Global Studies of the Far Right

About the series

We are living in an unprecedented moment of uncertainty and chaos. The edifice of the old liberal order is starting to crack and a new, illiberal order is appearing on the horizon. The complexity and seriousness of these changes is such that now more than ever scholars are needed to weigh in on – and make sense of – these ‘shifting sands’.

This series showcases innovative research from established and early career scholars working on the far right, providing fresh insights on emerging trends and themes within this field of study. It features high-quality single-authored books and edited volumes.

The series is multi-disciplinary, taking in the fields of political science, cultural studies, communication studies, sociology and international relations. More importantly, it aims to be broad in geographical scope, looking at both the Global North and the Global South, as we see new illiberal and authoritarian populist actors increasingly across the globe.

Series editors: Dr Eviane Leidig, Dr William Allchorn, Dr Ariel Alejandro Goldstein

Editorial board:

Gerardo Aboy Carlés, Lenka Bustikova, Manuela Caiani, Sarah De Lange, Bernhard Forchtner, Iselin Frydenlund, Sandra McGee Deutsch, Andreas Önnerfors, Lincoln Secco, David Stroup, Cathrine Thorleifsson, Fabian Virchow, Sahana Udupa

Contact Rob Byron for further information. See our house style guidelines and proposal form for guidance on submitting a book proposal.

Forthcoming Titles

Irma Kinga Allen, Kristoffer Ekberg, Ståle Holgersen and Andreas Malm (eds) Political ecologies of the far right: Fanning the flames

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