23 January 2020

Just before Christmas a new issue of the open access journal Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies (volume 8, no. 2) was published. The special issue ‘Fascist and National Socialist Antiquities and Materialities from the Interwar Era to the Present’ presents articles about the use of classicism by the Fascist and National Socialists regimes and how it affects current society. For instance in Italy’s refugees policy and in the architecture in Berlin and Rome. Outside of the special issue we published an article about the neo-Nazi’s in the World Union of National Socialists (WUNS) and one about the proto-fascism of the Southern states during the American Civil War (1861-1865).

1.    Editorial Introduction: Fascist and National Socialist Antiquities and Materialities from the Interwar Era to the Present Day 
By: Helen Roche, Flaminia Bartolini and Timothy J. Schmalz 
2.    Mussolini’s ‘Third Rome’, Hitler’s Third Reich and the Allure of Antiquity: Classicizing Chronopolitics as a Remedy for Unstable National Identity? 
By: Helen Roche 
3.    Viewing Rome in the Latin Literature of the Ventennio Fascista: Francesco Giammaria’s Capitolium Novum 
By: Nicolò Bettegazzi, Han Lamers and Bettina Reitz-Joosse 
4.    Fascism, National Socialism, and the 1939 New York World’s Fair 
By: James J. Fortuna 
5.    ‘Stones do not Speak for Themselves’: Disentangling Berlin’s Palimpsest 
By: Clare Copley 
6.    Mare Nostrum: Italy and the Mediterranean of Ancient Rome in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries 
By: Samuel Agbamu 
7.    Dreaming of a National Socialist World: The World Union of National Socialists (WUNS) and the Recurring Vision of Transnational Neo-Nazism 
By: Paul Jackson 
8.    Antebellum Palingenetic Ultranationalism: The Case for including the United States in Comparative Fascist Studies 
By: Stefan Roel Reyes 

Fascism, vol. 8, no. 2 (2019):
https://brill.com/view/journals/fasc/8/2/fasc.8.issue-2.xml

About Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies
Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies is a peer reviewed open access journal, published by Brill and NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Fascism publishes articles by both seasoned researchers and postgraduates, exploring the phenomenon of fascism in a comparative context. All articles are freely available online. Fascism is published twice a year. The first issue was published in April 2012. Since 2018 the journal is the main publishing platform of COMFAS International Association for Comparative Fascist Studies.
Web addresses: brill.com/fasc; comfas.org