Academic publications


Titley, G., Khiabany, G. and Freedman, D., Mondon, A., eds., 2017. Forthcoming. After Charlie Hebdo? Politics, Media and Free Speech. Zed.

Mondon, A., 2013. A Populist Hegemony?:The mainstreaming of the extreme right in France and Australia. Ashgate.

Westendorf, J.-K., Mondon, A. and Hoffstaedter, G., 2012. How to start a free university. Melbourne Free University.

Book Chapters

Mondon, A., 2016. The irresistible rise of the Front National – Populism and the mainstreaming of the extreme right. In: Report by the PRIO Cyprus Centre. PRIO.

Mondon, A., 2013. ‘Fair Dinkum’ politics or the end of politics. In: Tavan, G., ed. State of the Nation. Collingwood, Australia: Black Inc.


Mondon, A. and Winter, A., 2017. Forthcoming. Articulations of Islamophobia: From the Extreme to the Mainstream? Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40 (13).

Mondon, A. and Glynos, J., 2016. The political logic of populist hype: the case of right wing populism’s ‘meteoric rise’ and its relation to the status quo.Vol. 4. Working Paper. Thessaloniki: Populismus. (POPULISMUS Working Papers; 4)

Mondon, A., 2015. Populism, the people and the illusion of democracy:the Front National and UKIP in a comparative context. French Politics, 13 (2), 141–156.

Mondon, A., 2015. UKIP, from a single issue party to the radical right: real symptom, wrong diagnosis. TOR – The Open Review of Social Sciences, 1 (1), pp. 25-27.

Mondon, A., 2015. The French secular hypocrisy:the extreme right, the Republic and the battle for hegemony. Patterns of Prejudice, 49 (4), pp. 392-413.

Mondon, A., 2014. The Front National in the twenty-first century:From pariah to republican democratic contender. Modern and Contemporary France, 22 (3), pp. 301-320.

Mondon, A., 2013. Nicolas Sarkozy’s legitimization of the Front National: background and perspectives. Patterns of Prejudice, 47 (1), pp. 22-40.

Mondon, A., 2012. An Australian immunisation to the extreme right? Social Identities, 18 (3), pp. 355-372.

Badiou, A., Ling, A. and Mondon, A., 2009. Translation of Alain Badiou ‘Cinema as a democratic emblem’. Parrhesia, 6, pp. 1-6.


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