Eirikur Bergmann

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Original short description: "Icelandic academic and writer"

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Prof. Eirikur Bergmann
Born Eiríkur Bergmann Einarsson
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Reykjavik
Nationality Icelandic
Education Ph.D. In Political Science
Alma mater Copenhagen University / University of Iceland
Occupation Professor of Politics / Writer
Notable work(s) Author of Neo-Nationalism
Website
www.eirikurbergmann.com

Eirikur Bergmann (Eiríkur Bergmann Einarsson) (born 6 February 1969) is an Icelandic academic and writer. He is author of nine academic books and three novels.

Early life and education

Eirikur Bergmann was born in Reykjavík in 1969 and studied political science at the University of Iceland and Copenhagen University.[1][2]

Academics

Eirikur Bergmann is Professor of Politics and Director of the Centre for European Studies at Bifröst University.[3] He was awarded Cand.Sci.Pol degree from Copenhagen University in 1998 and Ph.D. in Political Science from University of Iceland in 2009.[4] Bergmann has been a visiting fellow at many academic institutions, including Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.[5]

Bergmann is mainly known for his analysis of Nativist Populism, which he argues has turned into a distinctive form of Neo-nationalism in the post-Second World War era.[6] He has also researched Conspiracy Theories, European Integration and Iceland's political economy, especially in relations to the Crash of 2008, its prelude and aftermath.[7]

Columnist

Eirikur Bergmann is also an active columnist. He has written for many newspapers in Iceland and for the British The Guardian.[8][1]

Constitutional Council

Bergmann was elected in 2010 to Iceland's Constitutional Assembly and subsequently served in 2011 as one of the 25 members of the Constitutional Council, part of the 2010–2013 reform of Iceland's constitution.[9][10][11]

Bibliography

Academic peer-reviewed articles

According to Web of Science, Eirikur Bergmann is author and co-author of two peer-reviewed articles published on international academic journals, namely Iceland: A postimperial sovereignty project published by Cooperation and Conflict in 2014, and A critique of neo-mercantilist analyses of Icelandic political economy and crisis which appeared in Capital & Class in 2015.

Academic books

Bergmann has written mainly on European politics, Icelandic politics, Nationalism, Populism and Conspiracy Theories.

  • 2020: Neo-Nationalism: The Rise of Nativist Populism. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (235 p.)
  • 2018: Conspiracy & Populism: The Politics of Misinformation. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (185 p.)[12]
  • 2017: Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics: Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (217 p.)[13]
  • 2014: Iceland and the International Financial Crisis: Boom, Bust & Recovery. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [International Political Economy series]. (232 p.)
  • 2011: Sjálfstæð þjóð – trylltur skríll og landráðalýður (e. Independent nation). [Study on national discourse in Icelandic politics]. Reykjavik: Verold publishing house. (364 p.)[14]
  • 2009: Frá Evróvisjón til evru – allt um Evrópusambandið (e. From Eurovision to the Euro). Reykjavik: Verold publishing house. (262 p.)
  • 2009: Sense of sovereignty – how national sentiments have influenced Iceland’s European policy. (i. 'Hið huglæga sjálfstæði þjóðarinnar'). [Ph.D. dissertation]. Reykjavik: Department of political science, University of Iceland. (370 p.)
  • 2008: Hvað með evruna? (e. How about the Euro?) [With Sturluson, Jon Thor]. Reykjavik: Bifrost University Press. (176 p.).
  • 2007: Opið land – staða Íslands í samfélagi þjóðana (e. Open land – Iceland’s place in the world society). Reykjavík: Skrudda. 2007. (138 p.)
  • 2003: Evrópusamruninn og Ísland (e. European integration and Iceland). Reykjavík: University of Iceland University Press. (203 p.)

Novels

Eirikur Bergmann has published three novels in Icelandic:

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Eiríkur Bergmann í prófessorsstöðu" (in is). mbl.is. 2 January 2013. https://www.mbl.is/frettir/innlent/2013/01/02/eirikur_bergmann_i_professorsstodu/. Retrieved 21 June 2020. 
  2. "Dr. Eiríkur orðinn prófessor" (in is). Viðskiptablaðið. 2 January 2013. https://www.vb.is/frettir/dr-eirikur-ordinn-professor/79426/. Retrieved 21 June 2020. 
  3. "Partners" (in en). European Women Leaders. http://www.womenleadersinternationalrelations.com/partners. Retrieved 19 June 2020. 
  4. "Hvaða rannsóknir hefur Eiríkur Bergmann Einarsson stundað?" (in is). University of Iceland. 3 January 2018. https://www.visindavefur.is/svar.php?id=74971. Retrieved 19 June 2020. 
  5. "Faculty of Social Sciences hosted Professor Eiríkur Bergmann from Bifröst University in Iceland" (in en). University of Ljubljana. 22 March 2016. https://www.fdv.uni-lj.si/en/news-and-information/news-and-notifications/faculty-of-social-sciences-hosted-professor-eir%C3%ADkur-bergmann-from-bifröst-university-in-iceland. Retrieved 19 June 2020. 
  6. Bergmann, Eirikur (2020). "Neo-Nationalism: The Rise of Nativist Populism". Palgrave Macmillan. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030417727. 
  7. "Eirikur Bergmann" (in en). European Cooperation in Science and Technology. https://conspiracytheories.eu/member/eirikur-bergmann-2/. Retrieved 19 June 2020. 
  8. "Eirikur Bergmann". Profile. The Guardian.
  9. Elkins, Z., Ginsburg, T., & Melton, J. (14 October 2012). "A Review of Iceland’s Draft Constitution". The Comparative Constitutions Project.
  10. Valquíria Vita (30 May 2013). "Como a Islândia reescreveu sua Constituição via Facebook" (in portuguese). Superinteressante. https://super.abril.com.br/comportamento/cutucaram-a-constituicao/. Retrieved 19 June 2020. 
  11. "Eiríkur Bergmann Einarsson" (in is). Icelandic Constitutional Council 2011. http://www.stjornlagarad.is/fulltruar/fulltrui/item32959/Eirikur_Bergmann_Einarsson/. Retrieved 21 June 2020. 
  12. Coutto, Tatiana (2019). "Paranoid Politics and the Populist Temptation". The International Spectator (54:2): 165-166. Template:Citation error. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03932729.2019.1601950. 
  13. Batory, Agnes (2019). "Nordic nationalism and right-wing populist politics: imperial relationships and national sentiments, by Eirikur Bergmann". Democratization (26:6): 1088-1089. Template:Citation error. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13510347.2019.1577382. 
  14. Gunnarsson, Pétur (9 August 2011). "Groundhog Day - fyrri hluti" (in is). 365. https://www.visir.is/g/2011708059887/groundhog-day---fyrri-hluti. 
  15. Kolbrún Bergþórsdóttir. "Hef reynt að losa mig við allan boðskap". Dagblaðið Vísir, 26 November 2017 Template:In lang.
  16. Marta María Jónasdóttir (13 November 2017). "Æsispennandi bókapartí hjá Eiríki" (in is). mbl.is. https://www.mbl.is/smartland/samkvaemislifid/2017/11/13/aesispennandi_bokaparti_hja_eiriki/. Retrieved 21 June 2020. 
  17. Karl Th. Birgisson. "Ættu prófessorar í stjórnmálafræði að skrifa skáldsögur? Já. Ef þær eru skemmtilegar".Herðubreið, 14 June 2015,
  18. Friðrika Benónýsdóttir. "Hryðjuverk hjartans". Fréttablaðið, 25 June 2015, p. 40 Template:In lang
  19. Valur Gunnarsson (5 June 2015). "Kveðjubréf til kalda stríðsins" (in is). Dagblaðið Vísir (Iceland). https://timarit.is/page/6800847. 
  20. "Glapræði. Eftir Eirík Bergmann Einarsson". Morgunblaðið, 8 October 2005 Template:In lang.

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