Silva, F.C. and Brito Vieira, M. Rethinking Populism. The Politics of Democratic Resentment in Comparative Perspective. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, forthcoming.
Manucci, L. Populism and Collective Memory: Comparing Fascist Legacies in Western Europe. London: Routledge, 2020. Link
Héritier, A., and Katharina L Meissner, Catherine Moury, Magnus G Schoeller. European Parliament ascendant: parliamentary strategies of self-empowerment in the EU. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Link
Manucci, L. (2019). “Populism in Italy: Exploring the Ideological Roots of Lega and Five Star Movement.” Cicero Foundation Great Debate Paper No. 19/05: 3-12.
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Silva, F.C. and Brito Vieira, M. (2019). “Populism as a Logic of Political Action”. European Journal of Social Theory, 22(4), 497-512. Translation into Spanish: (2019). “El populismo como lógica de acción política”, Theorein. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 1 (4), 23-53.
Silva, F.C. and Brito Vieira, M. (2018). “Populism and the Politics of Redemption”. Thesis Eleven, 149, 10–30.
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PAPERS PRESENTED TO CONFERENCES
115th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, virtual engagement event, 8-11 August 2020. Theory Section Roundtable, Novel Theoretical Approaches to Social Life. Paper presented by Filipe Carreira da Silva: “Beginnings: A Heretical Social Theoretical Approach.”
Summer course 2019 – Populisms, held in Óbidos, Portugal, 16-18 September, 2019. Papers presented: Filipe Carreira da Silva, “On the Origins of Populism. Redistribution, recognition and resentment”; Luca Manucci, “Populism and Collective Memory: Comparing Fascist Legacies in Western Europe”.
XIV European Sociological Association Conference, held in Manchester, United Kingdom, 20-23 August 2019. Paper presented by Filipe Carreira da Silva: “Why No Populism in Portugal? Lessons from Lisbon.”
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, held in New York City, United States, 9-13 August 2019. Papers presented by Filipe Carreira da Silva: “Populism and the Politics of Redemption” in Political Sociology Refereed Roundtables; “Rethinking the Time’s Arrow. Beginnings and the Sociology of the Future” in Theory Section Refereed Roundtables.
“Ethics, Values and Politics” Conference, sponsored by FFMS, held in Lisbon, 1 June 2019. Chair: Mónica Brito Vieira.
Frontiers XXI – Populisms in Europe. 90 minutes TV programme on the rise of populism in Europe with three guests, include the Portuguese President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa. Chair: Mónica Brito Vieira.