Publications in German

The research projects mainly publish in German language. Please find all publications here.


  • Pollack, Detlef/ Demmrich, Sarah/Müller, Olaf (2023): Editorial—Religious fundamentalism: New theoretical and empirical challenges across religions and cultures, in: Journal for Religion, Society and Politics 7, 1–11. [Download]
    Project: Ressentiment
  • Demmrich, Sarah/Hanel, Paul (2023): When religious fundamentalists feel privileged: Findings from a representative study in contemporary Turkey, in: Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology, 4. [Download]
    Project: Ressentiment
  • Durmaz, Elif/ Hegner, Sabrina/ Schilling, Leoni/ Hirschfeld, Gerrit (2023): Strategic Communication of Muslim Organizations in the Aftermath of Islamist Terrorist Attacks – a Qualitative Analysis from Germany. In: International Journal of Strategic Communication.
    Project: OKAI
  • von Lautz, Yannick/Bösing, Eike/Kart, Mehmet/Stein, Margit (2023): Counseling towards the Deradicalization of Islamist Extremists: An Overview of Approaches Based on Two Qualitative Interview Studies with Prevention Practitioners in Germany. In: Journal of Deradicalization, 36, 23-62. [Download]
    Project: Distanz
  • Ezli, Özkan (2023): The Sociability of Narrative: Freedom, Vulnerability, and Mediation in the Intercultural Novel, in: New German Critique 50 (3/150), 51–60. [Download]
    Project: Ressentiment
  • Özvatan, Özgür/Neuhauser, Bastian/Yurdakul, Gökçe (2023): The ‘Arab Clans’ Discourse: Narrating Racialization, Kinship, and Crime in the German Media. In: Social Sciences 12 (2), 104. [Download]
    Project: D:Islam
  • Pickel, Gert/Öztürk, Cemal/Schneider, Verena/Pickel, Susanne/Decker, Oliver (2022): Covid-19-Related Conspiracy Myths, Beliefs, and Democracy-Endangering Consequences. In: Politics and Governance 10 (4), 177-191. [Download]
    Project: RIRA
  • Klackl, Johannes/Stollberg, Janine/Fritsche, Immo/Schindler, Simon/Jonas, Eva (2022): The interplay between individual and collective efforts in the age of global threats. In: Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 99, (104256). [Download]
    Project: RIRA
  • Brunner, Max Manuel (2022): The European Far Right. A Review of the Recent Literature. In: Moving the Social: Journal of Social History and the History of Social Movements, 67, 125–136. [Download]
    Project: RaMi
  • Yendell, Alexander/Pickel, Gert (2022): Islamophobia and anti-Muslim feeling in Saxony – theoretical approaches and empirical findings based on population surveys. In: Kalmar, Ivan/Shoshan, Nitzan (ed.). Racism in Contemporary Germany: Islamophobia in East and West. New York: Taylor and Francis.
    Project: RIRA
  • Pickel, Gert/Yendell, Alexander (2022): Religion as Factor of Conflict in Relation to Right-Wing-Extremism, Hostility to Muslims, and Support for the AfD. In: Decker, Oliver/Kiess, Johannes/Brähler, Elmar (ed.). The Dynamics of Right-Wing-Extremism within German Society. Escape into Authoritarianism. London: Routledge, 154-172.
    Project: RIRA
  • Özvatan, Özgür (2022): De/legitimising EUrope through the performance of crises: The far-right Alternative for Germany on 'climate hysteria' and 'corona hysteria'. In: Journal of Language and Politics, 21(2), 208-232.
    Project: D:Islam
  • Sponholz, Liriam (2021): Hate Speech and Deliberation: Overcoming the “Words-That-Wound” Trap. In: Pérez-Escolar, Marta/Noguera-Vivo, José Manuel (ed.): Hate speech and polarization in participatory society. Routledge, London, 49-64. [Download]
    Project: RaMi