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European Perspectives and Beyond
Series: Gender Studies

Reclaiming Hegemonic Masculinity in the Context of Populism Approaches to Overcoming It Erzsébet Barát 1. Introduction Inmy chapter I study the ideological work done by the discourse of gender ideology in the past ten years of Hungarian populism by the state. I shall present the three major narratives of that rhetoric culminated in the ban of the Gender Studies MA (2018) and show its most recent rearticulation in the two parliamentary decisions amid the Covid-19 pandemic:The political declaration that rejects the ratification of the Istanbul Convention (June 2020

Right-Wing Populism and Gender: A Preliminary Cartography of an Emergent Field of Research Gabriele Dietze and Julia Roth Borrowing from Marx, we start our introductory remarks with the first words of the Communist Manifesto, ‘A specter is haunting Europe’: the specter of right-wing populism. This specter looks different everywhere, and it is also at home in other parts of the world, for example in the Americas, in India, in the Philippines. Some features appear in almost all places that are haunted by it: nativist ethnonation- alism (Betz 2001), hostility

The Populist Challenge 2.0 How populism profits from social media Jan Rohgalf The current momentum of nationalist populism, and especially Donald Trump’s election as president of the US, has provoked a heated debate about ‘post-truth politics’, or even the ‘post-fact society’ in academia and the media. Hitherto hailed as tools of democratisation and the weapon of choice against autocrats worldwide, social media has recently become the target of a lot of finger-pointing. It has been accused of having assisted political actors who mobilise voters through a

Authoritarian Right-Wing Populism as Masculinist Identity Politics. The Role of Affects Birgit Sauer 1. Introduction Since the turn of the century, Europe, but also other regions in the world, have been confronted with the growth and emergence of right-wing populist, nation- alist, and authoritarian parties and organizations. In Hungary and Poland, na- tionalist right-wing parties in government have started to transform their coun- tries into so-called ‘illiberal democracies.’ The Austrian Freedom Party FPÖ (Frei- heitliche Partei Österreich) pushed its partner

Why Are Women Attracted to Right-Wing Populism? Sexual Exceptionalism, Emancipation Fatigue, and New Maternalism Gabriele Dietze Preface La Femme est l’Avenir de l’Homme (woman is the future ofman, or, figuratively,women are the future of mankind) is the title of a French chanson by Jean Ferrat from 1976. There is a long tradition (in) believing that women are better people thanmen, or to put it differently, that women command a superior concept of ethics and morality (Gilligan 1977). The idea is that women feel uncomfortable with aggression and the exclusion of

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3 Political Theory through History Pierre Rosanvallon’ s Concepts of Representation and the People and their Importance for Understanding Populism* Paula Diehl INTRODUCTION Pierre Rosanvallon is one of the leading contemporary thinkers of modern democ- racy in France today. His analysis of the development of democracy is saturated historically at the same time that it opens new perspectives in political theory. With this in mind, he attempts to understand democracy by considering its contra- dictions and failures instead of focusing on its

organizations Germany. E-Mail: f.feyzayildirim@gmail.com. All print, e-book and open access versions of the titles in our list are available in our online shop www.transcript-publishing.com Social Sciences kollektiv orangotango+ (ed.) This Is Not an Atlas A Global Collection of Counter-Cartographies 2018, 352 p., hardcover, col. ill. 34,99 € (DE), 978-3-8376-4519-4 E-Book: free available, ISBN 978-3-8394-4519-8 Gabriele Dietze, Julia Roth (eds.) Right-Wing Populism and Gender European Perspectives and Beyond April 2020, 286 p., pb., ill. 35,00 € (DE), 978-3-8376-4980-2 E

scientists. Ar- guably the most important measure to promote gender equality in science is an open door for female scientists at all levels. Consequently, 50 percent of the authors involved in this volume are female. e chapters in this volume cover a variety of recent developments like the emergence of a transnational citizenship within the European Union, asylum and migration, the rise of populism, increasing polarisation and the challen- ging of representative democracy in Western Europe. ese issues are exami- ned in the context of di ferent formations of status, habitus