Professor Daniele Albertazzi


Professor of Politics
MA, PCTL(HE), PhD
+44 (0)1483 689962
27 AP 01

Academic and research departments

Department of Politics.

Biography

Research

Research interests

My teaching

My publications

Publications

D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (2021). Populism in Europe: Lessons from Umberto Bossi’s Northern League, Manchester University Press.
D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (eds.) (2021). Populism and New Patterns of Political Competition in Western Europe, Routledge.
D. Albertazzi and P. Cobley (2009). The Media - An Introduction, Routledge
D. Albertazzi, C. Brook, C. Ross and N. Rothenberg (2009). Resisting the Tide, Bloomsbury
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2008). Twenty-first Century Populism: The Spectre of Western European Democracy, Palgrave
D. Albertazzi, D. Bonansinga and M. Zulianello (2021). The right-wing alliance in the time the Covid-19 pandemic: all change? Contemporary Italian Politics (13) 2.
D. Albertazzi and M. Zulianello (2021). Populist Electoral Competition in Italy: The Impact of Sub-National Contextual Factors, Contemporary Italian Politics, 13:1.
D. Albertazzi (2016). Going, Going,… Not Quite Gone Yet? “<<Bossi’s Lega”>> and the Survival of the Mass Party, Contemporary Italian Politics, 21:8.
D. Albertazzi, A. Giovannini and A. Seddone (2018). No Regionalism Please, We are Leghisti !" The Transformation of the Italian Lega Nord Under the Leadership of Matteo Salvini’, Regional & Federal Studies, 28:5.
D. Albertazzi and A. Giovannini (2015). Surviving the Perfect Storm: Italy After the 2013 Elections, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 20:4.
D. Albertazzi and J. Newell (2015). A Mountain Giving Birth to a Mouse?‘Introduction: A mountain giving birth to a mouse? On the Impact and Legacy of Silvio Berlusconi in Italy, Modern Italy: 20: 1.
D. Albertazzi and S. Mueller (2014). Populism and Liberal Democracy: Populists in Government in Austria, Italy, Poland and Switzerland, Government and Opposition, 48: 3.
D. Albertazzi (2013). Amici fragili: the Alliance between the Lega Nord and the Popolo della Libertà as seen by their Representatives and Members, Modern Italy, 18: 1.
D. Albertazzi (2012). La sfida del populismo alla democrazia liberale, La Rivista delle Politiche Sociali (Italian Journal of Social Policy), n. 1.
D. Albertazzi, D. McDonnell and J. Newell (2011). Di lotta e di governo: the Lega Nord and Rifondazione Comunista in Office, Party Politics, 17: 4.
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2010). The Lega Nord Back in Government, West European Politics, 33: 6.
D. Albertazzi (2009). Reconciling “Voice” and “Exit”: Swiss and Italian Populists in Power, Politics, 29: 1
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2008). La botte piena e il militante ubriaco: la Lega Nord al governo, Trasgressioni, 23: 1.
D. Albertazzi (2007). Addressing “the People” – A Comparative Study of the Lega Nord’s and Lega dei Ticinesi’s Political Rhetoric and Styles of Propaganda, Modern Italy, 12: 3.
D. Albertazzi (2006). The Lega dei Ticinesi: The Embodiment of Populism, Politics, 26: 2.
D. Albertazzi (2006). Back to Our Roots” or Self-Confessed Manipulation? The Uses of the Past in the Lega Nord's Positing of Padania, National Identities, 8:1.
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2005). The Lega Nord in the Second Berlusconi Government: in a League of its Own, West European Politics, 28: 5.
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2005). Introduction. Enough Vaccine? The Berlusconi Years, Modern Italy, 10: 1.
D. Albertazzi and I. Fremeaux (2001). Discursive Strategies around “Community” in Political Propaganda - the case of the Lega Nord, National Identities, 4: 2.
D. Albertazzi and S.Mueller (2017). Populism and Liberal Democracy: Populists in Government in Austria, Italy, Poland and Switzerland, in Mudde, C. (ed. ) The Populist Radical Right: A Reader. Routledge.
D. Albertazzi and P. Cobley (2009). Introduction, in Albertazzi, D. and Cobley, P. (eds.) The Media: an Introduction. Routledge.
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2009). The Parties of the Centre Right: Many Oppositions, One Leader, in Newell, J. (ed.) The Italian General Election of 2008 – Berlusconi Strikes Back. Palgrave.
D. Albertazzi and N. Rothenberg (2009). Introduction: This Tide is not for Turning’, in Albertazzi, D. et al. (eds.) Resisting the Tide: Cultures of Opposition Under Berlusconi (2001-06): Bloomsbury.
D. Albertazzi (2009). In Bed with the Enemy: Infighting Among Governing Parties and the Return of the Centre’ in Albertazzi, D. et al. (eds) Resisting the Tide: Cultures of Opposition Under Berlusconi (2001-06). Bloomsbury,
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2008). Introduction: The Sceptre and the Spectre’, in Albertazzi, D. and McDonnell, D. (eds.) Twenty-first Century Populism-The Spectre of Western European Democracy. Palgrave.
D. Albertazzi (2008). Switzerland: Yet Another Populist Paradise’, in Albertazzi, D. and McDonnell, D. (eds.) Twenty-first Century Populism-The Spectre of Western European Democracy. Palgrave.
D. Albertazzi and D. McDonnell (2008). Conclusions: Populism and Twenty-first Century Western European Democracy’, in Albertazzi, D. and McDonnell, D. (eds.) Twenty-first Century Populism-The Spectre of Western European Democracy. Palgrave.
D. Albertazzi, D. Bonansinga and D. Vampa (2021). Introduction, in D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (eds.) Populism and New Patterns of Political Competition in Western Europe, Routledge.
D. Albertazzi, D. Bonansinga and D. Vampa (2021). The Strategies of Party Competition: A Typology, in D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (eds.) Populism and New Patterns of Political Competition in Western Europe, Routledge.
D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (2021). Conclusion, in D. Albertazzi and D. Vampa (eds.) Populism and New Patterns of Political Competition in Western Europe, Routledge.