Our hub is currently composed of nationally and internationally funded research projects that explore populism, polarisation and affects from several angles.

They focus on the transforming hegemonic processes (WhiKnow), the physical and online landscapes and history building (NTUS), (de)radicalisation also in the urban participatory and local democracy context (D.Rad), and political humour (POHU), and Trans-Atlantic resilience during the pandemic (ENDURE). We also hosted research on political parties and mainstreaming of populist discourses (MAPO).


Recent publications from HEPP's members