Holly Case

Associate Professor of History at Brown University. Former visiting fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) in Vienna.

Articles

Cover for: Hungary’s real Indians

Native Americans have long been beloved in Hungary, where ‘Indians’ stand for what is real, endangered and exceptional. Viktor Orbán has used the trope to channel demographic anxiety and bolster his anti-migrant rhetoric, but it could also spell trouble for his politics of fear.

Cover for: Now who’s living in truth?

The dissident vocabulary of anti-politics is currently in vogue, but often misconstrued. The anti-political critique of ideology moves comfortably across the political spectrum, and today’s anti-politician can become tomorrow’s ideologue.

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