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Buarque, B. (accepted) 'Staging a dialogue between Autonomist Marxists and Post-Marxists: the case of the alt-right multitude', Politics.

Buarque, B. (2022) 'Is it conspiracy or "truth"? Examining the legitimation of the 5G conspiracy theory during the Covid19 Pandemic', Social Epistemology.

Allington, D., Buarque, B. L. and Barker Flores, D. (2021) ‘Antisemitic conspiracy fantasy in the age of digital media: Three ‘conspiracy theorists’ and their YouTube audiences’, Language and Literature.

Buarque, B. (2018). 'From the battlefield to the ideological war: the story of a foreign fighter who nowadays prevents radicalisation'. Malala.

Buarque, B. (2016). The violence against Yezidi women: the Islamic State´s sexual slavery system. Malala.


Lopes Buarque, B. (2024). The Power of the Alt-Right Multitude: How and Why Alt-Right Conspiracy Theories Have Been Legitimised in Online Spaces

Book review

Buarque, B. (2022) 'The politics of fear: the shameless normalization of far-right discourses', Critical Discourse Studies.


Buarque, B. (2021) 'Reactionary democracy: how racism and the populist far right became mainstream', International Affairs.


Book chapters


Buarque, B. and Zavershinskaia, P. (2022). The Far-Right Politics of ‘Truth’: an exploratory analysis of the ‘truths’ produced by AfD Kompakt and Patriotic Alternative. In Alfonso Bruno, V. (ed) Populism and Far-Right: trends in Europe. Milano: Polidemos.


Buarque, B. (2019). Breaking the vicious circle in the age of spectacle terrorism: the Words Heal the World project. 

In Piazza, G. (ed.)  Global Crisis: Local Voices. London: IJOPEC.


Buarque, B. (2018). Counter Extremism Project: a informação a serviço da paz. In Victor, C., Goktepe, M., Chiachiri, R., Elemen, Y. (eds.) Posições diante do terrorismo: religiões-intelectuais-mídias. São Paulo: Labrador.


Think Twice Brasil (2024). Algorithms, Violence and Youth in Brazil: towards an educational model for Peace and Human Rights.


Words Heal the World (2020). The Hate Map of Brazil.

Words Heal the World (2019). The Hate Map of Brazil


Buarque, B. (June 28th, 2024). 'Welcome to Londonistan': the Great Replacement theory gone visual ahead of the U.K. election. Logically Facts

Buarque, B. (March 4th, 2024). Why Not Bring Weapons to School?’: How TikTok’s Algorithms Contribute to a Culture of Violence in Brazilian Schools.GNET Insights.

Buarque, B. (March 21st, 2022). Why some far-right circles are contributing to Vladimir Putin's disinformation campaign. GNET Insights.

Buarque, B. (March 03rd, 2022). Is it true? Is it fake news? Is it a conspiracy theory? A look inside the Ukrainian information war. Political Perspectives.

Buarque, B.; Zavershinskaia, P.; Thomin, A.; and Scopelliti, A. (November 10th, 2021). Th‡e banality of hate: how the far right legitimizes discrimination through images. CARR Insights.

Buarque, B. (September 2nd, 2021). Red Or Black Pill: How The Far-Right Appropriated The Matrix Metaphor. CARR Insights.

Buarque, B. (March 3rd, 2021). How Brazil's far-right 'active' knowledge industry supports Jair Bolsonaro. Open Democracy.

Buarque, B. (April 17, 2020). An anti-Semitic wave may hit the world in the aftermath of the pandemic. Open Democracy.

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