JIS Cover page 4.1

Journal of Illiberalism Studies

Volume 4, Number 1 (2024)

Pages: 1-96

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Ethics of Studying Illiberalism in a Hyperconnected, Polycrisis-defined Era: An Introdcution to the Special Issue

Gulnaz Sibgatullina

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I Was Gonna Fight Fascism… The Need for a Critical Approach to Illiberalism

Aurelien Mondon

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The Ambivalence of the Liberal-Illiberal Dynamic

Anja Hennig

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Illiberal Constitutionalization and Scholarly Resistance: The Cases of Israel and Hungary

Gábor Halmai

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Scholarly Activism for the Rule of Law in the EU

Pola Cebulak

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Wrestling with Ethical Issues in Studying Illiberalism: Some Remarks from the U.S. Context

Marlene Laruelle

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Research on Conservative Islam in Europe: Navigating Ethical Considerations

Gulnaz Sibgatullina

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Success and Harm When Researching the Far Right: Researcher Safety as Epistemic Exclusion

Antonia Vaughan

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The Right to (Not) Appear: A Conversation on Institutional Obligations and Ethics of Care in Researching Illiberalism

Larissa Böckmann, Marija Petrovska, Luiza Bialasiewicz, and Sarah de Lange

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