Webinar series - Researching the far right: method and ethics
This webinar series aims to initiate and facilitate a much needed discussion about the methodological, ethical, political, personal, practical and professional issues and challenges that arise when researching far right parties, protest movements, and violent actions.
The topics to be addressed in Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 are largely inspired by the forthcoming volume ‘Researching the Far Right: Theory, Method and Practice’ (Routledge, 2020) edited by Stephen Ashe, Joel Busher, Aaron Winter, as well as Graham Macklin from C-REX.
The webinars will last one hour and take place every second Thursday of the month between September 2020 and June 2021. The webinar will have one or two (short) presentations followed by a Q&A session.
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September 10: Studying the peripheries: Iconography and embodiment in far right youth cultures with Cynthia Miller-Idriss (PERIL, American University)
October 8: Methodology matters: researching the far right with Amy Fisher-Smith (University of Dallas) and Charles Sullivan (University of Dallas).
November 12: Challenges and opportunities of social media research with Jasper Muis (University of Amsterdam) and Ofra Klein (EUI)
December 10: Methods for mapping far right violence with Anders R. Jupskås (C-REX, University of Oslo)
February 11: Normalization to the right: Analyzing the micro-politics of the far right with Ruth Wodak (Lancaster University)
March 11: An observational study of the Norwegian far right: some reflections with Katrine Fangen (C-REX, University of Oslo)