Laclau in the Balkans: Translating “Populist Reason” in an Illiberal Political and Cultural Context

  • Igor Jovanoski Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje
Keywords: populism, discourse analysis, left populism, Ernesto Laclau, Balkan politics, neoliberalism

Abstract

Author(s): Igor Jovanoski | Игор Јованоски

Title (English): Laclau in the Balkans: Translating “Populist Reason” in an Illiberal Political and Cultural Context

Title (Macedonian): Лакло на Балканот: Преведувајќи го „популистичкиот ум“ во нелиберален политички и културен контекст

Translated by (English to Macedonian): Igor Jovanoski

Journal Reference: Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, Vol. 13, No. 1-2 (Winter 2016 - Summer 2017)

Publisher: Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities – Skopje 

Page Range: 35-63

Page Count: 28

Citation (English): Igor Jovanoski, “Laclau in the Balkans: Translating ‘Populist Reason’ in an Illiberal Political and Cultural Context,” Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, Vol. 13, No. 1-2 (Winter 2016 - Summer 2017): 35-60.

Citation (Macedonian): Игор Јованоски, „Лакло на Балканот: Преведувајќи го ,популистичкиот ум‘ во нелиберален политички и културен контекст“, Идентитети: списание за политика, род и култура, т. 13, бр. 1-2 (зима 2016 - лето 2017): 35-63.

Author Biography

Igor Jovanoski, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities - Skopje

Igor Jovanoski studied political and social theory and international relations in Skopje, Nice & Berlin and Bremen. He was a Volkswagen PhD fellow and fellow of the German federal government Excellence initiative. He has taught at the University of Bremen, University American College Skopje, South Eastern European University and the Institute for Social Science and Humanities. Currently, he is a research fellow at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Published
2016-06-01
How to Cite
Jovanoski, I. (2016). Laclau in the Balkans: Translating “Populist Reason” in an Illiberal Political and Cultural Context. Identities: Journal for Politics, Gender and Culture, 13(1-2), 35-63. Retrieved from http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/article/view/312