POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 6
How did ‘populism’ become a pejorative concept? And why is this important today? A genealogy of double hermeneutics
Yannis Stavrakakis
Thessaloniki, April 2017

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 5
Towards a transnational populism: A chance for European democracy (?) – The case of DiEM25
Panos Panayotu
Thessaloniki, January 2017

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 4
The political logic of populist hype: The case of right-wing populism’s ‘meteoric rise’ and its relation to the status quo
Jason Glynos & Aurelien Mondon
Thessaloniki, December 2016

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 3
The Semantic Drift: Images of populism in post-war American historiography and their relevance for (European) political science
Anton Jäger
Thessaloniki, July 2016

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 2
The transformations of liberal anti-populism in post-1989 Bulgaria
Georgi Medarov
Thessaloniki, December 2015

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 1
Left-wing populism in Ecuador: Preliminary notes on the potentialities and risks of constructing a ‘People’
Samuele Mazzolini
Thessaloniki, May 2015