LINGUIST List 27.1555

Mon Apr 04 2016

FYI: Extension of Submission Date: ''Populist Discourse''

Editor for this issue: Ashley Parker <>

Date: 03-Apr-2016
From: Marcia Macaulay <>
Subject: Extension of Submission Date: ''Populist Discourse''
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Call of Book Chapters/Populist Discourse

This is a call for book chapters on Populist Discourse for a proposed publication for Palgrave McMillan. Populism is a well-studied phenomenon with a range of theoretical approaches (Canovan [1981], Taguieff [1997], Laclau [2005]). However, populist discourse as such has not been extensively studied despite the fact that populism is an international phenomenon. This volume looks to encompass a broad range of international subject matter as well as a range of theoretical approaches to such discourse. If your research interests intersect with any aspect of discourse analysis on populism, you are invited to submit an abstract for this proposed volume on populist discourse. Please keep abstracts to a limit of 500-750 words. Abstracts should be submitted to
(Marcia Macaulay, PhD
Associate Professor
Glendon English and Linguistics
York University
Toronto, Canada)

The deadline for submission has been extended to May 31

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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