Lamprini Rori is a Lecturer in Politics at the University of Exeter. She has previously been a Leventis Fellow in Modern Greek Studies at SEEOX, St Antony’s and a Marie Curie (Intra-European) Fellow at Bournemouth University. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her thesis examined how the professionalization of political communication affected the organizational change of socialist parties in Europe and most particularly in France and Greece from mid-1970s to 2012. She also holds a BA in International and European Studies from the University of Macedonia, an MA in Political Sociology and Public Policy from Sciences Po Paris and an MA in Political and Social Communications from Paris I University. She currently the Principal Investigator of the Hellenic Observatory LSE grant “Low-intensity violence in crisis-ridden Greece. Evidence from the radical right and the radical left”, Early Career Fellow at the British School at Athens and Press Officer of the Greek Politics Specialist Group of the PSA. Her research focuses on radicalisation, the European far-right, radicalism and extremism in Greece, the role of emotions in political behaviour, mass media effects and the dynamics of political networks in social media. She has worked for research projects on political behaviour in crisis-ridden Greece and the Greek diaspora. Lamprini offers courses on comparative politics, political psychology of the masses, political sociology, research methods and design. Before joining academia, she was a political communications expert, drawing her experience form both the French private sector (Agence Verte, Paris) and the Greek government (General Secretary for Press and Mass Media, Cabinet of the Minister for Citizen Protection & the Minister for Regional Competitiveness and Development). She has published extensively on Greek elections and parties, the European far-right and the rise of right-wing extremism. Her articles appear, among others, in Electoral Studies, Party Politics, West European Politics, Pôle Sud.