Welcome!

Welcome students in the History of Populism class. Here you will craft your weekly responses to our readings and respond to the in-class discussion. Take a few moments to introduce yourself.

I look forward to what comes next!

 

 

The Return of Hate 2.0

This research blog, devoted to how civil society has met the challenge of the rise and appeal of populist movements in Europe and the US, lay dormant for a spate while members of the Hate 2.0 team carried on with our other projects. It is now time to resurrect it. In what follows, students in HIST 3907/PCSI 3809 will blog about course readings and write Op/Eds on current events, bringing the tools of historical analysis to bear on contemporary problems shaping our world.

The View from Away

Starting this September, Carleton’s very own Ottilie Grisdale (MA, EURUS, 2014) will report on the current state of play in Europe from her adopted home base of Amsterdam, where she is researching her thesis on the cultural production of Holland’s far right. In bi-weekly posts, she’ll reflect on a variety of subjects relating to the theme of this blog, from the struggle for a multicultural Europe to everyday acts of anti-racist opposition.

Welcome Ottilie!