“Teaching Populism in Comparative Politics”

Hosted by Patrick O'Neil

What is populism and how do we teach it? While the concept is now everywhere in political science and news, it remains fuzzy in its definition and effects. Are all populisms the same? Is populism an ideology or something else? Can populism support democracy or is it inherently undemocratic? We'll talk about some of the ways to ask interesting questions about populism and give students different ways to think about this amorphous topic.

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