What does far-right heritage policies actually look like? Read more in this new article by Herdis Hølleland and Elisabeth Niklasson.
Over the last two decades a new wave of far-right wing parties have fundamentally changed the political landscape in Europe. Entering into national parliaments, this diverse party family has destabilised traditional intraparty alliances and bent the conservation around specific issue areas –of which cultural heritage is one.
In this project we explore the impact Scandinavian far-right political parties with seats in the national parliaments, have had on heritage policies in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The project is conducted by Herdis Hølleland (NIKU) and Elisabeth Niklasson (Stanford University).
- Status Under arbeid
- Oppdragsgiver NIKU
- Tidsperiode 2017