Afternoon Session II: Conceptualization: Is this still a thing?
Monday, 13:30 – 15:15, Room 9 (2nd floor)
Chair: Stephen Alomes (RMIT Melbourne)
Gianfranco Baldini and Matteo Giglioli (University of Bologna)
Gianfranco Baldini is Associate Professor of Political Science in the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Bologna (Italy). He has held research and teaching positions at the Universities of Pennsylvania, Frankfurt, Sheffield and Lyon. His research focuses mainly on the comparative dynamics of populism, Euroscepticism (Brexit), party politics and representation.
Matteo F.N. Giglioli is a Research Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Bologna (Italy). He received his doctorate in Politics from Princeton University, and has subsequently held several research and teaching positions at universities in the United States, France, and Italy. He has written on legitimacy, violence, populism, and wealth in politics. His current research project focuses on oligarchic participation in democratic politics.
Roberto De Rosa (University Niccolo Cusano, Rome) and Dario Quattromani (Roma Tre University)
Roberto De Rosa (Ph.D. in Communication Science and Complex Organisations, LUMSA University - Rome) is Senior Research Fellow/Assistant Professor in Political Science at the Faculty of Political Science, Niccolò Cusano University in Rome, Italy. He is also Adjunct Professor in Political Science and Political Sociology at that same institution. He has published several scientific works including monographs and articles, and he is involved in research projects in the area of Political Science.
Dario Quattromani (PhD in Political Science – Government and Institutions) is a Teaching Fellow in Political Science at Roma Tre University, a Teaching Assistant in Political Sociology and International Relations at the University D’Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara, a Political Communication Officer for the Metropolitan City of Rome, and was previously an Adjunct Professor in Political Science at the Tuscia University in Viterbo. He is currently involved in research projects in the area of Political Science.
Constantin Iordachi (Central European University, Budapest)
Constantin Iordachi is Professor at the Department of History, Central European University, Budapest; co-editor of the journal East Central Europe (Brill); and the International Association for Comparative Fascist Studies’ president. He is the author of Karizma, politika, erőszak: A fasiszta Vasgárda Romániában, 1927-1941 (Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2018); Charisma, Politics and Violence: The Legion of "Archangel Michael" in Inter-War Romania (2004); and Liberalism, Constitutional Nationalism and Minorities: The Making of Romanian Citizenship, c. 1750-1918 (Leiden: Brill, 2018). He is an editor or co-editor of more than 15 books, including The Biopolitics of the Danube Delta (2014); The Collectivization of Agriculture in Communist Eastern Europe (2014); and Hungary and Romania Beyond National Narratives (2013).
Andrej Školkay (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava)
Andrej Školkay, PhD, is the lead scholar for the research team at the School of Communication and Media, n.o., Slovakia, and has published widely on various aspects of the media and politics. He is the author of Media and Globalisation (SCM, Bratislava, 2009) and Media Law in Slovakia (Kluwer Law International, The Netherlands, 2016). He obtained his PhD in 2000 from Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia.