直前のご案内となりますが、下記のように、Michael Minkenberg教授（European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), 比較政治学）のセミナー「Between Populism and Fascism: the Radical Right in Europe Today」を行います。どなたでもご参加いただけます（ただし、通訳はありません）。
- 日時 2019年8月19日16:00〜17：30
- 場所 名古屋大学アジア法交流館3階セミナー・ルーム３
- タイトル 'Between Populism and Fascism: the Radical Right in Europe Today’
- 言語 英語
Since the 1980s, radical right movements and parties, mostly but not exclusively mobilizing against immigration and multiculturalism, have been part of the political landscape in many West European democracies. With the fall of the Berlin wall and the establishment of democratic regimes in Central and Eastern Europe, the radical right has also appeared in post-communist Europe which until very recently has had no significant level of immigration. Against this backdrop, the lecture takes a critical look at the conceptual debate, then maps the field of radical right actors and their agendas in an all-European (i.e. EU) context while pointing out commonalities and differences in East and West. A particular concern is the explanation of this development along with the focus of the radical right discourse.
Michael Minkenberg is Professor of Comparative Politics at European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. From 2007-10 he held the Max Weber Chair for German and European Studies at NYU. He has received his M.A. from Georgetown University in 1984 and his Ph.D. from the University of Heidelberg in 1989. Since then, he has taught comparative politics at the universities of Göttingen and Heidelberg, at Cornell University and Columbia University. Minkenberg’s research interests include the radical right in liberal democracies, the relationship between religion and politics in Western societies, and, most recently, the politics of architecture in capital cities. He has published widely on these topics and his articles have appeared in various peer reviewed journals such as Comparative Politics, West European Politics, the European Journal of Political Research, Comparative Political Studies, the International Political Science Review, and the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Among his recent publications are the edited volumes Power and Architecture. The Construction of Capitals and the Politics of Space (2014), and Transforming the Transformation? The East European Radical Right in the Political Process (2015). His study The Radical Right in Eastern Europe: Democracy under Siege? appeared in 2017 with Palgrave.