Andrew Wilson


NameAndrew Wilson
Job titleAssistant Head of Discipline/Senior Lecturer: Criminology and Social Sciences
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-3246-2958

Research outputs

Another way to do ethics: Uses of the landscape in the far-right cultural milieu and the ethics of researching them

Wilson, A. 2024. Another way to do ethics: Uses of the landscape in the far-right cultural milieu and the ethics of researching them. in: Vaughan, A., Braune, J., Tinsley, M. and Mondon, A. (ed.) The Ethics of Researching the Far Right: Critical approaches and reflections Manchester Manchester University Press.

Retreat to the Future: The Role of Apocalyptic Thought in Current Ethno-Nationalist Extremism

Wilson, A. 2022. Retreat to the Future: The Role of Apocalyptic Thought in Current Ethno-Nationalist Extremism. in: Loperfido, G. (ed.) Extremism, Society, and the State New York Berghahn Books. pp. 129-147

‘Our Community Could Start Our Own Traditions’: The Commingling of Religion, Politics and the Folkloresque in a Far-Right Groupuscule

Wilson, A. 2022. ‘Our Community Could Start Our Own Traditions’: The Commingling of Religion, Politics and the Folkloresque in a Far-Right Groupuscule. in: Cheeseman, M. and Hart, C. (ed.) Folklore and Nation in Britain and Ireland New York Routledge. pp. 246-261

The Prism of Lyra: UFO Consciousness and Portals to Cosmic Awareness

Wilson, A. 2019. The Prism of Lyra: UFO Consciousness and Portals to Cosmic Awareness. in: Poller, J (ed.) Altered Consciousness in the Twentieth Century New York Routledge. pp. 167-182

#whitegenocide, the alt-right and conspiracy theory: How secrecy and suspicion contributed to the mainstreaming of hate.

Wilson, A. 2018. #whitegenocide, the alt-right and conspiracy theory: How secrecy and suspicion contributed to the mainstreaming of hate. Secrecy & Society.

The bitter end: apocalypse and conspiracy in white nationalist responses to the Islamic State attacks in Paris.

Wilson, A. 2017. The bitter end: apocalypse and conspiracy in white nationalist responses to the Islamic State attacks in Paris. Patterns of Prejudice. https://doi.org/10.1080/0031322X.2017.1398963

Postcards from the cosmos: Cosmic spaces in alternative religion and conspiracy theories.

Wilson, A. 2017. Postcards from the cosmos: Cosmic spaces in alternative religion and conspiracy theories. The Journal of Astrosociology.
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