Professor Samuel Salzborn



Visiting Professor for Research on Antisemitism at the Center for Research on Antisemitism (ZfA) at the Technical University Berlin, Germany.

Adjunct Professor for Political Science at the Institute for Political Science at the University Giessen, Germany.

Specialist research areas:

Political Theory of right-wing extremism and antisemitism, Ideologues of the far right (past/present), History and present of the far right in Germany including the “New Right”, Comparative Studies on right-wing extremism and antisemitism in Europe.


Rechtsextremismus. Erscheinungsformen und Erklärungsansätze, 3. Ed., Baden-Baden 2018

Angriff der Antidemokraten. Die völkische Rebellion der Neuen Rechten, Weinheim 2017

“The Will of the People? Carl Schmitt and Jean-Jacques Rousseau on a Key Question in Democratic Theory,” in: Democratic Theory, No. 1/2017

“Renaissance of the New Right in Germany? A Discussion of New Right Elements in German Right-wing Extremism Today,” in: German Politics and Society, No. 119/ 2016

“Guardian of Democracy? Theoretical aspects of police roles and functions in democracy,” in: European Journal of Policing Studies, Heft 2/2014