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Manousos Maragoudakis

Manousos Maragoudakis is a Professor of Comparative Cultural Sociology at the University of the Aegean. He has been visiting professor at Yale University, Charles University in Prague, Cork University, and Queen's University in Belfast. His interests focus on the cultural visions that constitute modernity both in Greece and the West, and on the ideological conflicts surrounding the definition of modernity. He is the author of American Fundamentalism (Papazisi Publications, 2010), The Profane and the Sacred in Anarchism (Propompos, 2019), The Greek Crisis and its Cultural Origins (Palgrave-Macmillan 2019/Sideris 2021), Genealogies of Sociology (Propompos 2020), while he has edited the volumes Modern Leaders: Between Charisma and Trickery (Routledge, 2019) and The SYRIZA-ANEL Governance (Sideris, 2021).

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