Some of Europe's foremost researchers were invited to panel discussions on right-wing populism, nationalism and racism on Campus Norrköping. Watch the whole discussion here.

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Watch the seminar here.

What are the deep causes of recent surges in nationalism and right-wing populism? Are we slowly getting used to living in racist societies? What strategies of resistance do we have?

These questions were raised in a panel discussion on the ways we live, work, fear, hate and dream in discussed by a panel with some of Europe’s foremost researchers and thinkers in the area of right-wing politics, populism, nationalism and racism: 

Manuela Bojadzijev, Professor of Sociology, Leuphana University / Berlin Institute for Migration and Integration Research, Humboldt University, Germany

Benjamin Opratko, Researcher, Department of Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria

Gazela Pudar Drasko, Professor, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Éric Fassin, Department of Sociology, University of Paris 8–Saint-Denis, France

Stefan Jonsson (moderator), professor, Institute for research in migration, etnicity and society (REMESO) at Linköping University

The panel was organized in Norrköping the 12th of december 2019 by the research project Cultures of Rejection: Conditions of Acceptability in Socio-Spatial and Digital Environments in Contemporary Europe (CuRe), funded by the Volkswagen Foundation, in collaboration with the Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society (REMESO), Linköping University.

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