‘Populist Discourses on COVID-19 in the Global South’ is a research project funded by the German Research Foundation that investigates populist narratives of the global pandemic. Exploring the cases of Brazil, Mexico, India, Israel and Turkey, it examines how these narratives are received, reproduced and/or contested by the wider public including on social media.
On 3 August 2022, the team will participate in a workshop on digital ethnography, held by Alexandra Deem from Freie Universität Berlin (FU).
Today marks the official start of our project. We are very excited to share our work in the months and years to come – and stay tuned for more updates!