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.
An Authoritarian Third Way in the Era of Fascism Diffusion, Models and Interactions in Europe and Latin America
Exposing the Right and Fighting for Democracy Celebrating Chip Berlet as Journalist and Scholar
No Free Speech for Fascists Exploring ‘No Platform’ in History, Law and Politics
France’s Purveyors of Hatred Aspects of the French Extreme Right and its Influence, 1918–1945
British Fascism After the Holocaust From the Birth of Denial to the Notting Hill Riots 1939–1958
Edited By António Costa Pinto
November 26, 2021
This book takes a transnational and comparative approach that analyses the process of diffusion of a third way in selected transitions to authoritarianism in Europe and Latin America. When looking at the authoritarian wave of the 1930s, it is not difficult to see how some regimes appeared to ...
Edited By Pam Chamberlain, Matthew N. Lyons, Abby Scher, Spencer Sunshine
September 29, 2021
This book celebrates the life and work of scholar-activist Chip Berlet. His contributions over four decades have had broad-ranging impacts: on activists, independent intellectuals, and academics, from think tanks and social movements to generations of scholars. Berlet’s work over the decades has ...
Edited By A. James McAdams, Alejandro Castrillon
September 27, 2021
This book is the first systematic analysis of the efforts of a broad range of contemporary far-right thinkers to popularize their critiques of liberal democratic norms and institutions and make their ideas the subjects of sustained political and academic debate. The book focuses on outspoken ...
Edited By Gisela Pereyra Doval, Gastón Souroujon
July 27, 2021
This book provides a broad-ranging analysis of the global resurgence of right-wing forces in the twenty-first century. These parties, organisations and social movements represent a break from right-wing forces in interwar political history in Europe and the United States, and the right-wing ...
By David Renton
June 25, 2021
No Free Speech for Fascists explores the choice of anti-fascist protesters to demand that the opportunities for fascists to speak in public places are rescinded, as a question of history, law, and politics. It explains how the demand to no platform fascists emerged in 1970s Britain, as a limited ...
By Ralf Havertz
March 31, 2021
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of radical right populism in Germany. It gives an overview of historical developments of the phenomenon and its current appearance. It examines three of the main far-right organizations in Germany: the radical right populist party AfD (Alternative for ...
Edited By Marco Bresciani
December 31, 2020
This book features a broad range of thematic and national case studies which explore the interrelations and confrontations between conservatives and the radical Right in the European and global contexts of the interwar years. It investigates the political, social, cultural, and economic issues that...
By Dan Stone
December 31, 2020
This book contains essays on Fascism, Nazism and the Holocaust by distinguished scholar Professor Dan Stone. It examines issues such as race science and the racial state, Nazi race ideology, slave labour, concentration camps, British reaction to the rise of Nazism and the Holocaust, the search for ...
By Richard Griffiths
December 31, 2020
This book examines the extreme right in France during the interwar period. It begins by describing the background of the French right before 1914 and then provides commentary and analysis of the broad range of the extra-parliamentary right in interwar France. Organisations such as Action Française ...
Edited By Stephen D. Ashe, Joel Busher, Graham Macklin, Aaron Winter
November 18, 2020
Researching the Far Right brings together researchers from across the humanities and social sciences to provide much needed discussion about the methodological, ethical, political, personal, practical and professional issues and challenges that arise when researching far right parties, their ...
By Joe Mulhall
October 22, 2020
This book explores the policies and ideologies of a number of individuals and groups who attempted to relaunch fascist, antisemitic and racist politics in the wake of World War II and the Holocaust. Despite the leading architects of fascism being dead and the newsreel footage of Jewish bodies ...
Edited By Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, David J Featherstone
September 21, 2020
This book initiates a critical discussion on the varieties of global anti-fascism and explores the cultural, political and practical articulations of anti-fascism around the world. This volume brings together a group of leading scholars on the history of anti-fascism to provide a comprehensive ...