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Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García

Email: Position(s):  Assistant Professor of Digital History, Texas State University Research Editor, EuropeNow (Council for European Studies at Columbia University) Specialist Research Areas: The history of Fascism, Nazism, and the Falange Española; historic and contemporary anti-fascism; radical right youth culture and universities; Europe; the Iberian Peninsula; historical monuments and memory; Internet culture and dissemination… Continue reading “Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García”

Examining ethical practicalities raised by Valencia-Garcia’s “The Ethics of Consuming Fascism”

Recently, Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia addressed the ethical challenge researchers face when purchasing extremist materials. In buying books from publishers, subscribing to podcasts, or paying for membership in web forums, researchers are indeed helping to fund these extremist projects. While that support may be small, Valencia-Garcia points out, its ethical implications must be reckoned with.… Continue reading “Examining ethical practicalities raised by Valencia-Garcia’s “The Ethics of Consuming Fascism””


The fact that we are living in an era of radical climate change, caused by humans, has been undisputed by the scientific community for years. Today, young people in both the United States and Europe are desperately trying to hit the emergency button. In Belgium, tens of thousands of students have been regularly protesting since… Continue reading “LOCATING THE RADICAL RIGHT IN AN AGE OF RADICAL CLIMATE CHANGE”

Spain First: The Return of the Falange

After 1975, the remnants of Franco’s Falange Española de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Sindicalista were scattered across Spain, and found minimal support – despite attempts to consolidate power during the early years of the democracy. Numerous political parties aspired to claim the Falange as their own over the next forty years—most simply disappearing. In… Continue reading “Spain First: The Return of the Falange”

Vox and the Return of the Radical Right in Spain

  Since the death of the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco, who ruled from 1939 until his death in 1975, Spain has been a country without a strong radical right-wing presence. In fact, in 2017, Senior Analyst at the Elcano Royal Institute Carmen González-Enríquez declared Spain ‘inoculated’ against radical right-wing populism because of the legacy of… Continue reading “Vox and the Return of the Radical Right in Spain”


Senior Fellows Dr Carmen Aguilera-Carnerero Professor Dominic Alessio Dr William Allchorn Associate Professor Chris Allen Mr Sean Arbuthnot Dr Megan A. Armstrong Professor Imran Awan Mr William Baldet Professor Tamir Bar-On Dr David Barnes Dr Roland Clark Mr Jacob Davey Dr James Downes Dr Maureen Eger Professor Valery Engel Professor Matthew Feldman Dr Bernhard Forchtner… Continue reading “Fellows”