In June 2016, the United Kingdom shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. In this talk, Professor Matthew J. Goodwin will set out the key findings of his book, Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union, published by Cambridge University Press
Professor Kathleen Blee and professor Michael Kimmel lectures on the relations between Gender and Extremism.
This two-day workshop aims to bring together distinguished scholars from different scholarly fields to examine the various intersections of gender in extremist movements. Our aim is to better understand how notions of gender identities, values, norms and behaviours frame views and ideologies. We aim to examine the roles of men and women alike, and the extent to which gendered norms and values become an axis for differing political identifications, and outcomes.
The ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy, the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX), and the Centre on Social Movement Studies (COSMOS) invite applications for the upcoming Summer School on ‘Concepts and Methods for Research on Far-Right Politics’, which will be held at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Florence, Italy, from Monday 25 to Friday 29 June 2018.
Professor Sveinung Sandberg, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, presents his research in his project Radicalization and Resistance
Professor David Jacobson presents findings of his research.
Lecture by Joel Busher, Coventry University
Andrea Rinaldi, University of Bergen, presents the political legacies of Ezra Pound.
This workshop will map and analyse the relationship between ethics and extremism in public representations of extremism and in political efforts to fight it.
Academic Lecture by Dr. Ori Goldberg, The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT).
Academic lecture by Kathleen Moore, Professor in Religious Studies at University of Santa Barbara
This talk will cover the history of reactionary movements in the US.
In this presentation, Christopher Parker, University of Washington, outlines an ongoing book project.
Professor Oliver Decker, University of Leipzig, presents the findings from a recent German "Mitte" survey from 2016.
Based upon a unique dataset of 111 lone actors that catalogues the life span of the individual’s development, Dr. Paul Gills talk contains important insights into what an analysis of their behaviours might imply for practical interventions aimed at disrupting or even preventing attacks. It adopts insights and methodologies from criminology and forensic psychology to provide a holistic analysis of the behavioural underpinnings of lone-actor terrorism.
Using data collected in the first immigration module of the ESS in 2002/3, Elisabeth Ivarsflaten analyzed which voter grievances electorally successful populist radical right in Western Europe most effectively mobilized.
Kristoffer Holt presents his research on immigration critical alternative media in Sweden .
Dr. Elizabeth Morrow, University of Birmingham, presents her research on the English Defence League
Dr. Pete Simi, Chapman University, presents lessons from the field of long-term ethnographic fieldwork with far right extremists.
Sindre Bangstad presents findings from his Research on SIAN.
Across the Western world political, policing and intelligence officials have repeatedly asserted that the cohort of individuals ‘at risk’ of radicalisation to violent extremism is getting younger.