Christiansen – 6. From the mainstream to the margin? The radicalisation of the True Finns / Ann-Cathrine Jungar – 7. The Party for Freedom: Balancing between mission, votes and office / Tjitske Akkerman – 8. The taming of the shrew. How the Progress Party (almost) became part of the mainstream / Anders Ravik Jupskås – 9. Staying away from the mainstream. The case of the Swiss People’s Party / Oscar Mazzoleni – 10. It is still a long way from Madou Square to Law Street. The evolution of the Flemish Bloc. / Paul Lucardie, Tjitske Akkerman, and Teun Pauwels – 11. A new course for the French radical right? The Front National and ‘de-demonisation’ / Gilles Ivaldi – 12. The UK Independence Party: The dimensions of mainstreaming / Simon Usherwood – 13. Conclusions / Tjitske Akkerman. Chapter abstracts.
Rethinking Antifascism: History, Memory and Politics, 1922 to the Present. Edited by Hugo García, Mercedes Yusta, Xavier Tabet, and Cristina Clímaco. New York: Berghahn Books, 2016. Contents: Introduction – Beyond Revisionism: Rethinking Antifascism in the Twenty-First Century / Hugo García, Mercedes Yusta, Xavier Tabet, and Cristina Clímaco – Part I: Historical Antifascism, 1922-1945: New Perspectives, New Research Topics – Chapter 1. Freedom for Thälmann! The Comintern and the Orchestration of the Campaign to Free Ernst Thälmann, 1933-39 / Anson Rabinbach – Chapter 2. Was the French Popular Front Antifascist? / Michael Seidman – Chapter 3. ‘Beyond Cable Street’: New Approaches to the Historiography of Antifascism in Britain in the 1930s / Tom Buchanan – Chapter 4. Searching for Antifascism: Historiography, the Crisis of the Liberal State and the Birth of Fascism and Antifascism in Italy, Spain and Portugal / Giulia Albanese – Chapter 5. Was there an Antifascist Culture in Spain during the 1930s? / Hugo García – Chapter 6. Portugal within the European Antifascist Movement, 1922-39 / Cristina Clímaco – Chapter 7. The Argentine Antifascist Movement and the Building of a Tempting Domestic Appeal, 1922-46 / Andrés Bisso – Chapter 8. Women and Antifascism: Historiographical and Methodological Approaches / Isabelle Richet – Chapter 9. The Strained Courtship between Antifascism and Feminism: from the Women’s World Committee (1934) to the Women’s International Democratic Federation (1945) / Mercedes Yusta – Part II: Political Uses, Memory Wars and Revisionism from 1945 to the Present – Chapter 10. From Antifascistas to PAF: Lexical and Political Interpretations of American International Brigaders in Spain and World War II / Robert S. Coale – Chapter 11. An Antifascist Political Identity? On the Cult of Antifascism in the Soviet Union and post-Socialist Russia / José María Faraldo – Chapter 12. The Burden of the Rear-view Mirror: Myth and Historiography of Republican Antifascism in France / Gilles Vergnon – Chapter 13. Did Revisionism Win? Italy between Loss of Historical Consciousness and Nostalgia for the Past / Stéphanie Prezioso – Chapter 14. Antifascism and the Resistance: Public Debates and Politics of Memory in Italy from the 1990s to Today / Filippo Focardi – Chapter 15. In Search of the Lost Narrative: Antifascism and Democracy in Present Day Spain / Javier Muñoz Soro – Chapter 16. Dictatorship and Revolution: Disputes over Collective Memory in Post-Authoritarian Portugal / Manuel Loff and Luciana Soutelo – Chapter 17. Antifascism between Collective Memory and Historical Revisions / Enzo Traverso.
The Rise of the Far Right in Europe: Populist Shifts and ‘Othering.’ Edited by Lazaridis Gabriella, Giovanna Campani, and Annie Benveniste. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Contents: Introduction / Annie Benveniste (et al.) – Neo-fascism from the Twentieth Century to the Third Millennium: The Case of Italy / Giovanna Campani – Far-Right Movements in France: The Principal Role of Front National and the Rise of Islamophobia / Annie Benveniste (et al.) – Hegemonic Discourses of Difference and Inequality: Right-Wing Organisations in Austria / Birgit Sauer (et al.) – Right-wing Populism in Denmark: People, Nation and Welfare in the Construction of the ‘Other’ / Birte Siim (et al.) – Populism in the Slovenian Context: Between Ethno-Nationalism and Re-Traditionalisation / Mojca Pajnik (et al.) – The Post-Communist Rise of National Populism: Bulgarian Paradoxes / Anna Krasteva – Posing for Legitimacy? Identity and Praxis of Far-Right Populism in Greece / Gabriella Lazaridis (et al.) – Majority Identitarian Populism in Britain / Gabriella Lazaridis (et al.). Chapter previews.
Roberts, David D. Fascist Interactions: Proposals for a New Approach to Fascism and Its Era, 1919-1945. New York: Berghahn Books, 2016
Ruotsila, Markku. Fighting Fundamentalist: Carl McIntire and the Politicization of American Fundamentalism. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Chapter abstracts.
Saraiva, Tiago. Fascist Pigs: Technoscientific Organisms and the History of Fascism. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2016
Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion. Edited by Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell, and Olivier Roy. London: Hurst & Company, 2016. Contents: Introduction: Populism and Religion / Nadia Marzouki and Duncan McDonnell – The Lega Nord: The New Saviour of Northern Italy / Duncan McDonnell – The ‘Religious Conversion’ of the Austrian Populist Radical Right / Leila Hadj-Abdou – Populism and Islam in Switzerland / Oscar Mazzoleni – Using Faith to Exclude / Stijn van Kessel – The French National Front: From Christian Identity to Laicité / Olivier Roy – Religion and Populism in Britain / Timothy Peace – Defenders of the Cross / Ben Stanley – ‘The God of Hungarians’ / Zoltán Ádám and András Bozóki – The Tea Party and Religion: Between Religious and Historical Fundamentalism / Nadia Marzouki – ‘We Are Also the (Chosen) People, You Are Not’ / Dani Filc – Beyond Populism: The Conservative Right, the Courts, the Churches and the Concept of a Christian Europe / Olivier Roy.
Shitrit, Lihi Ben. Righteous Transgressions: Women’s Activism on the Israeli and Palestinian Religious Right. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016.
Shoshan, Nitzan. The Management of Hate: Nation, Affect, and the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in Germany. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2016
Tang, Wenfang. Populist Authoritarianism: Chinese Political Culture and Regime Sustainability. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016
Thomlinson, Natalie. Race, Ethnicity and the Women’s Movement in England, 1968-1993. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016 [4. White Anti-Racist, Anti-Fascist and Anti-Imperialist Feminism, c. 1976-1980, 132-160]
Trouble on the far right: contemporary right-wing strategies and practices in Europe. Edited by Maik Fielitz and Laura Lotte Laloire. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2016. Contents: Trouble on the Far Right: Introductory Remarks, by Maik Fielitz and Laura Lotte Laloire | 13; Europe’s Far Right in Flux, by Liz Fekete | 27; No One-Trick Ponies: The Multifaceted Appeal of the Populist Radical Right, by Stijn van Kessel | 37; The Far Right in Austria: Small on the Streets, Big in Parliament, by Bernhard Weidinger | 43; The Turning Fortunes of Romania’s Far Right: The Rise and Fall of Greater Romania Party, by Mihnea-Simion Stoica | 49; Svoboda and the Restructuring of Ukrainian Nationalism, by Mathias Schmidt | 55; Don’t Call Me Right! The Strategy of Normalization in German Right-Wing Extremism, by Holger Marcks | 65; On Patrol with the New German Vigilantes, by Oliver Saal | 73; CasaPound Italia: The Fascist Hybrid, by Heiko Koch | 79; Who are ‘They’?: Continuities and Changes in the Discourse of CasaPound Italia on Migration and Otherness, by Caterina Froio | 87; What’s in the Mind of the Neo-Nazi Next Door? A Personal Reflection on the Rise and Persistence of Golden Dawn in Greece, by Angélique Kourounis | 97; Preparing for (Intellectual) Civil War: The New Right in Austria and Germany, by Natascha Strobl and Julian Bruns | 105; The Strategy of the French Identitaires: Entering Politics through the Media, by Samuel Bouron | 111; Arguing with the Nouvelle Droite: Substantive Debate, Partisan Polemics or Truth-Seeking? by Tamir Bar-On | 117; Black Sheep in a Far-Right Zoo? Fethullah Gülen’s Strategy of ‘Non-Violence’, by Laura Lotte Laloire | 125; Women and their Rights in the Nationalists’ Strategies: Abortion as a Contentious Issue in the Polish ‘Culture War’, by Halina Gasiorowska | 135; A Warfare Mindset: Right-Wing Extremism and ‘Counter-State Terror’ as a Threat for Western Democracies, by Daniel Koehler | 147; Right-Wing Terrorism and Hate Crime in the UK: A Historical Perspective, by Alex Carter | 155; Patterns of Far-Right and Anti-Muslim Mobilization in the United Kingdom, by Graham Macklin | 165; But – Where Do These People Come From? The (Re)Emergence of Radical Nationalism in Finland, by Oula Silvennoinen | 173; The Far Right in Latvia: Should We Be Worried? by Matthew Kott | 179-187; The Achilles’ Heel of Bulgaria’s Patriotic Front, by Yordan Kutiyski | 189; The Changing Faces of Neo-Nazism: Militant Far-Right Activism in Greece, by Maik Fielitz | 195; List of Contributors | 205.
Understanding Populist Party Organisation: The Radical Right in Western Europe. Edited by Reinhard Heinisch and Oscar Mazzoleni. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Contents: Introduction / Reinhard Heinisch (et al.) – 1. The Austrian Freedom Party: Organizational Development and Leadership Change / Reinhard Heinisch – 2. The Vlaams Belang: Party Organization and Party Dynamics / Emilie Haute (et al.) – 3. The Swiss People’s Party: Converting and Enhancing Organization by a New Leadership / Oscar Mazzoleni (et al.) – 4. The Italian Lega Nord / Duncan McDonnell (et al.) – 5. The French Front National: Organizational Change and Adaptation from Jean-Marie to Marine Le Pen / Gilles Ivaldi (et al.) – 6. The Norwegian Progress Party: Between a Business Firm and a Mass Party / Anders Ravik Jupskås – 7. The Sweden Democrats / Ann-Cathrine Jungar – 8. Comparing Populist Organizations / Reinhard Heinisch (et al.). Chapter previews.
Vance, J. D. Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis. New York: Harper Collins, 2016
Vossen, Koen. The Power of Populism: Geert Wilders and the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands. London: Routledge, 2016
Yilmaz, Ferruh. How the Workers Became Muslims: Immigration, Culture, and Hegemonic Transformation in Europe. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2016
Zempi, Irene, and Imran Awan. Islamophobia: lived experiences of online and offline victimisation. Bristol: The Policy Press, 2016
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Anttila, Salla. “Making Substantive Claims: The Representation of Immigrant Interests in Political Blogs in Sweden and Finland.” Master thesis, University of Helsinki, 2016. Full text.
Bell, Devon M. “The Sovereign Citizen Movement: The Shifting Ideological Winds.” M.A., Naval Postgraduate School, 2016. Full text.
Bergman, Matthew Edward. “No More Mr. Niche Guy: Multidimensional Issue Voting in Proportional Electoral Systems.” Ph.D., University of California – San Diego, 2016. Full text.
Danielson, John Taylor. “Migration, Nationalism, and the Welfare State.” Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2016. Full text.
De Waele, Maarten. “Angry white rebel? Study on the mechanisms and processes of participation in extreme-right groups.” Ph.D., Universiteit Gent, 2016. Full text.
Desan, Mathieu Hikaru. “‘Order, Authority, Nation’: Neo-Socialism and the Fascist Destiny of an Anti-Fascist Discourse.” Ph.D, University of Michigan, 2016. Full text.
Eriksen, Pernille Holmsgaard. “Radical Right Populist Parties and the use of Religion in Rhetoric: A textual analysis of the framing strategies used by the Danish People’s Party and the Sweden Democrats when constructing Islam as a religious threat.” Master thesis, Stockholm University, 2016. Full text.
Gachet, Emma. “The Giant Wakes Up – The Front National’s Politicisation Strategy and the French Eurosceptic Punch in the 2014 European Parliament Elections.” Master thesis, Leiden University, 2016. Full text.
Glasmeier, Ruth Katharina. “PEGIDA: Fearful patriots or rightwing radicals?” Master’s Thesis, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2016. Full text.
Graeber, John David. “Costly citizenship: The supply and demand of political membership in Europe, 1970-2014.” Ph.D., University of Texas – Austin, 2016.
Hargreaves, Julian. “Islamophobia: Reality or Myth?” Ph.D., Lancaster University, 2016. Full text.
Harteveld, Eelco. “Daring to vote right: Why men are more likely than women to vote for the radical right.” Ph.D., University of Amsterdam, 2016. Full text.
Hawi, Bildad. “Information Technology As A Driver Of International Terrorism: A Case Study Of Social Media And Youth In Kenya.” Master thesis, University of Nairobi, 2016. Full text.
Hyttinen, Anniina. “‘We are Attila’s grandchildren and Árpád’s children!’ Constructing the Jobbikian nationhood during the Hungarian National Day gatherings.” Master thesis, University of Helsinki, 2016. Full text.
Jafari, Shadi. “Constraints on Diplomacy: The Rise of Right-Wing Political Cultures in Israel.” Master thesis, University of California, 2016. Full text.
Jakob, Jana Mariella. “Terror’s Motor: How Shame and Humiliation Turn the Spiral of Violence.” Master thesis, Uppsala University, 2016. Full text.
Jong, Samuel. “Bridging the gap: Do ideological differences determine whether center-right parties cooperate with the radical right?” Master thesis, Leiden University, 2016. Full text.
Longpre, Nicole Marion. “Anti-Immigrationism and Conservatism in Britain, 1955-1981.” Ph.D., Columbia University, 2016. Full text.
Lundström, Tomas. “‘Let us build an ark!’: Jonas De Geer and the negotiation of religion within radical nationalism.” Master thesis, Uppsala University, 2016. Full text.
Madisson, Mari-Liis. “The Semiotic Construction of Identities in Hypermedia Environments: The Analysis of Online Communication of the Estonian Extreme Right.” Ph.D., Tartu University, 2016. Full text.
Mallet, Audrey. “Vichy against Vichy: History and Memory of the Second World War in the Former Capital of the État français from 1940 to the Present.” Ph.D., Concordia University, 2016. Full text.
Marinos, Martin. “From socialist humanism to neoliberal populism: Two regimes of media in late and post-socialist Europe.” Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2016. Full text.
Ramswell, Prebble. “Fascism Revisited or Millennial Eurosceptic Populism? Analysis and Rationale for a New Political Movement in the 21st Century.” Ph.D., The University of Southern Mississippi, 2016. Full text.
Steenvoorden, Eefje H. “Societal pessimism: A study of its conceptualization, causes, correlates and consequences.” Ph.D., University of Amsterdam, 2016. Full text.
Triantafillou, George. “Golden Dawn and Front National: A Comparison of Ideological Discourse.” Master thesis, University of Ottawa, 2016. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Abou-Chadi, Tarik. “Niche Party Success and Mainstream Party Policy Shifts – How Green and Radical Right Parties Differ in Their Impact.” British Journal of Political Science 46.2 (2016): 417-436. Abstract.
Ádám, Zoltán, and Andras Bozóki. “State and Faith: Right-wing Populism and Nationalized Religion in Hungary.” Intersections 2.1 (2016): 98-122. Full text.
Ágh, Attila. “The Decline of Democracy in East-Central Europe: Hungary as the Worst-Case Scenario.” Problems of Post-Communism 63.5-6 (2016): 277-287. Abstract.
Aguilar, Paloma, and Francisco Ferrándiz. “Memory, media and spectacle: Interviú’s portrayal of Civil War exhumations in the early years of Spanish democracy.” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 17.1 (2016): 1-25. Abstract and funding.
Ajanovic, Edma, Stefanie Mayer, and Birgit Sauer. “Spaces of Right-Wing Populism and Anti Muslim Racism in Austria.” Politologický časopis – Czech Journal of Political Science 23.2 (2016): 131-148. Abstract.
Akbarzadeh, Shahram. “The Muslim Question in Australia: Islamophobia and Muslim Alienation.” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 36.3 (2016): 323-333. Abstract.
Alvares, Claudia, and Peter Dahlgren. “Populism, extremism and media: Mapping an uncertain terrain.” European Journal of Communication 31.1 (2016): 46-57. Full text.
Armillei, Riccardo. “The institutional concealment of the Romanies’ culture: the ongoing legacy of Fascist Italy.” Social Identities 22.5 (2016): 502-520. Abstract.
Asal, Victor, Steven M. Chermak, Sarah Fitzgerald, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Organizational-Level Characteristics in Right-Wing Extremist Groups in the United States Over Time.” Criminal Justice Review, First Published February 22, 2016. Abstract.
Aslanidis, Paris. “Is Populism an Ideology? A Refutation and a New Perspective.” Political Studies 64.1S (April 2016): 88-104. Full text.
Aslanidis, Paris. “Populist social movements of the Great Recession.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21.3 (2016): 301-321. Abstract.
Aslanidis, Paris, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Dealing with populists in government: the SYRIZA-ANEL coalition in Greece.” Democratization 23.6 (2016): 1077-1091. Abstract.
Awan, Imran. “Islamophobia on Social Media: A Qualitative Analysis of the Facebook’s Walls of Hate.” International Journal of Cyber Criminology 10.1 (January-June 2016): 1-20. Full text.
Baier, Walter. “Europe on the Precipice: The Crisis of the Neoliberal Order and the Ascent of Right-Wing Populism.” New Labor Forum 25.3 (September 2016): 48-55. First page.
“Banal nationalism 20 years on” [special issue]. Edited by Natalie Koch and Anssi Paasi. Political Geography 54 (2016). Contents: Banal Nationalism 20 years on: Re-thinking, re-formulating and re-contextualizing the concept / Natalie Koch and Anssi Paasi, abstract – Warm nationalism: Mapping and imagining the Jordanian nation / Karen Culcasi, abstract – Dancing on the graves: Independence, hot/banal nationalism and the mobilization of memory / Anssi Paasi, full text – The ‘everyday’ of banal nationalism – Ordinary people’s views on Italy and Italian / Marco Antonsich, full text – Is nationalism just for nationals? Civic nationalism for noncitizens and celebrating National Day in Qatar and the UAE / Natalie Koch, abstract – Affective nationalism: Banalities of belonging in Azerbaijan / Elisabeth Militz and Carolin Schurr, full text – Fear, feminist geopolitics and the hot and banal / Jenna Christian, Lorraine Dowler, and Dana Cuomo, abstract – [commentary] An interview with Professor Michael Billig / Klaus Dodds, first page preview – [editorial] Donald Trump and the white-male dissonance machine / Sam Page and Jason Dittmer, full text – [editorial] “Making America great again”?: The fascist body politics of Donald Trump / Banu Gökarıksel and Sara Smith.
Bangstad, Sindre. “Norwegian Right-Wing Discourses: Extremism Post-Utøya.” In Fear of Muslims. International Perspectives on Islamophobia. Edited by Douglas Pratt and Rachel Woodlock. Cham: Springer, 2016. 231-250. Chapter abstract and references.
Banks, Antoine J. “Are Group Cues Necessary? How Anger Makes Ethnocentrism Among Whites a Stronger Predictor of Racial and Immigration Policy Opinions.” Political Behavior 38.3 (2016): 635-657. Abstract and references. Supplementary material.
Baur, Robert, Eva G. T. Green, and Marc Helbling. “Immigration-related political culture and support for radical right parties.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42.11 (2016): 1748-1773. Abstract and funding.
Ben-David, Anat, and Ariadna Matamoros-Fernandez. “Hate Speech and Covert Discrimination on Social Media: Monitoring the Facebook Pages of Extreme-Right Political Parties in Spain.” International Journal of Communication 10 (2016): 1167-1193. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Berman, Sheri. “Populism Is Not Fascism: But It Could Be a Harbinger.” Foreign Affairs (November/December 2016). Extract.
Bernhard, Laurent. “The 2015 Swiss federal elections: the radical right strikes back.” West European Politics 39.4 (2016): 879-889. First page.
Berning, Carl C., and Elmar Schlueter. “The dynamics of radical right-wing populist party preferences and perceived group threat: A comparative panel analysis of three competing hypotheses in the Netherlands and Germany.” Social Science Research 55 (January 2016): 83-93. Abstract.
Beyens, Stefanie, Paul Lucardie, and Kris Deschouwer. “The Life and Death of New Political Parties in the Low Countries.” West European Politics 39.2 (2016): 257-277. Abstract and funding.
Bobba, Giuliano, and Duncan McDonnell. “Different Types of Right-Wing Populist Discourse in Government and Opposition: The Case of Italy.” South European Society and Politics 21.3 (2016):281-299. Full text and here and here and here.
Bohman, Andrea, and Mikael Hjerm. “In the wake of radical right electoral success: a cross-country comparative study of anti-immigration attitudes over time.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42.11 (2016): 1729-1747. Abstract and funding.
Bonikowski, Bart. “Nationalism in Settled Times.” Annual Review of Sociology 42 (2016): 427-449. Full text.
Bonikowski, Bart, and Noam Gidron. “Multiple Traditions in Populism Research: Toward a Theoretical Synthesis.” APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter 26.12 (2016): 7-14. Full text.
Bonikowski, Bart, and Noam Gidron. “The populist style in American politics: Presidential campaign discourse, 1952-1996.” Social Forces 94.4 (2016): 1593-1621. Abstract.
Bonikowski, Bart, and Paul DiMaggio. “Varieties of American Popular Nationalism.” American Sociological Review 81.5 (2016): 949-980. Full text.
Bozoki, András. “Mainstreaming the Far Right: Cultural Politics in Hungary.” Revue D Etudes Comparatives Est-Ouest 47.4 (2016): 87-116. Full text.
Bush, Barbara. “Feminising empire? British women’s activist networks in defending and challenging empire from 1918 to decolonisation.” Women’s History Review 25.4 (2016): 499-519. Full text.
Caiani, Manuela, and Paolo R. Graziano. “Varieties of populism: insights from the Italian case.” Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica 46.2 (2016): 243-267. Full text.
Caiani, Manuela, and Rossella Borri. “Beyond Party Politics: The Search for a Unified Approach Research on Radical Right-Wing Movements in Europe.” Social Movement Studies in Europe: The State of the Art. Edited by Olivier Fillieule and Guya Accornero. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2016. 69-85. Chapter abstract.
Careja, Romana, Christian Elmelund-Præstekær, Michael Baggesen Klitgaard, and Erik Gahner Larsen. “Direct and indirect welfare chauvinism as party strategies: an analysis of the Danish People’s Party.” Scandinavian Political Studies 39.4 (2016): 435-57. Full text and here.
Carvalho, João. “The impact of extreme-right parties on immigration policy in Italy and France in the early 2000s.” Comparative European Politics 14.5 (2016): 663-685. Abstract and references.
Chakraborti, Neil. “Mind the Gap! Making Stronger Connections between Hate Crime Policy and Scholarship.” Criminal Justice Policy Review 27.6 (2016): 577-589. Abstract.
Chamedes, Giuliana. “The Vatican, Nazi-Fascism, and the Making of Transnational Anti-communism in the 1930s.” Journal of Contemporary History 51.2 (2016): 261-290. Abstract.
Clarke, Harold, Paul Whiteley, Walter Borges, David Sanders, and Marianne Stewart. “Modelling the dynamics of support for a right-wing populist party: the case of UKIP.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 26.2 (2016): 135-154. Full text and here.
Clarke, Renfrey. “The Donbass in 2014: Ultra-right threats, working-class revolt, and Russian policy responses.” International Critical Thought 6.4 (2016): 534-555. Abstract.
“Contemporary Far Right Racist Populism in Europe” [special issue]. Journal of Intercultural Studies 37.6 (2016). Contents: Introduction: Contemporary Far-Right Racist Populism in Europe, by Ulrike M. Vieten and Scott Poynting, 533-540, full text – PEGIDA: Understanding the Emergence and Essence of Nativist Protest in Dresden, by Fabian Virchow, 541-555, abstract – Anti-Islamic PEGIDA Beyond Germany: Explaining Differences in Mobilisation, by Lars Erik Berntzen and Manès Weisskircher, 556-573, abstract – True Finns and Non-True Finns: The Minority Rights Discourse of Populist Politics in Finland, by Östen Wahlbeck, 574-588, abstract – Violence and Extreme-right Activism: The Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn in a Greek Rural Community, by Michalis Petrou and George Kandylis, 589-604, abstract – What Is New about Dutch Populism? Dutch Colonialism, Hierarchical Citizenship and Contemporary Populist Debates and Policies in the Netherlands, by Guno Jones, 605-620, full text – Far Right Populism and Women: The Normalisation of Gendered Anti-Muslim Racism and Gendered Culturalism in the Netherlands, by Ulrike M. Vieten, 621-636, abstract – Identifying Common Patterns of Discourse and Strategy among the New Extremist Movements in Europe: The Case of the English Defence League and the Bloc Identitaire, by Kevin Braouezec, 637-648, abstract – [review of] Battle for the Flag, by Amelia Johns, reviewed by Scott Poynting, 649-650 – [review of] Race Policy and Multiracial Americans, edited by Kathleen Odell Korgen, reviewed by Janet Xu, 650-652, first page – [review of] The Cultural and Intercultural Dimensions of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF), edited by Prue Holmes and Fred Dervin, reviewed by Ribut Wahyudi, 652-654, first page – [review of] Racism: A Critical Analysis, by Mike Cole and Thomas Lacroix, reviewed by Ben Debney, 655-656.
Cowell-Meyers, Kimberly. “Women’s Political Parties in Europe.” Politics & Gender 12 (2016): 1-27. Full text.
Cragin, Thomas. “Contested Anti-Fascisms in Luigi Zampa’s Anni Difficili, 1948-1949.” Italian Studies 71.4 (2016): 496-514. Abstract.
De Cleen, Benjamin. “The party of the people versus the cultural elite. Populism and nationalism in Flemish radical right rhetoric about artists.” JOMEC: Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies Journal 9 (2016): 69-91. Full text.
“Dealing with Populists in Government.” Edited by Paul Taggart and Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser. Democratization 23.2 (2016). Contents: Dealing with populists in government: a framework for analysis, by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser and Paul Taggart, 201-220, abstract and funding – Populist polarization and the slow death of democracy in Ecuador, by Carlos de la Torre and Andrés Ortiz Lemos, 221-241, abstract – Responding to radical populism: Chavismo in Venezuela, by Kirk A. Hawkins, 242-262, abstract – Confrontation by default and confrontation by design: strategic and institutional responses to Poland’s populist coalition government, by Ben Stanley, 263-282, abstract – Populists in government? Hungary’s “system of national cooperation,” by Agnes Batory, 283-303, abstract – Italy: a case of mutating populism?, by Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej Zaslove, 304-323, full text – Collaboration as successful strategy against right-wing populism? The case of the centre-right coalition in Austria, 2000-2007, by Franz Fallend and Reinhard Heinisch, 324-344, abstract – Dealing with populists in government: some comparative conclusions, by Paul Taggart and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, 345-365, abstract and funding – [review of] Electoral dynamics in Malaysia: findings from the grassroots, edited by Meredith L. Weiss, reviewed by Yuki Fukuoka, 366-368, first page – [review of] Religion and politics in the European Union. The secular canopy, by François Foret, reviewed by Jeffrey Haynes, 368-370, first page – [review of] The success of the left in Latin America, by Rosario Queirolo, reviewed by Peter M. Siavelis and John Polga-Hecimovich, 370-372, first page – [review of] Memory and transitional justice in Argentina and Uruguay, by Francesca Lessa, reviewed by Jessica Mecellem, 372-374, first page.
Dean, Geoff, Peter Bell, and Zarina Vakhitova. “Right-wing extremism in Australia: the rise of the new radical right.” Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 11.2 (2016): 121-142. Abstract.
Decker, Frank. “The ‘Alternative for Germany’: Factors behind its emergence and profile of a new right-wing populist party.” German Politics and Society 34.2 (June 2016): 1-16. Abstract.
Dinas, Elias, Vassiliki Georgiadou, Iannis Konstantinidis, and Lamprini Rori. “From dusk to dawn: Local party organization and party success of right-wing extremism.” Party Politics 22.1 (January 2016): 80-92. Full text.
Dolezal, Martin, and Johan Hellström. “The radical right as driving force in the electoral arena?” Politicising Europe: Integration and Mass Politics. Edited by Swen Hutter, Edgar Grande, and Hanspeter Kriesi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. 166-180. Summary.
Drabik, Jakub. “British Union of Fascists.” Contemporary British History 30.1 (2016): 1-19. Abstract.
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