D.Rad Finland Report outlines the stakeholders, actors and networks of (de-)radicalisation
Our recent D.Rad study on Finland outlines the stakeholders of radicalisation and de-radicalisation actors and networks. We argue that the...
New Blog on Illiberalism to replace populism in the Finns Party
The transformation of the Finns Party from the populist position to the illiberal right is reinforced at the Party congress that elected a new (...
Season start for HEPPsinki in a two-day seminar
HEPPsinki reseach group started its new academic year 2021-22 in an online seminar with several presentations on ongoing work in four projects...
The transformative potential of political contact zones: the case of Serbia-Kosovo relations
The doctoral defense of our HEPP researcher Marina Vulovic will take place on 23 June, 2021 online and onsite at the University of Helsinki.
HEPP2 conference (4-5 May) explores populism, polarisation and emotions through contemporary theorizing and examples across the world. Register and take part!
Announcing the interdisciplinary HEPP2 conference that gather over 200 scholars around the world to discuss emotions, populism and polarisation.
HEPPsinki's new logos and season's greetings!
Here's to a safe and relaxed holiday season and happy new year to everyone.
The second and final Call for Papers for HEPP2 is now open!
The Second Helsinki Conference on Emotions, Populism and Polarisation (HEPP2) will take place online on 4-8 May 2021, and our second Call for...
Beyond Populism: From Scholarship to Politics in “New” Turkey
HEPPster Dr Halil Gurhanli recently defended his doctoral thesis, entitled Beyond Populism: From Scholarship to Politics in "New" Turkey. Below...