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GIORGOS KATSAMBEKIS studied political science at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where he also received his doctorate in June 2015. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher there and an associate researcher at the Centre for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz. He has worked as a researcher in the research project `POPULISMUS: Populist Discourse and Democracy' (2014-2015). His articles and reviews have appeared in a variety of journals, such as the Journal of Political Ideologies, European Political Science, Constellations and Political Studies Review. He recently co-edited the volume Radical Democracy and Collective Movements Today (Ashgate 2014). ALEXANDROS KIOUPKIOLIS has studied classics in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Athens, and political theory at the University of Essex (MA in Political Theory) and the University of Oxford (DPhil). He has taught political theory at the University of Oxford, the University of Cyprus and the Aristotle University, where he is now Assistant Professor of Contemporary Political Theory, in the School of Political Sciences. His research interests focus on modern philosophies of freedom, contemporary philosophies of justice, theories of democracy, analyses and critiques of power. He has published four books and numerous articles on these topics. Recent publications include the edited volume Radical Democracy and Collective Movements today (Ashgate 2014), and the monographs Freedom After the Critique of Foundations: Marx, Liberalism and Agonistic Autonomy (Palgrave 2012), and The Commons of Freedom (Excharchia 2014).
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