Marina Prentoulis is a Senior Lecturer in Media and Politics. She joined the University of East Anglia in 2009. She completed her PhD in Ideologies and Discourse Analysis at the Department of Government, University of Essex. She has lectured in a number of universities including City University, Open University and University of Middlesex. Her research interests include: Political communications; contemporary social movements; European radical ideologies and discourse analysis. Her latest article (with Lasse Thomassen) ‘Political theory in the square: Protest, representation and subjectification’, Contemporary Political Theory (2013) 12, 166–184, worn the Contemporary Political Theory Annual Prize for 2013. She has been the UK spokesperson of Syriza and has given numerous interviews on British and International media (BBC: including appearances on Newsnight, Andrew Marr’s Show and Daily Politics. CNN, CNBC,SKY NEWS). Since 2014 she has been giving public and University lectures on Left populism, social movements and left parties and she has been contributing to OpenDemocracy, the Guardian, Red Pepper and other publications.
Left Populism: the challenges from grassroots to electoral politics,
in Transform: A Journal of the Radical Left
pp. 109-126UEA Repository
Brexit and the democratic deficit,
in Free Movement and Beyond : Agenda Setting for Brexit Britain.
Public Reading Rooms
ISBN 978-0-9955352-2-0UEA Repository
From the EU to Latin America: left populism and regional integration,
63: Spaces of resistance
pp. 25-37Full Text UEA Repository
The Greek crisis: The post-democratic logic in action,
in Europe and the People: Examining the EU's democratic legitimacy.
The Foreign Policy Centre
ISBN 9781905833313, 1905833318UEA Repository
The tasks ahead,
European Alternatives,Full Text
Autonomy and Hegemony in the Squares: The 2011 Protests in Greece and Spain,
in Radical Democracy and Collective Movements Today : The Biopolitics of the Multitude versus the Hegemony of the People .
ISBN 9781409470526UEA Repository
Political Theory in the Square: Protest, Representation and Subjectification,
in Contemporary Political Theory
pp. 166-184Full Text UEA Repository
The construction of the black British community in the Voice and the New Nation,
pp. 731-749Full Text UEA Repository
Finding space: Women reporters at war,
in Feminist Media Studies
pp. 374-377Full Text UEA Repository