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Dr Sotirios Karampampas

Lecturer
Department of Government
Dr Sotirios Karampampas
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  • Location

    5.022, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Tuesday 11:00-13:00; Office hours for Capstone project: Monday & Wednesday 11:00-14:00

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Politics University of Sheffield,

  • MA International Politics and Security Studies University of Bradford,

  • BA Political Science and Public Administration National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,

Appointments

Other academic

  • Lecturer, Department of Government, University of Essex (1/10/2019 - present)

  • Research Assistant in TransSOL project, Politics, University of Sheffield (1/6/2015 - 30/6/2018)

  • Research Assistant in LIVEWHAT project, Politics, University of Sheffield (1/12/2013 - 31/12/2016)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Political Violence

Social Movements

Contentious Politics

Protest Politics

Political Sociology

Radicalisation

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Introduction to International Relations (GV103)

  • Environmental Politics (GV591)

Publications

Journal articles (11)

Karampampas, S., (2020). Becoming a movement: identity, narrative and memory in the European global justice movement. Social Movement Studies. 19 (1), 101-102

Grasso, MT., Yoxon, B., Karampampas, S. and Temple, L., (2019). Relative deprivation and inequalities in social and political activism. Acta Politica. 54 (3), 398-429

Yoxon, B., Grasso, M., Karampampas, S. and Temple, L., (2019). Prejudice and relative deprivation: the effects of self-referenced individual relative deprivation on generalized prejudice in European democracies. European Societies. 21 (2), 280-302

Grasso, M., Karampampas, S., Temple, L. and Yoxon, B., (2019). Deprivation, class and crisis in Europe: a comparative analysis. European Societies. 21 (2), 190-213

Karampampas, S., Temple, L. and Grasso, M., (2019). Violent political action during the European economic crisis: an empirical investigation of four theoretical paradigms from social movement research. Comparative European Politics

Karampampas, S., (2019). Street citizens: protest politics and social movement activism in the age of globalization. Democratization, 1-2

Karampampas, S., (2017). Radicals, revolutionaries, and terrorists. Social Movement Studies. 16 (6), 757-758

Karampampas, S., (2016). Giugni, M. and Grasso, M. T. (ed.) Austerity and Protest: Popular Contention in Times of Crisis Routledge 2015 288 pp. £65.00 (hardback). The British Journal of Sociology. 67 (4), 768-769

English, P., Grasso, MT., Buraczynska, B., Karampampas, S. and Temple, L., (2016). Convergence on Crisis? Comparing Labour and Conservative Party Framing of the Economic Crisis in Britain, 2008-14. Politics and Policy. 44 (3), 577-603

Temple, L., Grasso, MT., Buraczynska, B., Karampampas, S. and English, P., (2016). Neoliberal Narrative in Times of Economic Crisis: A Political Claims Analysis of the U.K. Press, 2007-14. Politics and Policy. 44 (3), 553-576

Karampampas, S., (2014). Inside Greek terrorism. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 14 (3), 464-468

Book chapters (1)

Karampampas, S., (2017). The radical left movement, revolutionary groups, and Syriza. In: Radical Left Movements in Europe. Routledge. 173- 192

Contact

s.karampampas@essex.ac.uk

Location:

5.022, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Tuesday 11:00-13:00; Office hours for Capstone project: Monday & Wednesday 11:00-14:00

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