New issue of Fascism Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies
The new issue of Fascism Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies is available online. It contains the following articles:
- Nigel Copsey, ”Fascism… but with an open mind.” Reflections on the Contemporary Far Right in (Western) Europe.
Quote: 'Political scientists should fixate less on novelty and the quest for neat typologies, and instead engage far more seriously with (neo) fascism studies.’
- Remco Ensel, Dutch Face-ism. Portrait Photography and Völkisch Nationalism in the Netherlands.
Quote: ‘The portrait literally gave fascism a face.’
- Miroslav Mareš, Separist Currents in Moravian Fascism and National Socialism.
Quote: ‘Moravian fascist and National Socialist separatism has not played a noticeable role in the history of the Czech lands…’
- Manuel Mireanu, The Spectacle of Security in the Case of Hungarian Far-Right Paramilitary Groups.
‘In the case of the Hungarian far-right, the Roma population was clearly articulated as a security threat that needs to be neutralized if the Hungarian identity is to survive and thrive.’
- Dorde Tomic, On the “right” side? The Radical Right in the Post-Yugoslav Area and the Serbian Case.
Quote: ‘Right-wing extremism or neo-fascism was able to emerge during the 1990s without drawing much public attention, because nationalism was and state-sponsored and state-guided project…’
Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies is a peer-reviewed open access journal and is published twice a year, in April and October. The first issue was published in April 2012.
Information about online submission and manuscript style can be found in the Instructions for Authors at our website.
Madelon de Keizer (NIOD, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Roger Griffin (Oxford, UK)
Marjo Bakker (NIOD, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Board of Editors:
Remieg Aerts (Radboud University Nijmegen, NL)
Mark Antliff (Duke University, USA)
Ruth Ben-Ghiat (New York University, USA)
Emily Braun (City University of New York (CUNY), USA)
Stefan Breuer (University of Hamburg, DE)
Francesco Cassata (University of Genoa, IT)
Nigel Copsey (Teesside University, UK)
Bruno De Wever (Ghent University, BE)
Constantin Iordachi (Central European University, HU)
Aristotle Kallis (Lancaster University, UK)
Wim van Meurs (Radboud University Nijmegen, NL)
Sven Reichardt (University of Konstanz, DE)
Peter Romijn (NIOD, Amsterdam, NL)
Marjan Schwegman (NIOD, Amsterdam, NK)
Anton Shekhovtsov (Sevastopol National Technical University, UA)
James Shields (Aston University, UK)
Zeev Sternhell (The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, IS)
Andreas Umland (National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", UA)
Ewoud Kieft, MA (NIOD, Amsterdam, NL)
Casper Kirkels, MA (NIOD, Amsterdam, NL)
Mary-Ann Middelkoop (University of Cambridge, UK)
Arthur Weststeijn (Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR), IT)
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