Reading Development

Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo

Political Geographies of Right Wing Populism

International Journal of Urban and Regional Research – Spotlight on

Until recently, populist authoritarian movements have tended to conform to a familiar geographic split, in which their strongest supporters were found in rural areas, and both their discursive political enemies and most virulent political opposition have been located in cities. [However,] the location of populist support and of the heroes and villains singled out by these new right-wing leaders appear to be deviating from this traditional geographic pattern. In countries such as the Philippines, Brazil, and Turkey, right-wing authoritarian movements have been drawing much of their populist support from the very urban elites that once served as their political foils.

Introduction
Liza Weinstein

Spatial Configurations of Right-Wing Populism in Contemporary Germany
Nitzan Shoshan

Waiting for Duterte
Marco Garrido

Brazil’s Political Peripheries and the Authoritarian Style
Benjamin H. Bradlow

Regional Liberals and the Urban Anxieties of Indian Populism
Mona G. Mehta

The Contested City as a Bulwark against Populism: How Resilient is Istanbul?
Berna Turam

 

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