Tiago Fernandes coordinates PEA data collection in Portugal for the project Disobedient Democracy. He is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Nova University (Lisbon) and the Varieties of Democracy Project Regional Manager for Southern Europe.
Tiago holds a PhD from the European University Institute (Florence). Some of his recent works are (with D. della Porta, M. Andretta, F. O’Connor, E. Romanos, M. Vogiatzoglou), Late neoliberalism and its discontents: Comparing crises and movements in the European periphery, Palgrave-Macmillan, 2016; (with D. della Porta, M. Andretta, E. Romanos, M. Vogiatzoglou), Memories and Movements. The Legacy of Democratic Transitions in Contemporary Anti-Austerity Protest, Oxford University Press, 2017; and (co-edited with Michael Bernhard and Rui Branco), Special Issue on Civil Society, Democracy, and Inequality: Cross-Regional Comparisons (1970s-2015), Comparative Politics (2017). Currently he is writing a book, provisionally entitled Civil Society, Democracy and Authoritarianism: A Comparison of France, Italy and Spain (1870s-1940s) and editing another, Varieties of Democracy in Southern Europe, 1968-2015.