Preface 1: Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser, Paul Taggart, Paulina Ochoa Espejo, and Pierre Ostiguy: Populism: An Overview of the Concept and the State of the Art Concepts 2: Cas Mudde: Populism: an Ideational Approach 3: Kurt Weyland: Populism: a Political-Strategic Approach 4: Pierre Ostiguy: Populism: a Socio-Cultural Approach Regions 5: Danielle Resnick: Populism in Africa 6: Benjamin Moffitt: Populism in Australia and New Zealand 7: Ben Stanley: Populism in Central and Eastern Europe 8: Olli Hellmann: Populism in East Asia 9: Christophe Jaffrelot and Louise Tillin: Populism in India 10: Carlos de la Torre: Populism in Latin America 11: Luke March: Populism in the Post-Soviet States 12: Joseph Lowndes: Populism in the United States 13: Paul Taggart: Populism in Western Europe Issues 14: Kirk A. Hawkins, Madeleine Read, and Teun Pauwels: Populism and its Causes 15: Kenneth Roberts: Populism and Political Parties 16: Paris Aslanidis: Populism and Social Movements 17: Christopher Bickerton and Carlo Invernizzi Accetti: Populism and Technocracy 18: Benjamin de Cleen: Populism and Nationalism 19: Roger Eatwell: Populism and Fascism 20: Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej Zaslove: Populism and Foreign Policy 21: Francisco Panizza: Populism and Identification 22: Sahar Abi-Hassan: Populism and Gender 23: Jose Pedro Zuquete: Populism and Religion 24: Luca Manucci: Populism and the Media 25: Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser: Populism and the Question of How To Deal With It Normative Debates 26: Duncan Kelly: Populism and the History of popular Sovereignty 27: Yannis Stavrakakis: Populism and Hegemony 28: Stefan Rummens: Populism as a Threat to Liberal Democracy 29: Nadia Urbinati: Populism and the Principle of Majority 30: Jan-Werner Mueller: Populism and Constitutionalism 31: Paulina Ochoa Espejo: Populism and the Idea of the People 32: Jason Frank: Populism and Praxis 33: James D. Ingram: Populism and Cosmopolitanism 34: Kevin Olson: Populism in the Socialist Imagination
Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser is a Professor of Political Science at Diego Portales University in Santiago de Chile and an Associate Researcher at the Centre for Social Confl ict and Cohesion Studies (COES). His publications include Populism: A Very Short Introduction (with Cas Mudde, OUP, 2017), and has published articles in journals such as Comparative European Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Democratization, Government & Opposition, Party Politics and Political Studies. Paul Taggart is Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Chair, Director of the Sussex European Institute at the University of Sussex, former editor of Government and Opposition, former editor of the journal Politics, co-convenor (with Prof. Aleks Szczerbiak) of the European Referendums, Elections and Parties Network (EPERN). His publications include The New Populism and The New Politics (Palgrave, 1996), Populism (OUP, 2000) and Opposing Europe? The Comparative Party Politics of Euroscepticism, Vols I and II (co-edited with Aleks Szczerbiak, OUP, 2008). Paulina Ochoa Espejo is an Associate Professor of political science at Haverford College. Her publications include The Time of Popular Sovereignty: Process and the Democratic State (Penn State University Press, 2011) and has publsihed articles in journals such as the American Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Political Philosophy and the Journal of Politics. Pierre Ostiguy is Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba (Argentina). He has published several book chapters on populism, articles in journals including The Brown Journal of World Aff airs (with Kenneth Roberts), POSTData (Argentina), Politique et Societes (Quebec), and the Revue Internationale de Politique Comparee (Europe) as well as longer texts as Kellogg Institute Working Papers.