This book series focuses upon national, transnational and global manifestations of fascist, far right and right-wing politics primarily within a historical context but also drawing on insights and approaches from other disciplinary perspectives. Its scope also includes anti-fascism, radical-right populism, extreme-right violence and terrorism, cultural manifestations of the far right, and points of convergence and exchange with the mainstream and traditional right.
Inside the Black Box of 'White Backlash' Letters of Support to Enoch Powell (1968-1969)
The Fascist Faith of the Legion "Archangel Michael" in Romania, 1927–41 Martyrdom and National Purification
Anti-Fascism, Gender, and International Communism The Comité Mondial des Femmes contre la Guerre et le Fascisme, 1934 – 1941
Male Supremacism in the United States From Patriarchal Traditionalism to Misogynist Incels and the Alt-Right
A Transnational History of Right-Wing Terrorism Political Violence and the Far Right in Eastern and Western Europe since 1900
By Olivier Esteves
December 09, 2022
Inside the Black Box of ‘White Backlash’ researches the contents of the letters of support sent to British politician Enoch Powell in the wake of his so-called ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech of April 20, 1968. Never has a politician received so much written support in so short a time. This book takes a ...
By Nicola Karcher, Markus Lundström
December 02, 2022
Nordic Fascism is the first comprehensive history in English of fascism in the Nordic countries. Transnational cooperation between radical nationalists has especially been the case in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland, where fascism has not only developed through interdependent processes but ...
By Constantin Iordachi
November 29, 2022
The Fascist Faith of the Legion "Archangel Michael" in Romania, 1927–41 engages critically with recent works on fascism, totalitarianism, and religion, and advances an original theoretical and methodological approach to fascism as a political faith. On this basis, the book constructs an innovative ...
By David Renton
November 24, 2022
Horatio Bottomley and the Far Right Before Fascism examines Bottomley’s life and politics, and what made him one of the great figures of Edwardian life. During the first world war, his magazine John Bull sold two million copies a week. Bottomley addressed huge crowds urging them to wage a way of ...
By Jasmine Calver
November 04, 2022
Anti-Fascism, Gender, and International Communism provides a comprehensive history of the Comité mondial des femmes contre la guerre et le fascisme (CMF), an international women’s organisation concerned with confronting the impact of fascism on women and children across the globe. Women played an ...
By Joshua Cohen
October 14, 2022
British Antifascism and the Holocaust, 1945–79 explores the extent to which the Holocaust has shaped British antifascism. The author tests assertions of an uncomplicated relationship between Holocaust memory and the imperative to resist postwar fascist revivals. For those with a scholarly interest ...
By Matteo Albanese
September 30, 2022
The text represents a long journey in the debate that characterized the multifaceted political phenomenon of neo-fascism. From the end of the Second World War until the fall of the communist regimes, groups, parties and individuals have given life to a network of action and thought that has ...
By Bàrbara Molas
August 19, 2022
Canadian Multiculturalism and the Far Right examines a neglected aspect of the history of 20th century Canadian multiculturalism and the far right to illuminate the ideological foundations of the concept of ‘third force’. Focusing on the particular thought of ultra-conservative Ukrainian Canadian ...
By Leandro Pereira Gonçalves, Odilon Caldeira Neto
April 29, 2022
Fascism in Brazil analyzes the long and varied history of the Brazilian extreme right. The book examines integralism, the main historical Brazilian fascist ideology represented by Brazilian integralist Action, the largest fascist movement outside Europe. It analyzes the Integralist tradition from ...
By Emily K. Carian, Alex DiBranco, Chelsea Ebin
April 22, 2022
Male Supremacism in the United States is a timely editorial collection providing analysis of current patriarchal, misogynistic, and antifeminist threats in the United States, The book theorizes how male supremacism—the system that disproportionately privileges cis men and subordinates women, trans ...
By Johannes Dafinger, Moritz Florin
March 31, 2022
A Transnational History of Right-Wing Terrorism offers new insights into the history of right-wing extremism and violence in Europe, East and West, from 1900 until the present day. It is the first book to take such a broad historical approach to the topic. The book explores the transnational ...
By Oliver Decker, Johannes Kiess, Elmar Brähler
March 22, 2022
The Dynamics of Right-Wing Extremism within German Society explores the prevalence of right-wing extremist attitudes in Germany. The book provides a thorough psychosocial and sociological theory of general authoritarian dynamics to explain broader societal attitudes, particularly focusing on ...