This article is based on the transcript of a roundtable on the rise of the
far-right and right-wing populism held at the AAA Annual Meeting in 2017. The
contributors explore this rise in the context of the role of affect in politics, rising
socio-economic inequalities, racism and neoliberalism, and with reference to
their own ethnographic research on these phenomena in Germany, Poland, Italy,
France, the UK and Hungary.
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