Relevant publications

2019

Ashe, S., Busher, J., Macklin, G. and Winter, A (eds.) (Forthcoming 2019). Researching the Far Right: Theory, Method, Practice. Abingdon: Routledge.

Glynos, J & Mondon, A (2019 forthcoming) ‘The political logic of populist hype: The case of right-wing populism’s ‘meteoric rise’ and its relation to the status quo’ in Cossarini, P & Vallespin, F (eds), Populism and Passions: Democratic Legitimacy after Austerity. London: Routledge.

Mondon, A & Winter, A (2019 forthcoming) Reactionary Democracy: populism, racism and the people. London: Verso.

Mondon, A & Winter, A (2019 forthcoming) ‘Far-Right Research: Between Demonisation, Legitimisation and Normalisation’ in Ashe, S, Busher, J., Macklin, G, & Winter A (eds.) Researching the Far Right: Theory, Method and Practice. London: Routledge.

2018

De Cleen, B, Glynos, J, & Mondon, A (2018) ‘Critical research on populism: Nine rules of engagement’, Organization.

Mondon, A & Winter, A (2018 forthcoming) ‘Liberal and Illiberal Islamophobia’, in Zempi, I & Awan, I (eds.), Key Readings in Islamophobia. London: Routledge.

Mondon, A & Winter, A (2018 forthcoming) ‘Whiteness, Populism and the racialisation of the working-class in the UK and the US’.

Morrison, J., Silke, A., Windle, J. and Winter, A. (eds.). 2018. Historical Perspectives on Organised Crime and Terrorism. Abingdon: Routledge.

Winter, A. 2018. ‘USA: Counterterrorism Pre-9/11’. Handbook of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism. ed. A. Silke. Abingdon: Routledge.

Winter, A. 2018. ‘The Klan is History: a historical perspective on the revival of the far-right in ‘post-racial’ America’. Historical Perspectives on Organised Crime and Terrorism. eds. J. Morrison, A. Silke, J. Windle and A. Winter. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 109-132.

2017

Fleming A & Mondon A (2017) ‘The Australian extreme right’ in Rydgren, J (ed) Oxford Handbook of the Radical Right. Oxford: OUP.

Mondon, A & Winter, A (2017) ‘Articulations of Islamophobia: From the Extreme to the Mainstream?’, Ethnic and Racial Studies. 40, 13

Mondon, A & Winter, A. (2017) ‘Charlie Hebdo and French Islamophobias’ in Titley, G, Freedman, D, Khiabany, G & Mondon, A (eds.) (2017) After Charlie Hebdo? Politics, Media and Free Speech, London: Zed

Mondon, A (2017) ‘Limiting democratic horizons to a nationalist reaction: populism, the radical right and the working class’, Javnost/The Public: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture. 24, 3

Titley, G, Freedman, D, Khiabany, G & Mondon, A (eds.) (2017) After Charlie Hebdo? Politics, Media and Free Speech, London: Zed

2016

Glynos, Jason, and Aurelien Mondon. 2016. “The political logic of populist hype: The case of right wing populism’s ‘meteoric rise’ and its relation to the status quo.” Populismus working paper series no. 4.

2015

Mondon A (2015) Populism, the people and the illusion of democracy – the Front National and UKIP in a comparative context. French Politics 13: 141–156.

Mondon, A (2015) ‘The French secular hypocrisy: The extreme right, the Republic and the battle for hegemony’, Patterns of Prejudice, 49 (3)

2014

Mondon, A (2014) ‘The Front National in the Twenty-First Century: From Pariah to Republican Democratic Contender’, Modern and Contemporary France, 22 (3), 301-320.

Winter, A. 2014. ‘My Enemies Must Be Friends: The American Extreme Right, Conspiracy Theory, Islam and the Middle East’. Conspiracy Theories in the Middle East and the United States: A Comparative Approach. eds, M. Reinkowski and M. Butter. Berlin: de Gruyter. pp. 35-58.

2013

Mondon, A, (2013) A Populist Hegemony? Mainstreaming the Extreme Right in France and Australia, Farnham: Ashgate.

Mondon, A (2013) ‘Nicolas Sarkozy’s Legitimisation of the Front National – Background and Perspectives’, Patterns of Prejudice, 47 (1), 22-40

Winter, A. 2013. ‘Anti-Abortion Extremism and Violence in the US’. Extremism in America. ed. G. Michael. Gainesville: University Press Florida. pp. 218-248.

Winter, A. 2013. ‘Race, Multiculturalism and the “Progressive” Politics of London 2012: Passing the Boyle Test’. Sociological Research Online, V. 18, #2.

2012

Winter, A. 2012. ‘Race, Empire and the British-American ‘Special Relationship’ in the Obama Era’. Obama, US Politics and Transatlantic Relation: Change or Continuity? ed. G. Scott-Smith. Oxford: Peter Lang. pp. 229-246.

2010

Winter, A. 2010. ‘American Terror: From Oklahoma City to 9/11 and After’. Discourses and Practices of Terrorism: Interrogating Terror. eds. B. Brecher, M. Devenney and A. Winter. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 156-177.