Monday, 9 Oct 2023
Using disaggregated data for England, the authors show that community deprivation drives far-right violence. Their research reveals how deprivation fuels it, and how it may be possible to predict where such violence is likely, even when we cannot predict who may be carrying out attacks. They also suggest that efforts to ...
Friday, 23 Jun 2023
Earlier this week, my partner bought some rainbow-coloured yarn. While we queued at the till, a mother in front of us pointed at our yarn and said to her child: Look! Just like you! A small voice addressing an enormous issue. Being queer feels different this year and I’ll explain ...
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2022
In an extensive book review published in the journal YOUNG, Katrine Fangen offers a nuanced assessment of Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss (Princeton University Press, 2020).
Sunday, 25 Jun 2023
A survivor's tale of a terrorist attack
Monday, 27 Mar 2023
Call for Papers for an international symposium & workshop, 9-10 November 2023.
Thursday, 17 Nov 2022 18:00–19:00 UTC+01
Liv Kjølseth i samtale med forfatter Åsne Seierstad om hennes nye bok Afghanerne.
Monday, 21 Mar 2022
The population of Afghanistan is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. Twenty-three million Afghans, more than half of the population, are starving. The UN warns of a risk that a million Afghan children will die. In this situation, there is no way of avoiding cooperation with those in control of the country, namely ...
Jan 2018 – Dec 2023
The Impact of Security Force Assistance on State Fragility (SFAssist)
Led by Øystein H. Rolandsen
Jan 2020 – Dec 2023
Reaching Out to Close the Border: The Transnationalization of Anti-Immigration Movements in Europe (MAM)
Led by Kristian Berg Harpviken