Following the great success of my rankings of tweeting presidents and prime ministers in Central and Eastern Europe last year, I have now written a new post on the topic (an updated summary if you will) for my department’s research blog. Click on the screenshot to read it.
Today I re-launched my academic blog www.presidentialactivism.com with news, analysis and commentary on presidential activism in Central and Eastern Europe (but not only)! My first new article deals with the re-activation of the presidential office in Hungary by the new president János Áder.After fieldwork, conferences and other research-related duties prevented me from writing any articles I will now start to blog again regularly. I aim to publish about one longer article as well as a summary of the most important president-related news every week. My more frequent updates on Twitter & Facebook will of course continue so make sure to follow me!
My colleague Erin Saltman and I have written an article on fieldwork interviews for the recently launched UCL SSEES Research Blog under the title “Fieldwork interviews: From phonebooks to fascists“. Click the image below to read it!
Also: I will relaunch my blog www.presidentialactivism.com next Monday, so be sure to check it out!