The Populist Radical Left in Europe: Peculiarities, Prospects, Relevance
This round-table discussion event at Loughborough University London will focus on the key characteristics, prospects and relevance of the populist radical left in today's Europe.
In this event, discussions will centre around the key findings of a new collective volume titled The Populist Radical Left in Europe to open a necessary and long overdue discussion.
The event will open with introductory remarks by the editors of the volume, Giorgos Katsambekis (Loughborough University) and Alexandros Kioupkiolis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), followed by a round-table discussion and Q&A session.
Participants in the round-table include:
- Simon Tormey (University of Bristol)
- Emmy Eklundh (King's College London)
- Marina Prentoulis (University of East Anglia; member of SYRIZA London, Labour, Another Europe is Possible)
- Chair: Helen Drake (Director of the Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance, Loughborough University London)
This event is conducted by the School of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Populism Research Group at Loughborough University as well as the Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance at Loughborough University London.