This symposium on the history and memory of antifascism in Europe tries to asess the historiographical trends on the topic that have emerged over the last fifteen years. Its main goal is to encourage reflection on the implications of writing the history of antifascism in the years 1922-1945, placed between the scientific and the public sphere. The speakers will adopt a transnational and comparatist perspective to discuss the experiences of countries which experienced fascist or para-fascist regimes, such as Italy, Germany, Spain and Portugal, as well as those where anti-fascism appeared as a preventive movement against internal and external threats, such as France, Britain and the United States. Presentations will be in French and English, without translations.
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