Between nationalism and civilizationism: the European populist moment in comparative perspective

This paper argues that the national populisms of Northern and Western Europe form a distinctive cluster within the wider north Atlantic and pan-European populist conjuncture

Rogers Brubaker

2017

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  • This paper argues that the national populisms of Northern and Western Europe form a distinctive cluster within the wider north Atlantic and pan-European populist conjuncture
  • The original impulse for this paper came from an invitation to participate in a panel on “Religion and the Politics of National Identity” at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting in Seattle, 22 August 2016
  • Later versions of what had become a very different paper were presented as the Edward Westermarck Lecture in Helsinki, 24 November 2016, and at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, 29 November 2016
  • I thank the organizers of these events for the opportunity to present work in progress and the participants for their comments and questions; and I thank the Wissenschaftskolleg for the residential fellowship that allowed me to work on this paper in ideal circumstances
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