Marina Prentoulis is Senior Lecturer in Media and Politics at the University of East Anglia, UK. She is currently working on social movements in Europe.
November 17: youth uprisings in Greece then and now
This authoritarian vision starts with education, an education promoted by the Minister of Education Niki Kerameos,...
Populism, popularity and political leadership
Is a stance against the political, economic and cultural ‘elites’ a sufficient condition for populism?
Brexit Britain: what went wrong and what next? Panel 2
A discussion on why Britain voted for Brexit and what radical remainers should do now. (Video, 70 mins).
Talk Real London: "Exit Europe?"
Looking at the upcoming EU referendum in the UK, we ask: beyond the conservative in/out options dominating the...
After Syriza: What’s next for Spain?
Although Podemos are unlikely to win an outright majority in the general election, they have galvanised the...
The winds are changing: a new left populism for Europe
The unprecedented presence of international media, solidarity delegations and representatives of socialist and...