Paris Aslanidis is a Lecturer at the Department of Political Science and the Hellenic Studies Program at Yale University. He studies populism in social movements and political parties, with a particular interest in the quantification of populist discourse and the intellectual history of the concept. His articles have been published in journals such as Political Studies, Mobilization, Democratization, Sociological Forum, and Quality & Quantity. He is the author of a chapter on ‘‘Populism and Social Movements’’ in the Oxford Handbook of Populism.
- 2021-10-06, International Political Science Review: “Coalition-making under conditions of ideological mismatch: The populist solution”