Bangstad, Sindre. Anders Breivik and the Rise of Islamophobia. London: Zed Books, 2014
Banks, Antoine J. Anger and Racial Politics: The Emotional Foundation of Racial Attitudes in America. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014
Bromark, Stian. Massacre in Norway: The 2011 Terror Attacks on Oslo & the Utoya Youth Camp. Translated by Hon Khiam Leong. Lincoln: Potomac Books, 2014
Carleton, Don. Red Scare: Right-Wing Hysteria, Fifties Fanaticism, and Their Legacy in Texas. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2014. Chapter first pages.
Doublespeak: The Rhetoric of the Far Right Since 1945. Edited by Matthew Feldman and Paul Jackson. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2014. Contents: Part 1. Manipulations of the message – ‘Lingua quarti imperii’: the euphemistic tradition of the extreme right, by Roger Griffin – Toxic rhetoric, the language of The Turner Diaries: A Novel, by Janet Wilson. 2083 – A European declaration of independence: a license to kill, by Paul Jackson – The strategy of discursive provocation: a discourse-historical analysis of the FPO¨’s discriminatory rhetoric, by Ruth Wodak – Part 2. Western Europe and the USA – ‘Teaching the truth to the hardcore’: the public and private presentation of BNP ideology, by Graham Macklin – Wavering between radical and moderate: the discourse of the Vlaams Belang in Flanders (Belgium), by Hilde Coffé and Jeroen Dewulf – Defending Dutch freedom: the far right in the Netherlands, 1932-2012, by Koen Vossen – Far right rhetoric in the United States: a carnival of buncombe, by Leonard Weinberg – Part 3. Central, Southern and Eastern Europe – A case study of anti-Semitism in the language and politics of the contemporary far right in Germany, by Gideon Botsch and Christoph Kopke – ‘Fascism for the Third Millennium’: An Overview of Language and Ideology in Italy’s CasaPound Movement, by Anna Castriota and Matthew Feldman, 223-246, full text – Anti-Semitism on the curriculum: MAUP – the Interregional Academy for Personnel Management, by Per Anders Rudling – Language of authorities and radical nationalists, by Alexander Verkhovsky – Part 4. Afterword – Heroes Know Which Villains to Kill: How Coded Rhetoric Incites Scripted Violence, by Chip Berlet, full text.
Ellinas, Antonis A. The Media and the Far Right in Western Europe: Playing the Nationalist Card. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2014
Gender, Conservatism and Political Representation. Edited by Karen Celis and Sarah Childs. Colchester, UK: ECPR Press, 2014. Contents: Introduction: The ‘Puzzle’ of Gender, Conservatism and Representation, by Karen Celis and Sarah Childs — Chapter One: Conservative Female Candidates in Germany and Japan: Supply and Demand, by Sarah Elise Wiliarty and Alisa Gaunder — Chapter Two: Christian Democratic Party Feminisation: The German Christian Democratic Union and the Male Breadwinner Model, by Josef Hien — Chapter Three: A Complex Mediation of Interests: Party Feminisation Processes in the Italian Christian Democratic Party, by Daniela R. Piccio — Chapter Four: Gender Politics of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey, by Zeynep Sahin-Mencütek — Chapter Five: When Less Means More: Influential Women of the Right – The Case of Bulgaria, by Ekaterina R. Rashkova and Emilia Zankina — Chapter Six: Motherhood, Representation and Politics: Conservative Women’s Groups Negotiate Ideology and Strategy, by Ronnee Schreiber — Chapter Seven: Conservative Women and Executive Office in Australia and New Zealand, by Jennifer Curtin — Chapter Eight: (Re)Presenting Women: Gender and the Politics of Sex in Contemporary Italy, by Roberta Guerrina — Chapter Nine: Conservative Women MPs’ Constructions of Gender Equality in Finland, by Johanna Kantola and Milja Saari — Chapter Ten: Feminist Proposals and Conservative Voices: The Substantive Representation of Women in Argentina, by Jennifer M. Piscopo — Chapter Eleven: Mapping ‘Feminist’ Demands Across the French Political Spectrum, by Rainbow Murray and Réjane Sénac — Chapter Twelve: Representing Women’s Interests and the UK Conservative Party: ‘To the Left, To the Right’, Party Members, Voters and Representatives, by Rosie Campbell and Sarah Childs — Chapter Thirteen: Are Conservatism and Feminism Mutually Exclusive? A Study of ‘Feminist Conservative’ Voters in Belgium, by Silvia Erzeel, Karen Celis and Didier Caluwaerts — Chapter Fourteen: Islamist Women’s Leadership in Morocco, by Emanuela Dalmasso and Francesco Cavatorta.
Gruber, Oliver. Campaigning in Radical Right Heartland: The Politicization of Immigration and Ethnic Relations in Austrian General Elections 1971-2013. Zürich and Berlin: Lit, 2014
Hutter, Swen. Protesting Culture and Economics in Western Europe: New Cleavages in Left and Right Politics. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2014. Chapter abstracts.
In the Tracks of Breivik: Far Right Networks in Northern and Eastern Europe. Edited by Mats Deland, Michael Minkenberg, and Christin Mays. Berlin/Vienna: lit Verlag, 2014. Contents: Introduction, by Michael Minkenberg, Mats Deland, and Christin Mays, 9-18 – Mapping the right-wing extremist movement on the Internet – structural patterns 2006-2011, by Ralf Wiederer, 19-51 – Two fascisms in contemporary Europe? Understanding the ideological split of the Radical Right, by Rasmus Fleischer, 53-70 – Far right youth transnational cooperation in East Central Europe, by Miroslav Mareš, 71-85 – Russia’s Radical Right and its Western European connections: Ideological borrowings and personal interactions, by Marlene Laruelle, 87-104 – Transnational cooperation between Western European and Russian right-wing music scenes: Overcoming the limitations of “Pan-Aryan” racism, by Tatiana Golova, 105-126 – Negative European attitudes toward Muslims. Questions, theories and possible explanations, by Åke Sander, 127-140 – The place of Islamophobia/Muslimophobia among radical Lithuanian nationalists – a neglected priority? by Egdūnas Račius, 141-154 – Islamophobia or legitimate concern? Contrasting official and populist understandings of opposition to Muslims, by Göran Larsson, 155-166. Full text.
Jones, Larry. The German Right in the Weimar Republic. New York: Berghahn Books, 2014
Little ‘Red Scares’: Anti-Communism and Political Repression in the United States, 1921-1946. Edited by Robert Justin Goldstein. Farnham (Surrey, England): Ashgate, 2014. Contents: After the Red Scare: Civil Liberties in the Era of Harding and Coolidge / Ernest Freeberg — The FBI and the Politics of Anti-Communism, 1920-1945: A Prelude to Power / Athan Theoharis — Citizens versus Outsiders: Anti-Communism at State and Local Levels / M.J. Heale — Red Herrings? The Fish Committee in the Early Depression Years / Alex Goodall — Little Red Schoolhouses? Anti-Communists and Education in the “Age of Conflicts” / Timothy Cain — Fighting the “Red Danger”: Employers and Anti-Communism / Chad Pearson — Leftward Ramparts: Labor and Anti-Communism Between the World Wars / Markku Ruotsila — Premature McCarthyism: Spanish Republican Aid and the Origins of Cold War Anti-Communism / Eric Smith — Laying the Foundations for the Post-World War II Red Scare: Investigating the Left-Feminist Consumer Movement / Landon R.Y. Storrs — The Dies Committee v. the New Deal: Real Americans and the Unending Search for Un-Americans / Kenneth O’Reilly — The Long Black and Red Scare: Anti-Communism and the African-American Freedom Struggle / Robbie Lieberman — Shooting Rabid Dogs: New York’s Rapp Coudet Attack on Teachers Unions / Stephen Leberstein — The History of the Smith Act and the Hatch Act: Anti-Communism and the Rise of the Conservative Coalition in Congress / Rebecca Hill.
McGowan, Lee. The Radical Right in Germany 1870 to the Present. London and New York: Routledge, 2014. First published by Pearson Education Limited, 2002. Chapter 1. The far right in German history and politics: an introduction, 1-15. Chapter abstracts.
The Post-War Anglo-American Far Right: A Special Relationship of Hate. Edited by Paul Jackson and Anton Shekhovtsov. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Contents: Preface; Paul Jackson and Anton Shekhovtsov – Contributor Biographies – Part I – 1. Accumulative Extremism: The Post-war Tradition of Anglo-American Neo-Nazi Activism; Paul Jackson – Part II – 2. ‘Penny-wise…’: Ezra Pound’s Posthumous Legacy to Fascism; Matthew Feldman and Andrea Rinaldi, 39–66, full text – 3. Jim Crow and Union Jack: Southern Segregationists and the British Far Right; Clive Webb – 4. Cultural Marxism and the Radical Right; Jerome Jamin – 5. The Tea Party Movement at the Crossroads of Nation and State; Leonard Zeskind – 6. The German ‘National Socialist Underground (NSU)’ and Anglo-American Networks. The Internationalization of Far-Right Terror; Daniel Koehler – Conclusions: Suggestions for Future Exploration of ‘Transnational Fascism’; Paul Jackson and Anton Shekhovtsov – Select Bibliography – Index.
Rethinking Fascism and Dictatorship in Europe. Edited by António Costa Pinto and Aristotle Kallis. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Contents: Introduction, by António Costa Pinto and Aristotle Kallis, 1-10 — Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives — The ‘Fascist Effect’: On the Dynamics of Political Hybridization in Inter-War Europe, by Aristotle Kallis, 13-41 — Fascism and the Framework for Interactive Political Innovation during the Era of the Two World Wars, by David D. Roberts, 42-66 — The Nature of ‘Generic Fascism’: Complexity and Reflexive Hybridity, by Roger Eatwell, 67-86 — Fascism, Corporatism and the Crafting of Authoritarian Institutions in Inter-War European Dictatorships, by António Costa Pinto, 87-117 — Case Studies — The Coming of the Dollfuss-Schuschnigg Regime and the Stages of its Development, by Gerhard Botz, 121-153 — Salazar’s ‘New State’: The Paradoxes of Hybridization in the Fascist Era, by Goffredo Adinolfi and António Costa Pinto, 154-175 — State and Regime in Early Francoism, 1936-45: Power Structures, Main Actors and Repression Policy, by Miguel Jerez Mir and Javier Luque, 176-197 — Stages in the Development of the ‘Fourth of August’ Regime in Greece, by Mogens Pelt, 198-218 — External Influences on the Evolution of Hungarian Authoritarianism, 1920-44, by Jason Wittenberg, 219-232 — A Continuum of Dictatorships: Hybrid Totalitarian Experiments in Romania, 1937-44, by Constantin Iordachi, 233-271 — Conclusion, by Aristotle Kallis, António Costa Pinto, 272-282. Chapter abstracts.
Rising Populism and European Elections: Collection of selected contributions. Institute of European Democrats (IED), Spring 2014. Contents: Populism, Polarization, Politicization, Participation. Projecting the EU Beyond the Market? by Francesco Nicoli, 5-31 — Populism, Elites and Euroscepticism: the Case of Austria, by Costanza Caputi, 32-49 — Populism and the European Elections in Cyprus, Ellada Ioannou, 50-79 — Populism in France: 2014 European Elections at Stake? by Mathieu Camescasse, 80-101 — Roma Migration in France: Free Movement in Europe Union or a Threat For the National Security, by Radost Zaharieva, 102-127 — Which Political Processes Hamper and Benefit Right Populist Parties’ Advances – Lessons from the German Case 1982-2012, by Timo Lochocki, 128-152 — An Examination of the ‘Far Right’ and ‘Populist Politics’ in Contemporary Ireland, by Peter Mcguigan, 153-177 — Opposition in the Eu and Opposition to the Eu: Soft and Hard Euroscepticism in Italy in the Time of Austerity, by Pietro Castelli Gattinara and Caterina Froio, 178-209 — A Five Star Digital Populism, by Gentiola Madhi, 210-228 — A Brief Overview of the Romanian Case, by Mihai Sebe, 229-257 — Populism in Spain: Different from the Rest of the Europe, but Anyway Growing, by Oier Lobera Ezenarro, 258-281. Full text and here and here.
Rossolinski-Liebe, Grzegorz. Stepan Bandera: The Life and Afterlife of a Ukrainian Nationalist: Fascism, Genocide, and Cult. Stuttgart, Germany: Ibidem, 2014
Staudenmaier, Peter. Between Occultism and Nazism: Anthroposophy and the Politics of Race in the Fascist Era. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2014. Chapter previews.
The Texas Right: The Radical Roots of Lone Star Conservatism. Edited by David O’Donald Cullen and Kyle G. Wilkison. College Station, Tex.: Texas A&M University Press, 2014. Contents: From “Turn Texas Loose” to the Tea Party: Origins of the Texas Right, by David O’Donald Cullen, 1-9 — Texan by Color: The Racialization of the Lone Star State, by Michael Phillips, 10-33 — “The Evils of Socialism”: The Religious Right in Early Twentieth-Century Texas, by Kyle G. Wilkison, 34-50 — “He, Being Dead, Yet Speaketh”: J. Frank Norris and the Texas Religious Right at Midcentury, by Samuel K. Tullock, 51-67 — The Far Right in Texas Politics During the Roosevelt Era, by Keith Volanto, 68-86 — Establishing the Texas Right, 1940-1960, by George N. Green, 87-100 — The Paranoid Style and its Limits: The Power, Influence, and Failure of the Postwar Texas Right, by Sean P. Cunningham, 101-118 — Focus on the Family: Twentieth-Century Conservative Texas Women and the Lone Star Right, by Nancy E. Baker, 119-154 — Texas Tradition and the Right: Continuity and Change, by Michael Lind, 155-172. Chapter excerpts.
Thrift, Bryan Hardin. Conservative Bias: How Jesse Helms Pioneered the Rise of Right-wing Media and Realigned the Republican Party. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2014. Chapter abstracts.
Trybus, Karl J. The Rosary, the Republic, and the Right: Spain and the Vatican Hierarchy, 1931-1939. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2014
Vejvodová, Petra. Transnational Forms of Contemporary Neo-Nazi Activity in Europe from the Perspective of Czech Neo-Nazis. Brno: Masaryk University, Faculty of Social Studies, International Institute of Political Science, 2014. Abstract.
Wasserman, Janek. Black Vienna: The Radical Right in the Red City, 1918-1938. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2014. Chapter abstracts.
Youth and the Extreme Right. Cas Mudde, editor. New York: International Debate Education Association, 2014. Contents: Introduction: Youth and the Extreme Right: Explanations, Issues, and Solutions, 1 — Part 1: Explanations, 19 — Youth, Unemployment and Political Marginalisation, by Ann-Helén Bay and Morten Blekesaune, 21 — Parenting and Right-Wing Extremism: An Analysis of the Biographical Genesis of Racism Among Young People, by Thomas Gabriel, 36 — The Cultural Basis of Youth Involvement in Italian Extreme Right-Wing Organisations, by Stéphanie Dechezelles, 48 — Racism as Adolescent Male Rite of Passage: Ex-Nazis in Scandinavia, by Michael Kimmel, 65 — Part 2: Issues, 83 — Young People’s Attitudes Towards Muslims in Sweden, by Pieter Bevelander and Jonas Otterbeck, 85 — The Limits of Tolerance in Diverse Societies: Hate Speech and Political Tolerance Norms Among Youth, by Allison Harrell, 107 — Right-Wing Extremist Perpetrators from an International Perspective, by Heléne Lööw, 133 — Aggressive Youth Cultures and Hate Crime: Skinheads and Xenophobic Youth in Germany, by Meredith W. Watts, 146 — Part 3: Prevention and Intervention, 163 — Preventing Right-Wing Extremism: European and International Research, by Andreas Beelmann, 164 — Youth Engagement in Right-Wing Extremism: Comparative Cases from the Netherlands, by Ineke van der Valk, 178 — Violent Right-Wing Extremism in Norway: Community Based Prevention and Intervention, by Yngve Carlsson, 195 — Raising the Right Wing: Educators’ Struggle to Confront the Radical Right, by Cynthia Miller-Idriss, 218 — Appendix, 246.
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
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Buch, Ryan Sean Krol. “The Day of the Cyber Wolf: Examining the Danger of Lone Wolf Terrorists and Cyber Terrorism.” Master of Criminology, Regis University, 2014. Full text.
Bures, Eliah Matthew. “Fantasies of Friendship: Ernst Jünger and the German Right’s Search for Community in Modernity.” Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2014. Full text.
Gilbert, George. “Crisis and Decline: The Radical Right Movement in the Russian Empire, 1900-1914.” Ph.D., East Anglia, 2014. Full text.
Janjic, Biljana, “Cultural Racism in Contemporary Europe: Securitization of Immigration and Radical Right-Wing Parties.” M.A., Webster University, 2014. Full text.
Mancuso, Andrea. “The Political Legitimization of Extreme Far-Right Parties in European Union Member States: A Case Study on Greece’s Golden Dawn.” Master thesis, George Mason University, 2014. Full text and here.
Saltman, Erin M. “Turning Right: A Case Study on Contemporary Political Socialization of the Hungarian Youth.” Ph.D., London (UCL), 2014.
Stroud, Joe. “Constructions of Identity Through Music in Extreme-Right Subcultures.” Ph.D., The University of Edinburgh, 2014. Full text.
Tsagkroni, Vasiliki. “Political Communication in perspective: Identifying the message of Radical Right Parties in Europe during the first decade of the 21st century: A comparative case study.” Ph.D., Queen Mary University of London, 2014. Full text.
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ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Adamczyk, Amy, Jeff Gruenewald, Steven M. Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “The Relationship Between Hate Groups and Far-Right Ideological Violence.” Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 30.3 (2014): 310-332. Full text and here.
Aichholzer, Julian, Sylvia Kritzinger, Markus Wagner, and Eva Zeglovits. “How Has Radical Right Support Transformed Established Political Conflicts? The Case of Austria.” West European Politics 37.1 (Jan. 2014): 113-137. Full text and here and here and here.
Allchorn, Will. “The Post-Robinson EDL: what next for counterextremism?” Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies Newsletter 1 (Summer 2014): 10-11. Full text.
Båtstrand, Sondre. “Giving Content to New Politics: From Broad Hypothesis to Empirical Analysis Using Norwegian Manifesto Data on Climate Change.” Party Politics 20.6 (Nov. 2014): 930-939. On the 2009 electoral manifestos of four Norwegian parties, representing Old Left (Labour Party), Old Right (Conservative Party), New Left (Socialist Left Party) and New Right (Progress Party). Abstract and references.
Berntzen, Lars Erik, and Sveinung Sandberg. “The Collective Nature of Lone Wolf Terrorism: Anders Behring Breivik and the Anti-Islamic Social Movement.” Terrorism and Political Violence 26.5 (Oct. 2014): 759-779. Full text.
Burghart, Devin. “Man in the middle: Richard Spencer.” Searchlight (Summer 2014): 12-15. Full text.
Bustikova, Lenka. “The Far Right in Eastern Europe, in: European Forum – The Rise of the Far Right?” European Politics and Society APSA Newsletter (Winter 2014): 6-8. Full text.
Carter, Alex. “Cumulative Extremism Between the National Front and Anti-Fascists.” Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies Newsletter 1 (Summer 2014): 8-9. Full text.
Castelli Gattinara, Pietro, and Caterina Froio. “Discourse and Practice of Violence in the Italian Extreme Right: Frames, Symbols, and Identity-Building in CasaPound Italia.” International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 8.1 (Apr. 2014): 154-170. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Cholova, Blagovesta, and Jean-Michel De Waele. “Populism in Bulgaria: The Politics of Resentment.” Southeastern Europe 38.1 (Apr. 2014): 56-86. In part, on Ataka, the only Bulgarian radical-right nationalist party. Abstract.
Dafnos, Andreas. “Narratives as a Means of Countering the Radical Right; Looking into the Trojan T-shirt Project.” Journal Exit-Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Deradikalisierung und demokratische Kultur 3 (2014): 156-188. Full text.
De Koster, Willem, Peter Achterberg, Jeroen Van der Waal, Samira Van Bohemen, and Roy Kemmers. “Progressiveness and the New Right: The Electoral Relevance of Culturally Progressive Values in the Netherlands.” West European Politics 37.3 (May 2014): 584-604. Abstract.
Dzombic, Jelena. “Rightwing Extremism in Serbia.” Race & Class 55.4 (Apr. 2014): 106-110. Abstract.
Ekman, Mattias. “The Dark Side of Online Activism: Swedish Right-Wing Extremist Video Activism on YouTube.” MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research 30.56 (June 2014): 79-99. Full text and here and here.
Figenschou, Tine Ustad, and Audun Beyer. “The Limits of the Debate: How the Oslo Terror Shook the Norwegian Immigration Debate.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 19.4 (October 2014): 430-452. Abstract and references.
Fishman, Joel. “The Postwar Career of Nazi Ideologue Johann von Leers, aka Omar Amin, the ‘First Ranking German’ in Nasser’s Egypt.” Jewish Political Studies Review 26.3-4 (Fall 2014): 54-72. Mentions Hajj Amin-al-Husseini [Haj Amin-al-Husayni], Former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem; anti-Semitism; John Foster Dulles; Hans Kurt Eisele; Wilhelm Fahrmbacher; Goebbels; Karl Haushofer; Rudolf Hess; Wolf Rüdiger Hess; Himmler; Hitler; the Holocaust; Holocaust deniers; Juden Sehen dich an [Jews are looking at you!] (book by von Leers, published in 1933); Khrushchev; Gamal Nasser [Jamal ‘Abd-al-Nasir]; Nuremburg Trials; Juan Perón; Anwar Sadat; Albert Speer; Julius Streicher; Suez Canal; and Der Weg (The Way) (Buenos Aires National Socialist and fascist journal, edited by von Leers). Full text.
Fleming, Brendan. “The Poet and the Fascist.” The University of Buckingham English Newsletter (Nov. 2014): 6. On editing the diary of James Strachey Barnes. Full text.
Freilich, Joshua D., Steven M. Chermak, Roberta Belli, Jeff Gruenewald, and William S. Parkin. “Introducing the United States Extremis Crime Database (ECDB).” Terrorism and Political Violence 26.2 (Apr. 2014): 372-384. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Garau, Salvatore. “The Internationalisation of Italian Fascism in the face of German National Socialism, and its Impact on the British Union of Fascists.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 15.1 (2014): 45-63. Abstract.
Gill, Paul, John Horgan, and Paige Deckert. “Bombing Alone: Tracing the Motivations and Antecedent Behaviors of Lone-Actor Terrorists.” Journal of Forensic Sciences 59.2 (March 2014): 425-435. Full text and here and here and here and here.
González, Alessandra L., Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “How Women Engage Homegrown Terrorism.” Feminist Criminology 9.4 (Oct. 2014): 344-366. Abstract and references.
Gruenewald, Jeff, and Kristin Kelley. “Exploring Anti-LGBT Homicide by Mode of Victim Selection.” Criminal Justice and Behavior 41.9 (Sept. 2014): 1130-1152. Abstract and references.
Hafez, Farid. “Shifting Borders: Islamophobia as Common Ground for Building Pan-European Right-Wing Unity.” Patterns of Prejudice 48.5 (Oct. 2014): 479-499. Abstract.
Heerden, Sjoerdje van, Sarah L. de Lange, Wouter van der Brug, and Meindert Fennema. “The Immigration and Integration Debate in the Netherlands: Discursive and Programmatic Reactions to the Rise of Anti-Immigration Parties.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40.1 (Jan. 2014): 119-136. Abstract.
Hervik, Peter. “Cultural War of Values: The Proliferation of Moral Identities in the Danish Public Sphere.” Becoming Minority: How Discourses and Policies Produce Minorities in Europe and India. Tripathy, Jyotirmaya and Sudarsan Padmanabhan (eds.). New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2014. 145-173. Full text.
Jungar, Ann-Cathrine, and Anders Ravik Jupskås. “Populist Radical Right Parties in the Nordic Region: A New and Distinct Party Family?” Scandinavian Political Studies 37.3 (September 2014): 215-238. Abstract.
Kietz, Daniela, and Nicolai von Ondarza. “Eurosceptics in the European Parliament.” Translated by Meredith Dale. SWP Comments (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, German Institute for International and Security Affairs) 13 (February 2014): 1-4. Full text.
Köhler, Daniel. “Right-Wing Extremist Radicalization Processes: The Formers’ Perspective.” Translated by Alexander Craig. Journal EXIT-Deutschland (JEX). Zeitschrift für Deradikalisierung und demokratische Kultur 1 (2014): 307-377. Full text and here.
Lewis, Gary J., and Timothy C. Bates. “Common Heritable Effects Underpin Concerns Over Norm Maintenance and In-Group Favoritism: Evidence From Genetic Analyses of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Traditionalism: Genetics of In-Group Favoritism.” Journal of Personality 82.4 (Aug. 2014): 297-309. Abstract.
“Lone Wolf and Autonomous Cell Terrorism” [special issue]: Terrorism and Political Violence 26.1 (Jan. 2014). Contents: Introduction to the Special Issue on Lone Wolf and Autonomous Cell Terrorism, by Jeffrey Kaplan, Heléne Lööw, and Leena Malkki, 1-12, first page — On Tribalism: Auxiliaries, Affiliates, and Lone Wolf Political Violence, by Jeffrey Kaplan and Christopher P. Costa, 13-44, abstract and notes — Counterinsurgency and Lone Wolf Terrorism, by George Michael, 45-57, abstract and notes — Law Enforcement Tactics and Their Effectiveness in Dealing With American Terrorism: Organizations, Autonomous Cells, and Lone Wolves, by Christopher Hewitt, 58-68, abstract and notes — Toward a Profile of Lone Wolf Terrorists: What Moves an Individual From Radical Opinion to Radical Action, by Clark McCauley and Sophia Moskalenko, 69-85, abstract and notes — The Pre-1914 Anarchist “Lone Wolf” Terrorist and Governmental Responses, by Richard Bach Jensen, 86-94, abstract and notes — Men in Black: Dynamics, Violence, and Lone Wolf Potential, by José Pedro Zúquete, 95-109, abstract and notes — Crusader Dreams: Oslo 22/7, Islamophobia, and the Quest for a Monocultural Europe, by Mattias Gardell, 129-155, abstract and notes — Hatred of the System: Menacing Loners and Autonomous Cells in the Netherlands, by Jelle van Buuren and Beatrice de Graaf, 156-184, full text — Lone Wolf Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Examination of Capabilities and Countermeasures, by Patrick D. Ellis, 211-225, abstract and notes — An Army of One: Assessing CBRN Pursuit and Use by Lone Wolves and Autonomous Cells, by Gary A. Ackerman & Lauren E. Pinson, 226-245, abstract and notes — Detecting Linguistic Markers for Radical Violence in Social Media, by Katie Cohen, Fredrik Johansson, Lisa Kaati, and Jonas Clausen Mork, 246-256, abstract and notes.
Loughlin, James. “Rotha Lintorn-Orman, Ulster and the British Fascists Movement.” Immigrants & Minorities 32.1 (Jan. 2014): 62-89. Abstract and references.
Mayer, Stefanie, Edma Ajanovic, and Birgit Sauer. “Intersections and Inconsistencies. Framing Gender in Right-Wing Populist Discourses in Austria.” NORA – Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 22.4 (Oct. 2014): 250-266. Abstract and funding.
McGowan, Lee. “Right-Wing Violence in Germany: Assessing the Objectives, Personalities and Terror Trail of the National Socialist Underground and the State’s Response to It.” German Politics 23.3 (July 2014): 196-212. Abstract.
Mead, Henry. “’Who Is To Be Master of the World?’: The Case of Anthony Ludovici.” Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies Newsletter 1 (Summer 2014): 2-3. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “The Far Right and the European Elections.” Current History 113.761 (March 2014): 98-103. Full text.
Nemeth, Stephen. “The Effect of Competition on Terrorist Group Operations.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 58.2 (Mar. 2014): 336-362. Abstract and references.
Oaten, Alexander. “The Cult of the Victim: An Analysis of the Collective Identity of the English Defence League.” Patterns of Prejudice 48.4 (Aug. 2014): 331-349. Abstract.
Öner, Selcen. “Different Manifestations of the Rise of Far-Right in European Politics: The Cases of Germany and Austria.” Marmara Journal of European Studies 22.2 (2014): 85-106. Full text.
Ossewaarde, Marinus. “The National Identities of the ‘Death of Multiculturalism’ Discourse in Western Europe.” Journal of Multicultural Discourses 9.3 (Sept. 2014): 173-189. Abstract.
Palasinski, Marek, Jacek Granat, Kyoung Ok Seol, and Lorraine Bowman-Grieve. “Social Categorization and Right-Wing Authoritarianism in Reporting Potential Terrorist Threats in Cyberspace.” Computers in Human Behavior 36 (July 2014): 76-81. Abstract.
Patyi, Peter, and Jana Levická. “Attractiveness of Right Wing Oriented Movements and Subcultures in Modern Society of the Slovak Republic.” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 143 (14 Aug. 2014): 832-837. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Pautz, Johann. “The End-Times Narratives of the American Far-Right.” End of Days: Essays on the Apocalypse from Antiquity to Modernity. Edited by Karolyn Kinane and Michael A. Ryan. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. 265-286.
Perry, Barbara. “Gendered Islamophobia: hate crime against Muslim women.” Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture 20.1 (2014): 74-89. Abstract.
Pirro, Andrea L.P. “Populist Radical Right Parties in Central and Eastern Europe: The Different Context and Issues of the Prophets of the Patria.” Government and Opposition 49.4 (October 2014): 600-629. Full text and here and here and here.
Plach, Casey. “Radical Right Populist Parties in Britain and the Netherlands: Explaining Electoral Success.” Res Publica – Journal of Undergraduate Research (Illinois Wesleyan University) 19.1 (2014), article 6. Full text.
Polyakova, Alina. “From the Provinces to the Parliament: How the Ukrainian Radical Right Mobilized in Galicia.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 47.2 (June 2014): 211-225. Abstract.
Richardson, John, and Monica Colombo. “Race and Immigration in Far- and Extreme-Right European Political Leaflets.” Contemporary Critical Discourse Studies. Edited by Christopher Hart and Piotr Cap. London: Continuum, 2014. 523-544. Chapter abstract.
Richardson, John E., and Ruth Wodak. “Recontextualising Fascist Ideologies of the Past: Right-Wing Discourses on Employment and Nativism in Austria and the United Kingdom.” Advances in Critical Discourse Studies. Edited by John E. Richardson, Michal Krzyżanowski, David Machin, and Ruth Wodak. London: Routledge, 2014. Chapter abstract.
Sandberg, Sveinung, Atte Oksanen, Lars Erik Berntzen, and Tomi Kiilakoski. “Stories in Action: The Cultural Influences of School Shootings on the Terrorist Attacks in Norway.” Critical Studies on Terrorism 7.2 (May 2014): 277-296. Full text.
Shekhovtsov, Anton. “Far-right international conferences in 2014.” Searchlight (Winter 2014): 8-13. Full text.
Shekhovtsov, Anton, and Andreas Umland. “The Maidan and Beyond: Ukraine’s Radical Right.” Journal of Democracy 25.3 (July 2014): 58-63. Abstract and first page.
Sørenssen, Bjørn. “Digital Diffusion of Delusions: A World Wide Web of Conspiracy Documentaries.” New Documentary Ecologies: Emerging Platforms, Practices and Discourses. Edited by Kate Nash, Craig Hight, and Catherine Summerhayes. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 201-218. Chapter abstract.
Stocker, Paul. “From the Archives – The League of Empire Loyalists in Kenya.” Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies Newsletter 1 (Summer 2014): 5-7. Full text.
Sullivan, Brandon A., Steven M. Chermak, Jeremy M. Wilson, and Joshua D. Freilich. “The Nexus between Terrorism and Product Counterfeiting in the United States.” Global Crime 15.3-4 (Oct. 2014): 357-378. Abstract.
Tipaldou, Sofia, and Katrin Uba. “The Russian Radical Right Movement and Immigration Policy: Do They Just Make Noise or Have an Impact as Well?” Europe-Asia Studies 66.7 (Aug. 2014): 1080-1101. Abstract.
Turner-Graham, Emily. “‘Breivik Is My Hero’: The Dystopian World of Extreme Right Youth on the Internet.” Australian Journal of Politics & History 60.3 (September 2014): 416-430. Full text.
Van Hauwaert, Steven M. “Trans-National Diffusion Patterns and the Future of Far Right Party Research: Independence vs. Interdependence.” European Journal of Futures Research 2.1 (Dec. 2014), art. 54. Full text and here and here and here.
Vasilopoulou, Sofia, Daphne Halikiopoulou, and Theofanis Exadaktylos. “Greece in Crisis: Austerity, Populism and the Politics of Blame.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 52.2 (March 2014): 388-402. Abstract.
Westinen, Jussi. “True Finns: A Shock for Stability? Testing the Persistence of Electoral Geography in Volatile Elections.” Scandinavian Political Studies 37.2 (June 2014): 123-148. Abstract.
Young, Lewis. “Still ‘smashing the fascists’? Understanding the meaning of ‘Fascism’ in anti-fascist rhetoric.” Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies Newsletter 1 (Summer 2014): 4-5. Full text.
Zhirkov, Kirill. “Nativist but Not Alienated: A Comparative Perspective on the Radical Right Vote in Western Europe.” Party Politics 20.2 (Mar. 2014): 286-296. Abstract and references.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Borri, Rossella. “Right-wing Radical Organizations Between Political Repression and Social Stigma: An Internalist Approach.” Paper prepared for the ECPR Joint Sessions in Salamanca, Spain, 10-15 April 2014. Full text.
Faure, Raphaëlle. The Radical Right in the European Parliament: Impact on development policy. Overseas Development Institute (ODI), 2014. ODI Working Papers, 4 Apr. 2014. Full text.
Ivaldi, Gilles. “A new course for the French radical-right? The Front National and dedemonization.” Paper prepared for the Seminar “Up to the mainstream? Radical right parties in Western Europe. 2000-2013,” University of Amsterdam, 19-20 June 2014. Full text.
Kluknavská, Alena. “Enemies at the Gates: Framing Strategies of Extreme Right Parties in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.” Paper presented at the SISP Conference 2014, University of Perugia and University for Foreigners of Perugia, 11-13 September 2014. Full text.
Parent, Richard B., and James O Ellis III. Right-Wing Extremism in Canada. TSAS Working Paper Series No. 14-03, May 2014. The Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS), 2014. Full text.
Schwartzman, Gabe. “Where Appalachia Went Right: White Masculinities, Nature, and Pro-Coal Politics in an Era of Climate Change.” Center for Right-Wing Studies Working Paper Series, May 15, 2014. Full text.
Steinkuehler, Terra. “The American Freedom Party: White Nationalist Politics and the Fight for Mainstream Access, Civil Rights Era to Present Day.” Center for Right-Wing Studies Working Paper Series, July 23, 2014. Full text.
Antisemitism Worldwide 2014: General Analysis Draft. European Jewish Congress, 2014. Full text.
Briggs, Rachel, and Sebastien Feve. Policy Briefing: Countering the Appeal of Extremism Online. London: Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), 2014. Full text.
Constructing Campus Conflict: Antisemitism and Islamophobia on U.S. College Campuses, 2007-2011: Appendices. Senior Editor Chip Berlet. Managing Editor Debra Cash. Associate Editor Maria Planansky. Somerville, MA: Political Research Associates, 2014. Full text.
Crown Prosecution Service. Hate crime and crimes against older people report 2013-2014. October 2014. Full text.
The Far Right in Europe. Reader for the European Summer University for Social Movements, 22.08.2014. Brussels: Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, 2014. Contents: The far right in France today, by Tina Louis, 3 – Anti-modernists in search of modernity, by Kerstin Köditz and Volkmar Wölk, 10 – The far right in North Europe, by Anne Jessen, 17 – The Extreme Right and the Crisis in Slovenia, by Lara Otonicar, 23 – The rise of the far right in Hungary, by Mathyas Benyik, 30 – The case of Golden Dawn, by Dimitris Christopoulos, 37 – Extending the combat zone, by Kerstin Köditz and Volkmar Wölk, 42 – Recent developments in the French far right, by Stéphane François, 50 – The Euro-elections and the need for political caution and realism. Euro-vote epic over bar the shouting, by Graeme Atkinson, 55 – Problems for the debate: how the radical right reacts with the conservative social forces in Poland? by Joanna Gwiazdecka, 59 – Ukraine: moving common opinion right, by Nataliia Neshevets and Illia Vlasiuk, 64 – Italian extreme and radical right wing: an overview, by Antonio Albanese, 73 – Right wing extremism in Austria, by Natascha Strobl, 79. Full text and here.
Feldman, Matthew, and Mark Littler. Tell MAMA Reporting 2013/14: Anti-Muslim Overview, Analysis and ‘Cumulative Extremism.’ Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University, July 2014. Full text and here.
Hodžič, Amir, and Natasa Bijelič. Neo-conservative threats to sexual and reproductive health & rights in the European Union. English translation by Zrinka Pavlić. Zagreb: CESI, 2014.
Lewandowsky, Marcel. Alternative für Deutschland (AfD): A New Actor in the German Party System. International Policy Analysis, March 2014. Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2014. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “Populist Radical Right Parties Have Had Only Modest Impact – So Far – in Western Europe.” Scholars Strategy Network, February 2014. Full text.
New SPLC report: Agenda 21 conspiracy theories spread by extremists, politicians pose real dangers. Southern Poverty Law Center, April 13, 2014. Full text.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
“Do the Right Thing! The Phenomenon of Neo-Nazism and the New (Edge) Right in Europe: Mapping and Management.” Programme.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Freilich, Joshua D., Steven M. Chermak, and Jeff Gruenewald. “The Future of Terrorism Research: A Review Essay.” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 39.4 (Oct. 2015): 353-369. Abstract.
Jefferson, Steven. [Review of] Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse. Edited by Ruth Wodak, Majid KhosraviNik, and Brigitte Mral. Journal of Contemporary European Studies 22.2 (Apr. 2014): 240-242. First page.
MacLeod, Douglas. “Gavin Bowd, Fascist Scotland: Caledonia and the Far Right, Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2013, 256 Pp, Pb, £12.99, ISBN 9781780270524.” Scottish Affairs 23.2 (Apr. 2014): 256-259. Full text.
te Slaa, Robin. [Reviews of] Tim Houwen, Reclaiming Power for the People: Populism in Democracy, and Matthijs Rooduijn, A populist Zeitgeist? The Impact of Populism on Parties, Media and the Public in Western Europe. Fascism 3 (2014): 62-64. Full text.
“Why They Join.” The Intelligence Report (Southern Poverty Law Center) 153 (Spring 2014). An interview with Pete Simi, who discusses why people join hate groups and how they come to leave. Full text.
Jakobsen, Siw Ellen. “More extreme right violence in Sweden and Finland.” Sciencenorway, 1 May 2014. Full text.
“’Patriot’ Conspiracy Theorist Jack McLamb Dies.” Hatewatch – Southern Poverty Law Center, January 13, 2014. Full text.
“Ukraine’s revolution and the far right.” BBC News, 7 March 2014. Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Afonso, Alexandre. “In Spite of Their Electoral Success, Populist Parties Remain Disconnected from Other Parties Domestically and Transnationally.” LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 7 July 2014. Full text.
Gallant, Daniel. “The pathway out of violence: my story within and without far-right extremism.” openDemocracy, 1 September 2014. Full text.
Groll, Elias. “How a Former Neo-Nazi Party Became Sweden’s Third-Largest.” Foreign Policy, September 16, 2014. On Sweden Democrats (SD). Full text.
Johnson, Anthony. “Eustace Mullins and the Root of Fascism in the U.S. [Part 1].” The Feather of Ma’at, March 29, 2014. Full text.
Murphy, Tim. “The Rise and Fall of Twitter’s Most Infamous Right-Wing Troll.” Mother Jones, December 16, 2014. On Charles C. (Chuck) Johnson. Full text.
Roudik, Peter. “Legal Provisions on Fighting Extremism: Russia.” Legal Reports – Law Library of Congress, April 2014. Full text.
Savchuk, Katia. “The Little Known CEO Spending Millions To Elect Far-Right Republicans.” Forbes, Nov. 4, 2014. Richard Uihlein, an ultra-conservative Wisconsin businessman and CEO of Uline Inc. Full text.
Strobl, Natascha. “In Austria right wing extremism is having a ball.” Lefteast, February 3, 2014. On the annual Burschenschaften ball hosted by the Freedom Party (FPÖ) in the Viennese Hofburg Palace. Full text.
Testa, M. “EDL Sex Offenders List.” Malatesta’s Blog, September 6, 2014. Full text.
Testa, M. “Far Right Sex Offenders List.” Malatesta’s Blog, November 19, 2014. Full text.
TIMELINES AND CHRONOLOGIES
DICTIONARIES, GLOSSARIES, AND LEXICONS
About Hate Crime Statistics. FBI, 2014. Database.