In a recent article in this journal, Rogers Brubaker formulates a critique of the distinction we make in our work between populism and nationalism, and further develops his own, thicker conceptualization of populism, which integrates the nationalist dimension without however totally conflating populism and nationalism. In this article, we briefly respond to the critique of our work, further clarifying and refining our plea for clearly distinct conceptualizations of populism and nationalism in dialogue with the considerations formulated by Rogers Brubaker. More broadly, we
see this response as a chance to contribute to the further development of a framework that allows for the rigorous study of populism's pivotal as well as complex and often
troubling relation with nationalism.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages9
JournalNations and Nationalism
Volume2020
Publication statusPublished - 2020

    Research areas

  • populism, nationalism, discourse theory

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