Bowd, Gavin. Fascist Scotland: Caledonia and The Far Right. Edinburgh: Birlinn Limited, 2013.
Caiani, Manuela, and Linda Parenti. European and American Extreme Right Groups and the Internet. Ashgate Publishing, 2013. Reprinted by Routledge, 2016. 1. Extreme Right Organizations and the Internet: An Introduction.
Carter, Elisabeth. The Extreme Right in Western Europe: Success or Failure? Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013. Chapter abstracts.
Chavez, Leo R. The Latino Threat: Constructing Immigrants, Citizens, and the Nation. Second edition. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2013.
Della Porta, Donatella. Clandestine Political Violence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Chapter summaries.
The Domestication of Martin Luther King Jr.: Clarence B. Jones, Right-Wing Conservatism, and The Manipulation of the King Legacy. Edited by Lewis V. Baldwin and Rufus Burrow Jr. Foreword by Adam Fairclough. Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books, 2013.
Extreme Right Wing Political Violence and Terrorism. Edited by Max Taylor, Donald Holbrook, and P.M. Currie. London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. Contents: 1. Introduction, by Donald Holbrook and Max Taylor, 1–14; 2. Violence by the Far Right: The American Experience, by Leonard Weinberg, 15–30; 3. Anti-Muslim Violence in the UK: Extremist Nationalist Involvement and Influence, by Robert Lambert, 31–64; 4. Grassroots Activism in the English Defence League: Discourse and Public (Dis)order, by Joel Busher, 65–84; 5. Ulster Loyalism and Extreme Right Wing Politics, by James W. McAuley, 85–104; 6. The Dutch Far Right: From ‘Classical Outsiders’ to ‘Modern Insiders’, by Rob Wittem 105–128; 7. Youth Engagement in Right Wing Extremism: Comparative Cases from the Netherlands, by Ineke van der Valk, 129–148; 8. Right Wing Political Violence in France: Stock Take and Perspectives, by Michel Gandilhon, 149–168; 9. Breivik’s Mindset: The Counterjihad and the New Transatlantic Anti-Muslim Right, by Toby Archer, 169–186; 10. Still Blind in the Right Eye? A Comparison of German Responses to Political Violence from the Extreme Left and the Extreme Right, by Peter Lehr, 187–214; 11. Far Right and Islamist Extremist Discourses: Shifting Patterns of Enmity, by Donald Holbrook, 215–238; 12. Conclusion, by PM Currie, 239–252. Chapter extracts.
Extremism in America. Edited by George Michael. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2013. Contents: Introduction, 1-14 – The Tea Party and the Far Right: Fellow Travelers? / George Michael, 15-44 – “Hell Yes, We’re Fighting!” Revolutionary Anarchism’s Call for Destruction and Creation / José Pedro Zúquete, 45-69 – The New Black Panther Party, Black Nationalism, and the Tangled Legacy of COINTELPRO / J. Mulloy, 70-113 – The Chicano Separatist Movement / Donald W. Trivett, 114-146 – Islamic Extremism in the United States / James M. Lutz and Brenda J. Lutz, 147-167 – Terrorism by Jewish Extremists in the United States / James M. Lutz and Brenda J. Lutz, 168-187 – The Christian Identity Movement / George Michael, 188-217 – Antiabortion Extremism and Violence in the United States / Aaron Winter, 218-248, full text and here – The Radical Environmental and Animal Liberation Movements / Donald R. Liddick, 249-273 – Misidentified and Misunderstood: Extremists and Extremist Groups Incarcerated in U.S. Correctional Facilities / Jeffrey Ian Ross, 274-293 – Terrorism and Extremism in the United States: A Historical Overview / Christopher Hewitt, 294-310 – Conclusion: The Outlook for Extremism in the Twenty-First Century / George Michael, 311-328. Chapter abstracts and here.
Foxman, Abraham H., and Christopher Wolf. Viral Hate: Containing its Spread on the Internet. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity. Edited by Charles Asher Small. Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013. Contents: Introduction / Charles Asher Small, 1–16; “New Europe,” Holocaust memory, and antisemitism / David M. Seymour, 17–25; Antisemitism and anti-capitalism in the current economic crisis / Nicolas Bechter, 27–35; Equations in contemporary anti-Zionism: a conceptual analysis / Shalem Coulibaly, 37–44; Antisemitic metaphors and latent communication / Bjoern Milbradt, 45–49; Economic and behavioral foundations of prejudice / Arye L. Hillman, 51–67; Antisemitism and the victimary era / Adam Katz, 69–75; The antisemitic imagination / Catherine Chatterley, 77–81; The communication latency of antisemitic attitudes: an experimental study / Heiko Beyer and Ivar Krumpal, 83–96; The definition of antisemitism / Kenneth L. Marcus, 83–96; Embracing the nation: Jewish assimilationist and anti-Zionist responses to modernity / C.R. Power and Sharon Power, 111–117; Nationalism and antisemitism in the postnational constellation: thoughts on Horkheimer, Adorno, and Habermas / Karin Stoegner and Johannes Hoepoltseder, 119–131; Modern capitalist society, competing nation states, antisemitism and hatred of the Jewish state / Robin Stoller, 133–138; Fighting antisemitism in the feminist community / Nora Gold, 139–148; Campus antisemitic speech and the First Amendment / Alexander Tsesis, 149–158; Marginalization and its discontents: American Jews in multicultural and identity studies / Jennifer Roskies, 159–169; NGOs and the new antisemitism / Anne Herzberg, 171–186; The image of Israel and Israelis in the French, British, and Italian press during the 1982 Lebanon War / Marianna Scherini, 187–201; Durban reviewed: the transformation of antisemitism in a cosmopolitanizing environment / Elisabeth Kuebler and Matthias Falter, 203–211; Antisemitism and anti-Zionism in the “new” South Africa: observations and reflections / Milton Shain, 213–221; The politics of paranoia: how – and why – the European Radical Right mobilizes antisemitism, xenophobia, and counter-cosmopolitanism / Lars Rensmann, 223–236; Penalizing Holocaust denial: a view from Europe / Aleksandra Gliszczyn´ska-Grabias, 237–256; The Judeo-Masonic enemy in Francoist propaganda (1936-1945) / Javier Domínguez Arribas, 257–264; “Artisans … for Antichrist”: Jews, radical Catholic Traditionalists, and the Extreme Right / Mark Weitzman, 265–281; Post-war antisemitism: Germany’s foreign policy toward Egypt / Ulricke Becker, 283–290; Great expectations: antisemitism and the politics of free-speech jurisprudence / Stephen M. Feldman, 291–296; A brief history of Iberian antisemitism / Lina Gorenstein, 297–304; Antisemitism in contemporary Poland / Marek Kucia, 305–317; Anti-Jewish “propaganda” in Brazil under Dutch occupation / Daniela Levy, 319–326; Antisemitism according to Victor Klemperer / Miriam Oelsner, 327–333; Antisemitic anti-Zionism within the German Left – Die Linke / Sebastian Voigt, 335–343; Two thousand years of antisemitism: from the Canonical Laws to the present day / Anita Waingort Novinsky, 345–349. Chapter previews.
Goodall, Alex. Loyalty and Liberty: American Countersubversion from World War I to the McCarthy Era. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2013. Chapter abstracts.
Hann, Dave. Physical Resistance: Or, A Hundred Years of Anti-Fascism. Winchester, UK, and Washington, USA: Zero Books, 2013.
Mondon, Aurélien. The Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right in France and Australia. A Populist Hegemony? Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2013.
Politics and Policies of Integration in Austria, Hungary, Czechia, Denmark and at the EU Level. Radko Hokovský & Jirí Kopal (eds.). Brno & Praha: League of Human Rights & European Values Think-Tank, 2013. Full text.
Resurgent Antisemitism: Global Perspectives. Edited by Alvin H. Rosenfeld. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013. Contents: Introduction / Alvin H. Rosenfeld — Anti-Zionism, antisemitism, and the rhetorical manipulation of reality / Bernard Harrison — Antisemitism and anti-Zionism as a moral question / Elhanan Yakira — Manifestations of antisemitism in British intellectual and cultural life / Paul Bogdanor — Between old and new antisemitsm: the image of Jews in present-day Spain / Alejandro Baer — Antisemitism redux: on literary and theoretical perversions / Bruno Chaouat — Anti-Zionism and the resurgence of antisemitism in Norway / Eirik Eiglad — Antisemitism redivivus: the rising ghosts of a calamitous inheritance in Hungary and Romania / Szilvia Peremiczky — Comparative and competitive victimization in the post-communist sphere / Zvi Gitelman — The Catholic Church, Radio Maryja, and the question of antisemitism in Poland / Anna Sommer Schneider — Antisemitism among young European Muslims / Gunther Jikeli. The banalization of hate: antisemitism in contemporary Turkey / Rifat N. Bali — Antisemitism’s permutations in the Islamic Republic of Iran / Jamsheed K. Choksy — The Israeli scene: political criticism and the politics of anti-zionism / Ilan Avisar — The roots of antisemitism in the Middle East: new debates / Matthias Ku¨ntzel — Anti-Zionist connections: communisim, radical Islam, and the Left / Robert S. Wistrich — Present-day antisemitism and the centrality of the Jewish alibi / Emmanuele Ottolenghi — Holocaust denial and the image of the Jew, or: “They boycott Auschwitz as an Israeli product” / Dina Porat — Identity politics, the pursuit of social justice, and the rise of campus antisemitism: a case study / Tammi Rossman-Benjamin — The end of the Holocaust and the beginnings of a new antisemitism / Alvin H. Rosenfeld
Right-Wing Extremism in Europe: Country Analyses, Counter-Strategies and Labor-Market Oriented Exit Strategies. Edited for Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Friedrich Ebert Foundation) by Ralf Melzer and Sebastian Serafin. Berlin, Germany: Friederich Ebert Stiftung, 2013. Contents: Editors’ Preface, by Ralf Melzer and Sebastian Seraf, 5-8 – 1. Taking stock – Michael Minkenberg, The European Radical Right and Xenophobia in West and East: Trends, Patterns and Challenges, 9-33 – Country Analyses – Germany: Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism in Germany: Developments and Enabling Structures, by Britta Schellenberg, 34-73 – Greece: Right-Wing Populism and Extremism: The Rapid Rise of “Golden Dawn” in Crisis-Ridden Greece, by Vassiliki Georgiadou, 74-101 – Italy: The Right, the Extreme Right and the Legacy of Fascism in Italy, 2008-2013, by Roberto Chiarini, 102-131 – Portugal: The Extreme right in 21st-Century Portugal: the Partido Nacional Renovador, by Riccardo Marchi, 132-155 – Poland: Radical Nationalism in Poland: From Theory to Practice, by Rafał Pankowski and Marcin Kornak, 156-168 – Romania: Right-Wing Extremism in Romania, by Radu Cinpoeş, 169-197 – Ukraine: The Extreme Right in Ukraine’s Political Mainstream: What Lies Ahead? by Mridula Ghosh, 198-227 – Hungary: More Radical than the Radicals: the Jobbik Party in international comparison, by András Bíró Nagy, Tamás Boros, and Zoltán Vasali, 228-253 – 2. Strategies against right-wing extremism – Gideon Botsch, Christoph Kopke, and Fabian Virchow, Banning Extreme Right-Wing Associations in the Federal Republic of Germany, 255-279 – Brigitte Bailer, The “Ban on Re-Engagement in National Socialist Activity”, as a Social and Political Counter-strategy in Austria, 281-305 – Petra Boumaiza, Labor-Market Oriented Exit-Support Work to Combat Right-Wing Extremism: the XENOS special program, “Exit to Enter” (Ausstieg zum Einstieg), 307-325 – Katrine Fangen and Yngve Carlsson, Right-Wing Extremism in Norway: Prevention and Intervention, 327-357 – 3. Prospects for fighting right-wing extremism at the European level – Martin Schulz, A Diversified Europe United against Right-wing Extremism and Right-Wing Populism, 359-378 – Harald Weilnböck, The Narrative Principle: Good Practice in Anti-Hate Crime Interventions, within the Radicalisation Awareness Network, 379-408 – Kristina Nauditt and Gerd Wermerskirch, Lessons Learned: Can Germany’s “labor-market oriented exit initiative” be adapted for other countries? 409- 425. Full text and here and here and here.
Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse. Edited by Ruth Wodak, Majid KhosraviNik, and Brigitte Mral. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013. Contents: Dynamics of Discourse and Politics in Right-wing Populism in Europe and Beyond: An Introduction, by Ruth Wodak and Majid KhosraviNik, xvii–xxviii, full text and here — Section I. Theories and comparative approaches — 1. Right-Wing Populism: concept and typology – Anton Pelinka, 3-22, full text and here — 2. ‘Anything goes!’ – the Haiderization of Europe – Ruth Wodak, 23–38, full text and here — 3. Loud Values, Muffled Interests: third-way social democracy and right-wing populism – Magnus E. Maradal, 39–54, full text and here — 4. Breaking Taboos and ‘Mainstreaming the Extreme’: the debates on restricting Islamic symbols in contemporary Europe – Aristotle Kallis, 55–70, full text and here and here — 5. Mosques, Minarets, Burqas and Other Essential Threats: the populist right’s campaign against Islam in Western Europe – Hans-Georg Betz, 71–88, full text and here — 6. Hate Across the Waters: the role of American extremists in fostering an international White Consciousness – Heidi Beirich, 89–102, full text and here — Section II. Case Studies – Western Europe — 7. Ploughing the Same Furrow? Continuity and change on Britain’s extreme-right fringe – John E. Richardson, 105–120, full text and here — 8. Contemporary Forms of Racist Movements and Mobilisation in Britain – John Solomos, 121–134, full text and here — 9. From Anti-Immigration and Nationalist Revisionism to Islamophobia: continuities and shifts in recent discourses and patterns of political communication of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) – Michal Krzyzanowski, 135–148, full text and here — 10. Developments within the Radical Right in Germany: discourses, attitudes and actors – Britta Schellenberg, 149–162, full text and here — 11. Carlo Ruzza and Laura Balbo. Italian Populism and the Trajectories of Two Leaders: Silvio Berlusconi and Umberto Bossi – Carlo Ruzza and Laura Balbo, 163–176, full text and here — 12. Explaining the Rise of the Front National to Electoral Prominence: multi-faceted or contradictory models? – Brigitte Beauzamy, 177–190, full text and here — 13. Explaining the Swing to the Right: the Dutch debate on the rise of right-wing populism – Merijn Oudenampsen, 191–208, full text and here — 14. The Stage as an Arena of Political Struggle. The struggle between Vlaams Blok/Belang and Flemish city theatres – Benjamin de Cleen, 209–220, full text and here — Section III. Case Studies – Central and Eastern Europe — 15. The Post-Communist Extreme Right: the Jobbik party in Hungary – András Kovács, 223–234, full text and here — 16. Comparing Radical-Right Populism in Estonia and Latvia – Daunis Auers and Andres Kasekamp, 235–248, full text and here — 17. From Para-Militarism to Radical Right-Wing Populism: the rise of the Ukrainian far-right party Svoboda – Anton Shekhovtsov, 249–264, full text and here — Section IV. Case Studies – Scandinavian context — 18. Populism – Changes Over Time and Space: a comparative and retrospective analysis of populist parties in the Nordic countries from 1965 to 2012 – Björn Fryklund, 267–276, full text and here — 19. The Sweden Democrats came In From The Cold: how the debate about allowing the Sweden Democrats into media arenas shifted between 1998 and 2010 – Simon Oja and Brigitte Mral, 277–292, full text and here — 20. Kristina Boréus. Nationalism and Discursive Discrimination against Immigrants in Austria, Denmark and Sweden – Kristina Boréus, 293–308, full text and here — 21. Mediatization as an Echo-Chamber for Xenophobic Discourses in the Threat Society: the Muhammad cartoons in Denmark and Sweden – Stig A. Nohrstedt, 309–320, full text and here — 22. Dealing with the Extreme Right – Christoph Andersson, 321–330, full text and here.
Right-Wing Radicalism Today: Perspectives from Europe and the US. Edited by Sabine von Mering and Timothy Wyman McCarty. London and New York: Routledge, 2013. Contents: Introduction / Sabine von Mering and Timothy Wyman McCarty, 1-12, full text — Globalized anti-globalists: the ideological basis of the internationalization of right-wing extremism / Thomas Grumke, 13-21 — Right-wing extremism and populism in contemporary Germany and Western Europe / Hans-Gert Jaschke, 22-36 — National solidarity’s no to globalization: the economic and sociopolitical platform of the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) / Gideon Botsch and Christoph Kopke, 37-59 — Extreme right activists: recruitment and experiences / Bert Klandermans, 60-84 — A comparative look at right-wing extremism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobic hate crime in Poland, Ukraine, and Russia / Joachim Kersten and Natalia Hankel, 85-105 — Welfare Chauvinism, Ethnic Heterogeneity and Conditions for the Electoral Breakthrough of Radical Right Parties: Evidence from Eastern Europe/ Lenka Bustikova, 106-123 — From tea parties to militias: between the Republican Party and the insurgent ultra-right in the United States / Chip Berlet, 124-143 — Cycles of right-wing terror in the United States / Peter Simi, 144-160 — Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf: a book of the past in the present / Othmar Plöckinger, 161-171 — Afterword / Kathleen Blee, 172- . Chapter abstracts.
Schofield, Camilla. Enoch Powell and the Making of Postcolonial Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Chapter first pages.
Simon, Jeffrey D. Lone Wolf Terrorism: Understanding the Growing Threat. New York: Prometheus Books, 2013
Stojarová, Věra. The Far Right in the Balkans. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2013. Chapter abstracts.
Trilling, Daniel. Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain’s Far Right. Verso, 2013
Villis, Tom. British Catholics and Fascism: Religious Identity and Political Extremism Between the Wars. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Chapter abstracts and previews.
Zeskind, Leonard. Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2013
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Neumayer, Christina. “When neo-Nazis March and Anti-fascists Demonstrate: Protean Counterpublics in the Digital Age.” Ph.D., IT University of Copenhagen, 2013. Full text.
Pace, Gerald Robert. “Spectacle, Sacrifice and the State: The Legacy of European Fascism and the Revival of Martyrdom in the Modern World.” Ph.D., University of Denver, 2013. Full text.
Polyakova, Alina Naumovna. “The Dark Side of European Integration: Nationalism and Radical Right Mobilization in Contemporary Europe.” Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2013. Full text.
Rooduijn, Matthijs. “A Populist Zeitgeist? The Impact of Populism on Parties, Media and the Public in Western Europe.” Ph.D., University of Amsterdam, 2013. Full text.
Williams, Christina Devin. “Playing the Hungarian Card: An Assessment of Radical Right Impact on Slovak and Hungarian Party Systems and Post-communist Democratic Stability.” M.A., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2013. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Allchorn, William. “From National ‘Clean Hands’ to a Local ‘Engagement’ Approach? UK Members of Parliament Experiences in Countering the British National Party in Their Constituencies.” Journal of Politics & International Studies 8 (Winter 2012/13): 43-83. Full text.
Art, David. “Rise of the Radical Right: Implications for European Politics.” Brown Journal of World Affairs 19.11 (Spring/Summer 2013): 127-137. Full text.
Bangstad, Sindre. “Eurabia Comes to Norway.” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 24.3 (July 2013): 369-391. Mentions Andres Behring Breivik (perpetrator of the 22/7/11 terrorist attacks in Norway); Eurabia (Islamophobic conspiracy theory alleging that Europe is on the verge of being taken over by Muslims); “Fjordman” (Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen) (Norwegian extreme right-wing blogger); and 2083: A European Declaration of Independence (Breivik’s manifesto). Abstract, notes, and references.
Bos, Linda, Wouter van der Brug, and Claes H de Vreese. “An Experimental Test of the Impact of Style and Rhetoric on the Perception of Right-Wing Populist and Mainstream Party Leaders.” Acta Politica 48.2 (Apr. 2013): 192-208. Full text. Supplementary material.
Cannon, Barry. “Political Parties: The Right.” Handbook of Central American Governance. Edited by Diego Sánchez-Ancochea and Salvador Martí i Puig. London and New York: Routledge, 2013. 219-235. Chapter abstract and here.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, Caterina Froio, and Matteo Albanese. “The Appeal of Neo-Fascism in Times of Crisis. The Experience of CasaPound Italia.” Fascism 2.2 (Jan. 2013): 234-258. Full text and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.
Chermak, Steven, Joshua Freilich, and Michael Suttmoeller. “The Organizational Dynamics of Far-Right Hate Groups in the United States: Comparing Violent to Nonviolent Organizations.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36.3 (Mar. 2013): 193-218. Abstract and notes.
Clark, Roland. “Collective Singing in Romanian Fascism.” Cultural and Social History 10.2 (June 2013): 251-271. Full text.
The contemporary Ukrainian extreme right [special issue]: Russian Politics & Law 51.5 (Sept. 2013). Contents: Starting Post-Soviet Ukrainian Right-Wing Extremism Studies from Scratch, by Andreas Umland, 3-10, abstract — Ukrainian Integral Nationalism in Quest of a “Special Path” (1920s-1930s), by Oleksandr Zaitsev, 11-32, abstract — Ultraright Party Politics in Post-Soviet Ukraine and the Puzzle of the Electoral Marginalism of Ukrainian Ultranationalists in 1994-2009, by Andreas Umland &Anton Shekhovtsov, 33-58, abstract — Right-Wing Extremism on the Rise in Ukraine, by Viacheslav Likhachev, 59-74, abstract — Social-Nationalists in the Ukrainian Parliament” How They Got There and What We Can Expect of Them, by Viacheslav Likhachev, 75-85, abstract — A Typical Variety of European Right-Wing Radicalism? by Andreas Umland, 86-95, abstract.
Copsey, Nigel. “Conference Report. Fascist Ideologues. Past and Present. Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University, 4-5 July 2013.” Fascism 2.2 (Jan. 2013): 263-270. Full text and here and here.
Copsey, Nigel. “‘Fascism… but with an Open Mind.’ Reflections on the Contemporary Far Right in (Western) Europe: First Lecture on Fascism – Amsterdam – 25 April 2013.” Fascism 2.1 (Jan. 2013): 1-17. Full text and here and here.
Crawford, Jarret T., Jennifer L. Brady, Jane M. Pilanski, and Heather Erny. “Differential Effects of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation on Political Candidate Support: The Moderating Role of Message Framing.” Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP) 1.1 (2013): 5-28. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Comparative Lone Wolf Terrorism: Toward a Heuristic Definition.” Democracy and Security 9.3 (July 2013): 270-286. Abstract and notes.
Givens, Terri E. “The Radical Right and Immigration in an Era of Economic Crisis.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs 19.2 (Spring/Summer 2013): 139-149. Full text.
Gómez-Reino, Margarita, and Iván Llamazares. “The Populist Radical Right and European Integration: A Comparative Analysis of Party-Voter Links.” West European Politics 36.4 (July 2013): 789-816. Abstract, notes, and references.
Gruenewald, Jeff A. “Using Open-Source Data to Study Bias Homicide Against Homeless Persons.” International Journal of Criminology and Sociology 2 (Dec. 2013): 538-549. Full text.
Gruenewald, Jeff, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Distinguishing ‘Loner’ Attacks from Other Domestic Extremist Violence.” Criminology & Public Policy 12.1 (February 2013): 65-91. First page and funding.
Gruenewald, Jeff, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Far-Right Lone Wolf Homicides in the United States.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36.12 (Dec. 2013): 1005-1024. Abstract.
Gruenewald, Jeff, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “Overview of: ‘Distinguishing ‘Loner’ Attacks from Other Domestic Extremist Violence: A Comparison of Far-Right Homicide Incident and Offender Characteristics.’” Criminology & Public Policy 12.1 (February 2013): 63-64. Abstract.
Halikiopoulou, Daphne, Steven Mock, and Sofia Vasilopoulou. “The Civic Zeitgeist: Nationalism and Liberal Values in the European Radical Right.” Nations and Nationalism 19.1 (2013): 107-127. Abstract.
Harris, Lyndsey, and Rachel Monaghan. “An ‘Alternative Sense of Reality’? The Case of Anders Breivik and the Threat of Right Wing Terrorism.” Radicalization, Terrorism, and Conflict. Edited by Tali K. Walters, Rachel Monaghan, and J. Martin Ramírez. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 47-65. Full text.
Herf, Jeffrey. “Narrative and Mendacity: Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Nazi Germany.” The Oxford Handbook of Propaganda Studies. Edited by Jonathan Auerbach and Russ Castronovo. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. 91-108. Full text.
Huff, Christopher A. “Conservative Student Activism at the University of Georgia.” Rebellion in Black and White: Southern Student Activism in the 1960s. Edited by Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder. Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. 171-191.
Jackson, Paul. “The License to Hate: Peder Jensen’s Fascist Rhetoric in Anders Breivik’s Manifesto 2083: A European Declaration of Independence.” Democracy and Security 9.3 (July 2013): 247-269. Full text.
Johansson, Susanne. “Innovative Methods and Models of Collaboration in the Field of Pedagogical Prevention of Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and Right-wing Extremism: Chances and Perspectives for a Better Cooperation between Formal and Non-formal Education in Germany.” Socialine teorija, empirija, politika ir praktika 7 (2013): 119-132. Full text.
Macklin, Graham. “‘Onward Blackshirts!’ Music and the British Union of Fascists.” Patterns of Prejudice 47.4-5 (Sept. 2013): 430-457. Abstract.
McCauley, Clark, Sophia Moskalenko, and Benjamin Van Son. “Characteristics of Lone-Wolf Violent Offenders: a Comparison of Assassins and School Attackers.” Perspectives on Terrorism 7.1 (February 2013): 4-24. Full text and here and here.
Meuleman, Roza, and Marcel Lubbers. “Manifestations of Nationalist Attitudes: Domestic Music Listening, Participation in National Celebrations, and Far Right Voting.” European Sociological Review 29.6 (Dec. 2013): 1214-1225. Abstract.
Mudde, Cas, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. “Exclusionary vs. Inclusionary Populism: Comparing Contemporary Europe and Latin America.” Government and Opposition 48.2 (Apr. 2013): 147-174. Full text and here and here and here.
Neumann, Peter R. “Options and Strategies for Countering Online Radicalization in the United States.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36.6 (May 2013): 431-459. Full text.
Niemi, Mari K. “The True Finns Identity Politics and Populist Leadership on the Threshold of the Party’s Electoral Triumph.” Javnost – The Public 20.3 (Jan. 2013): 77-91. Abstract and references.
Norocel, Ov Cristian. “‘Give Us Back Sweden!’ A Feminist Reading of the (Re)Interpretations of the Folkhem Conceptual Metaphor in Swedish Radical Right Populist Discourse.” NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 21.1 (Mar. 2013): 4-20. Abstract, funding, and references.
“Norway’s 22/7 Converging Frames of War” [special issue on the 22 July 2011 terror attacks in Oslo and Utøya by Anders Behring Breivik]: Nordic Journal of Migration Research 3.4 (Dec. 2013). Contents: Special Issue Editorial – Erostratus Unbound: Norway’s 22/7 converging frames of war, by Peter Hervik and Susi Meret, 179-186, full text and here and here – Special Issue Articles – After the 22 July Terror in Norway: Media debates on freedom of expression and multiculturalism, by Elisabeth Eide, Maria Kjølstad, and Anja Naper, 187-196, full text and here and here – Danish Media Coverage of 22/7, by Peter Hervik and Sophie Boisen, 197-204, full text and here and here – Spur to Violence?: Anders Behring Breivik and the Eurabia conspiracy, by Jelle van Buuren, 205-215, full text and here and here – They Called a War, and Someone Came: The communicative politics of Breivik’s ideoscape, by Gavan Titley, 216-224, full text and here and here – Antifeminism and White Identity Politics: Political antagonisms in radical right-wing populist and anti-immigration rhetoric in Finland, by Suvi Keskinen, 225-232, full text and here and here and here and here and here and here.
O’Callaghan, Derek, Derek Greene, Maura Conway, Joe Carthy, and Pádraig Cunningham. “An Analysis of Interactions Within and Between Extreme Right Communities in Social Media.” Ubiquitous Social Media Analysis: Third International Workshops, MUSE 2012, Bristol, UK, September 24, 2012, and MSM 2012, Milwaukee, WI, USA, June 25, 2012, Revised Selected Papers. Edited by Martin Atzmueller, Alvin Chin, Denis Helic, Andreas Hotho. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg: Imprint: Springer, 2013. 88-107. Full text and here and here and here.
O’Callaghan, Derek, Derek Greene, Maura Conway, Joe Carthy, and Pádraig Cunningham. “Uncovering the Wider Structure of Extreme Right Communities Spanning Popular Online Networks.” Proceedings of the 5th Annual ACM Web Science Conference – WebSci ’13. New York: ACM Press, 2013. 276-285. Full text and here and here and here.
Richardson, John E., and Monica Colombo. “Continuity and Change in Anti-Immigrant Discourse in Italy: An Analysis of the Visual Propaganda of the Lega Nord.” Journal of Language and Politics 12.2 (Jan. 2013): 180-202. Abstract.
Rydgren, Jens, and Patrick Ruth. “Contextual Explanations of Radical Right-Wing Support in Sweden: Socioeconomic Marginalization, Group Threat, and the Halo Effect.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 36.4 (Apr. 2013): 711-728. Abstract, notes, and references.
Simi, Pete, Bryan F. Bubolz, and Ann Hardman. “Military Experience, Identity Discrepancies, and Far Right Terrorism: An Exploratory Analysis.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 36.8 (Aug. 2013): 654-671. Abstract.
Suttmoeller, Michael J., Jeffrey Gruenewald, Steven M. Chermak, & Joshua D. Freilich. “Killed in the Line of Duty: Comparing Police Homicides Committed by Far-Right Extremists to All Police Homicides.” Law Enforcement Executive Forum 13.1 (2013): 45-64. Full text.
van der Waal, Jeroen, Willem de Koster, and Peter Achterberg. “Ethnic Segregation and Radical Right-Wing Voting in Dutch Cities.” Urban Affairs Review 49.5 (September 2013): 748-777. Abstract and references.
Versluis, Arthur. “Savitri Devi, Miguel Serrano and the global phenomenon of esoteric Hitlerism.” Occultism in a Global Perspective. Edited by Henrik Bogdan and Gordan Djurdjevic. Acumen, 2013; London and New York: Routledge, 2014. 121-134. Chapter summary.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Bakić, Jovo. Right-Wing Extremism in Serbia. February 2013. Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2013. Full text.
Bartlett, Jamie, and Jonathan Birdwell. Cumulative Radicalisation Between Far-Right and Islamist Groups in the UK: A Review of Evidence. London: Demos, 5 November 2013. Full text.
Bartlett, Jamie, Caterina Froio, Mark Littler, and Duncan McDonnell. New Political Actors in Europe: Beppe Grillo and the M5S. London: Demos, February 14, 2013. The seventh in a series of country specific briefings about the online support of populist parties across Europe. Full text and here.
Bartlett, Jamie, Péter Krekó, and Bulcsu Hunyadi. New Political Actors in Europe: Demos and Political Capital on New Opposition Movements in Hungary. London: Demos, 13 November 2013. The eighth in a series of country specific briefings about the online support of populist parties across Europe. Full text.
Copsey, Nigel, Janet Dack, Mark Littler, and Matthew Feldman. Anti-Muslim Hate Crime and the Far Right. Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University, June 2013. Full text and here.
Crown Prosecution Service. Hate crime and crimes against older people report 2012-2013. 2013. Full text.
Easat-Daas, Amina, and Saida Ounissi. European Muslim Youth and the Rise of the Far-right Anti-Muslim Narrative. Brussels: Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations, 2013. Full text.
Flanagan, Aaron, Jill Garvey, Hannah Klemm, Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone, and Domenic Powell. The Quinacrine Report: Sterilization, Modern Day Eugenics, and the Anti-Immigrant Movement. Chicago: Center for New Community, 2013 [9. Paying the Piper: John Tanton and FAIR]. Full text.
Right-Wing Formations in Europe and Their Counter-Measures: An Online Mapping. Compiled by Richard Rogers and the Digital Methods Initiative, Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Govcom.org Foundation, 2013. Contributors: Jan Bajec, Federica Bardelli, Lisa Bergenfelz, Sharon Brehm,Alessandro Brunetti, Gabriele Colombo, Giulia De Amicis, Carlo DeGaetano, Orsolya Gulyas, Eelke Hermens, Catalina Iorga, SaskiaKok, Juliana Paiva, Olga Paraskevopoulou, Simeona Petkova,Tommaso Ranzana, Radmila Radojevic, Ea Ryberg Due, Natalia Sanchez, Catherine Somzé and Lonneke van der Velden. Full text and here.
Schlatter, Evelyn. Terror’s Measure. Southern Poverty Law Center, November 20, 2013. Full text.
State intelligence agencies and the far Right: A review of developments in Germany, Hungary and Austria. ERA Briefing Paper No.6 – April 2013. London: European Research Programme, Institute of Race Relations, 2013. Full text.
von Behr, Ines, Anaïs Reding, Charlie Edwards, and Luke Gribbon. Radicalisation in the digital era. The use of the internet in 15 cases of terrorism and extremism. RAND Europe, 2013. Full text.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
British Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Jewish Defence. Thursday 7 March 2013, 9.30am-6.00pm. The Wiener Library, 29 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DP. Programme.
Fascist Ideologues Past and Present (conference), The Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies at Teeside University, 4-5 July 2013. Programme and audio.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Krupa, Joel. [Review of] America’s Right: Anti-Establishment Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party, by Robert B. Horwitz. LSE Review of Books blog, July 23, 2013. Full text.
Porion, Stéphane. [Review of] Enoch at 100: A Re-Evaluation of the Life, Politics and Philosophy of Enoch Powell. Edited by Lord Howard of Rising. Cercles, March 13, 2013. Full text.
Renfro, Evan. [Review of] The Triumph of Israel’s Radical Right, by Ami Pedahzur. Israel Affairs 19.3 (July 2013): 599-601. First page.
Toye, Richard. [Review of] The Conservative Party and the Extreme Right, 1945-1975, by Mark Pitchford. Cercles, October 30, 2013. Full text.
Wilson, Tim. [Review of] Jeffrey D. Simon, Lone Wolf Terrorism: Understanding the Growing Threat. Journal of Terrorism Research [later Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations] 4.2 (Autumn 2013): 61-62. Full text and here and here and here.
Burghart, Devin. “American racists to speak at Traditional Britain Conference.” Searchlight (October-November 2013): 11-13. Full text.
Röstlund, Johan Apel. “Fascists behind the Swedish mining company.” An English translation of “Fascister bakom svenskt gruvbolag,” Arbetaren, November 22, 2013. Full text in Swedish. English translation.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Arzheimer, Kai. “Germany: Right-Wing NPD Posts Semi-Secret File on Itself.” Kai Arzheimer blog, Feb. 20, 2013. Full text.
Arzheimer, Kai. “German Right-Wing Extremist Gerhard Frey Has Died.” Kai Arzheimer blog, Feb. 23, 2013. Full text.
Corn, David. “Inside Groundswell: Read the Memos of the New Right-Wing Strategy Group Planning a ’30 Front War.’” Mother Jones, July 25, 2013. Full text.
Cunningham, David. “The KKK in North Carolina.” OUPblog, March 3, 2013. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Tit-for-tat extremism only fuels more hatred and violence.” The Conversation, May 24, 2013. Full text.
Kleiner, Sam. “Meet the Conservatives Who Campaigned for Apartheid South Africa.” The Nation, July 9, 2013. On Grover Norquist (Americans For Tax Reform president), Jack Abramoff (convicted former lobbyist), and Jeff Flake (lobbyist, later a senator from Arizona). Mentions anti-Communism; anti-divestment movement; apartheid; College Republicans; International Freedom Foundation (front group for the South African Army, opened by Jack Abramoff in 1986); “Operation Babushka” (a movement meant to undermine Nelson Mandela’s international approval); Reagan administration; Jonas Savimbi (Angolan rebel leader); and Red Scorpion (Jack Abramoff’s anti-Communist propaganda film). Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “The European elite’s politics of fear.” openDemocracy, 18 March 2013. Full text.
“UKIP are not exceptional – the radical right is in flux across Europe.” Soft morning, city! May 25, 2013. Full text.