Populism tends to give new color and impetus to attitudes and practices such as xenophobia and social exclusion. The cost is high for the groups directly concerned and for the society as a whole. Members of the panel will discuss this phenomenon in a comparative perspective, using research focusing on three European countries: France, Italy and Hungary.
Daniele Joly, Warwick University UK, Maison des Sciences de L'Homme Paris
Antimo Farro, Sapienza University Rome
Dorit Geva, CEU Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology
Szabolcs Pogonyi, CEU Nationalism Studies Program
Liviu Matei, CEU Provost