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Scandinavian Studies elaborate and intimate ... Benjamin R. Teitelbaum has initiated a dialogue on what constitutes the new nationalism. If we are willing to engage in this dialogue with him, we need to step out of the view of politics as merely concerning the game of party politics, and widen our horizons to consider the wider societal implications of the new Nordic right nationalism. This move means realizing that populism is not merely about brutish skinheads, and that it operates in
subtle ways not alien to but conversely ingrained in the political mainstream.
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Svenska Dagbladet These days it is refreshing, not to mention vital, to have the outsider's perspective that Benjamin Teitelbaum offers in his solid study Lions of the North [...] The deluge of emotion that often muddies debates about nationalism is scaled back in a book devoted to understanding rather than criticism.
Martin Aagar, Aftonbladet Teitelbaum explores with elegance the differences between nationalist factions today ... A brilliant approach [studying the far right through its music] ... During a time when attempts to explain the growth of the extreme right seem only to point to the failures of the left, it is uplifting to read such a methodical account from the inside of the extreme right.
Respons Teitelbaum's analyses of internal discussions about the appropriateness of using foreign music in nationalist activism are consistently fascinating
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Benjamin R. Teitelbaum earned his Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from Brown University in 2013. He has served served as instructor and Head of Nordic Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and affiliate faculty in Music and International Affairs, since 2012. His research focuses on western ultraconservatism, music in the Nordic countries, and music and politics more generally.
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