The use of magazines by the German far-right to integrate its ideology into acceptable political discourse goes back to the transformation of former National Socialist networks into the so-called New Right. Emphasis on the democratic function of the public sphere has caused far-right magazine publishing to be overlooked.
Editor at the humanities publishing house August Verlag Berlin. Studied German Studies, Philosophy and Cultural Studies at the University of Konstanz, the National and Kapodestrian University of Athens and Goldsmiths College, London. In his PhD, he reconstructed the formation of the humanities programme at the publishing house Suhrkamp Verlag and the consequent development of a so-called Suhrkamp culture in the West-German publishing sphere. Member of the Working Group on Periodical Research.