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Steven is the leader of Work Package 3 in the ARENAS project. WP3 examines the circulation of extremist narratives. As a historian focusing on fascism, nationalism and the extreme right in XX and XXI centuries, he will also lead the work on Task 3.2, examining the historical roots of extremist narratives in European contexts. Some of his published work is available here.
A historian focusing on Francoism and Transition to Democracy in Spain Pere is also working on Task 3.2 in WP3 in the ARENAS project. Some of his published work is available here.
A specialist in the study of the extreme right and Spanish conservative parties in the XX and XXI centuries, Miguel Ángel is also working on Task 3.2 in WP3 in the ARENAS Project. Some of his published work is available here.
Sergi is a member of WP3, working on tasks 3.3 and 3.4. He is currently a PhD candidate in Political and Social History and has specialised in the history of propaganda and narrative building and framing in contemporary politics. Some of his published work is available here.
Paolo is a sociologist working on gender, sexuality, family practices and transformations as well as conflicts around intimate citizenship. He is involved in the ARENAS project for task 3.2 of the WP3, focusing on the historical roots of extremist narratives in the Italian context. Some of his published work is available here.
Agnese is a member of WP6, where she will contribute to designing interview guides, reviewing research and high education regulations at the national level, and analysing the data using qualitative tools. She is currently a PhD candidate in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Her research focuses on the cultural consequences of migration networks within Europe, including local, national and European identification, as well as political opinions.