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Neo-Nationalism and Universities

John Douglass, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Center for Right-Wing Studies and Center for Research on Social Change, has published several op-eds related to his recent book Neo-Nationalism and Universities: Populists, Autocrats and the Future of Higher Education. Two of them can be found at John Hopkins University Press and University World News. In these articles, Douglass discusses how geopolitics and the national political environment, especially the rise in neo-nationalism, is challenging the societal role of universities which should promote national development and global integration.

Mini-grants for Right-Wing Studies

The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies invites UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students to apply for small grants to assist with the development of student research projects on issues related to right-wing movements in the U.S. or other regions of the world. Applications are due on Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 at 4pm. Application and more details are available here.


March 9, 2022
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