Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies Volume 11, issue 1 (2022)
We proudly present volume 11, issue 1 (2022) of the Fascism journal (open access). It’s an issue containing 5 articles and 5 book reviews. We hope you’ll enjoy reading the articles and encourage you to share them.
Table of Contents, Volume 11, issue 1 (2022):
- Aron Brouwer / The Pan-Fascist Paradox: How Does a Nationalist-Minded Fascist Think Transnationally?
- Bàrbara Molas / The Classocracy League of Canada: A Fascist Form of Canadian Multiculturalism?
- Roger Griffin / Ghostbusting fascism? The Spectral Aspects of the Era of Fascism and its Shape-Shifting Relationship to the Radical Right
- Riccardo Marchi and Raquel da Silva / Extreme Right Violence in the Portuguese Transition to Democracy: Portugal’s Liberation Army (1974-1976)
- Fredrik Wilhelmsen / When the Medium Is Not the Message: Breivik, Tarrant, and the Conceptions of History of Contemporary Right-Wing Extremist Lone-Actor Terrorists
- Craig Fowlie / American Anti-Fascism Comes of Age: A Review Essay
- Stephen Ashe / Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey and David Featherstone, eds. Anti-Fascism in a Global Perspective: Transnational Networks, Exile Communities, and Radical Internationalism (Abingdon: Routledge, 2021)
- Elsbeth Locher-Scholten / Barbara Henkes, Negotiating Racial Politics in the Family: Transnational Histories Touched by National Socialism and Apartheid (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2020)
- Carlos Manuel Gonçalves Pereira Martins / Max W. Ward, Thought Crime: Ideology and State Power in Interwar Japan (Durham, Duke University Press, 2019)
- Gustaf Forsell / Nathaniël D. B. Kunkeler, Making Fascism in Sweden and the Netherlands: Myth-Creation and Respectability, 1931–40 (London & New York. Bloomsbury Academic: 2021)