POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 12
The Academic Voice in Media Debates on Populism
Jana Goyvaerts
Thessaloniki, October 2021

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 11
On Laclau’s Alleged Monism
Yannis Stavrakakis
Thessaloniki, November 2020

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 10
Populism, Anti-populism and Post-truth in Crisis-ridden Greece
Antonis Galanopoulos & Yannis Stavrakakis
Thessaloniki, October 2019

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 9
Popular or Hegemonic Subject? On the Limits of Democratic Populism
Michaelangelo Anastasiou
Thessaloniki, July 2019

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 8
Populism Without Nationalism, or, Learning from the Enemy
Liv Sunnercrantz
Thessaloniki, March 2019

POPULISMUS Working Papers No. 7
Populism and anti-populism in the 2017 Dutch, French, and German elections: A discourse and hegemony analytic approach
Seongcheol Kim
Thessaloniki, April 2018

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