Dr Harm Kaal
Universität: Radboud University Nijmegen
Harm Kaal (PhD VU University, 2008) is a political historian and assistant professor at the History Department of Radboud University. His key areas of interest are the language of politics and urban planning, the scientization of the political, the interaction between politics and popular culture, particularly politics and sport, and the history of electoral culture. He leads a research project on the position of 'ordinary citizens' in Dutch, British and German postwar political culture: The Voice of the People: Popular Expectations of Democracy in Postwar Europe. The project is funded by a research grant of the Gerda Henkel Foundation.
Democracy; Political Representation; Political Culture
The Voice of the People. Popular Expectations of Democracy in Postwar Europe
My publications can be found via these links: