Tagarchief: Political science

PARIS lecture by Christopher Parker

naamloosApril 6-10 Christopher Parker is visiting our dept. He will give a Paris-Lecture April 7, 13.00-14.00 (Metropolitan Building, Z-531)

Identifying the Roots of the Reactionary Right: A Comparative Perspective On both sides of the Atlantic, the reactionary right has achieved political relevance. In some places, e.g., as the United States, the UK, France, Norway, Denmark, and Sweden, its political power is manifest. In others, such as Germany, Spain, Belgium, and the Netherlands, its power is relatively latent, but may be easily mobilized. Based on my prior research in the US and Australia, I will present a theoretical and empirical approach that, despite differences in geography and national histories, illustrates why these movements are far more similar than they are different. I will also explain why the persistence of reactionary movements, and why they will be around for a very long time to come. Lees verder


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