Session IX

SATURDAY (May 4):
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
ROOM

CHAIR

Krzysztof Jasiewicz

(Washington and Lee U, US)

jasiewiczk@wlu.edu

PAPERS

Hadas Aron

(NYU, US)

ha670@nyu.edu

An Ethno-Nation Deeply Divided: The Center Periphery Cleavage 

and the Rise of Right Wing Populism in Central Europe

Lenka Bustikova

(Arizona State U, US)

lenka.bustikova@asu.edu

Unexpected Gains: Do Green Parties Benefit from Populism 

and the Rise of the Far Right?

Valur Ingimundarson

(U of Iceland) 

vi@hi.is

Divided Resistance: 

The Response of the Left to the Authoritarian and Radical Right

Stefan Stojkovic 

(Central European U, Hungary) 

stojkovic_stefan@student.ceu.edu

How “Right” is a Right-Wing Voter after the Great Recession?

Comparing Support for the Radical Right and Moderate Right in Western Europe

DISCUSSANT

Julian Waller

(George Washington U, US)

jgwaller@gwmail.gwu.edu

 

Challenges to Democracy

Parties and Voters

Saturday May 4, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Nationalism studies

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