Bart Bonikowski is an Associate Professor of Sociology at New York University. Using relational survey methods, computational text analysis, and experimental research, his work applies insights from cultural sociology to the study of politics in the United States and Europe, with a particular focus on nationalism, populism, and radical-right parties. Building on past publications in scholarly journals, he is currently completing a book manuscript titled Radicalized: How the Right has Mobilized Nationalism and Undermined Liberal Democracy, which is under advance contract with Princeton University Press. For more information about his research, please visit his faculty website.
Ph.D. 2011 (Sociology), Princeton University;
M.A. 2008 (Sociology), Princeton University;
M.A. 2005 (Sociology), Duke University;
B.A. 2003 (Sociology), Queen's University (Canada).
Areas of Research/Interest
Politics; Culture; Nationalism; Populism; Radicalism; Relational Survey Methods; Experiments; Computational Text Analysis; Comparative Research
Associate Professor of Sociologybonikowski@nyu.edu
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