Max Horder is a fourth-year PhD candidate in Anthropology at Princeton University. His overall research interests focus on populism, polarisation and the broader disintegration of trust in liberal-democratic institutions across Europe. He currently resides in London, where he conducts long-term ethnographic work with members of political parties across the United Kingdom. His academic study of Antisemitism focuses primarily on the context of national populism. He is interested specifically in the categories of ‘nationalists’ and ‘globalists’ and how they draw the political imagery of 20th century Europe.