The 2019-2020 disClosure collective is thrilled to present the 29th volume of disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory. This volume focuses on theories of populism and brings together a wide range of perspectives relating to the phenomenon, experience, and study of populism. The recent uptick in populism signals political, economic, and/or social unrest across the globe, yet, populism remains a phenomenon that is difficult to define. Our goal with this volume was not to define populism. Instead, this issue engages conversations about the various types and origins of populisms, as it is our belief that the development and definition of populism is both historically and socially contingent.
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Imlay, Aimee and Wentz, Matthew
"Volume 29: Populism,"
disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory: Vol. 29
, Article 1.
Available at: https://uknowledge.uky.edu/disclosure/vol29/iss1/1