This series builds on recent developments in the broad and interdisciplinary field of hate studies. Palgrave Hate Studies aims to bring together in one series the very best scholars who are conducting hate studies research around the world. Reflecting the range and depth of research and scholarship in this burgeoning area, the series welcomes contributions from established hate studies researchers who have helped to shape the field, as well as new scholars who are building on this tradition and breaking new ground within and outside the existing canon of hate studies research. Editorial Advisory Board: Tore Bjorgo (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs); Jon Garland (University of Surrey); Nathan Hall (University of Portsmouth); Gail Mason (University of Sydney); Jack McDevitt (Northeastern University); Scott Poynting (The University of Auckland); Mark Walters (University of Sussex).
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