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Catarina Kinnvall on racism and imaginary others

Catarina Kinnvall, professor in Political Science and Political Psychology, has published the article "Racism and the Role of Imaginary Others in Europe" in Nature Human Behaviour.

    From Nature Human Behavior:

    Europe has witnessed an increase in covert cultural racism that is reflected in recent political turmoil in its nation-states. Far-right movements and populists are exploiting fear about existential and ontological threats to spur the exclusion of unwanted ‘others’, such as Muslims, Roma, and refugees.

    Link to article at Nature Human Behavior

     

    The article is also discussed in Spanish daily newspaper El'Pais

     

    Link to Catarina Kinnvall's personal webpage

    Photo of Catarina Kinnvall by Maria Strömvik.

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