Hampton Stall


Research Associate of Conflict Anthropology

Hampton Stall's research investigates militant group organization, cross-ideological relationships, and group cultural production. He is the founder of MilitiaWatch, which focuses on US-based right-wing militia groups. Additionally, he is a Senior Researcher at the US desk for the Armed Conflict Location Event Data (ACLED) Project.


He holds a Bachelors with Honors in Political Science from Davidson College and an Applied Anthropology Masters from Emory University. Stall has conducted fieldwork in the Levant and Northern Ireland. 

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Revealed: walkie-talkie app Zello hosted far-right groups who stormed Capitol (Co-Authored with Micah Loewinger), The Guardian, January 13, 2021.

What’s In A Meme? The Rise of “Saint Kyle”, (Co-Authored with David Foran and Hari Prasad), GNET Insights, October 29, 2020.


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