Amar, Tarik Cyril. The Paradox of Ukrainian Lviv: A Borderland City between Stalinists, Nazis, and Nationalists. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015
Ashbee, Edward. The Right and the Recession. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015
Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement. Organisation, Communication and Ideology. Edited by Filippo Tronconi. Abingdon: Routledge, 2015. Contents: Introduction, by Filippo Tronconi, 1-8, full text and here – Chapter 1. Beppe Grillo and the Movimento 5 Stelle: A Brief History of a ‘Leaderist’ Movement with a Leaderless Ideology, by Rinaldo Vignati, 9-28 – Chapter 2. The Organization of the Movimento 5 Stelle: A Contradictory Party Model, by Rinaldo Vignati, 29-51 – Chapter 3. Between Blog, Social Networks and Territory: Activists and Grassroots Organization, by Maria Elisabetta Lanzone and Filippo Tronconi, 53-74 – Chapter 4. The Electoral Base: The ‘Political Revolution’ in Evolution, by Andrea Pedrazzani and Luca Pinto, 75-98 – Chapter 5. From ‘Citizens’ to Members of Parliament: The Elected Representatives in the Parliamentary Arena, by Luca Pinto and Andrea Pedrazzani, 99-126 – Chapter 6. An Internet-Fuelled Party? The Movimento 5 Stelle and the Web, Lorenzo Mosca, Cristian Vaccari and Augusto Valeriani, 127-152 – Chapter 7. The Movimento 5 Stelle and Social Conflicts: Between Symbiosis and Cooptation, by Lorenzo Mosca, 153-178 – Chapter 8. A Vote(r) Like Any Other? Exploring the Protest Component in the Vote for the Movimento 5 Stelle, Gianluca Passarelli and Dario Tuorto, 179-194 – Chapter 9. Beyond Protest: Issues and Ideological Inconsistencies in the Voters of the Movimento 5 Stelle, by Pasquale Colloca and Piergiorgio Corbetta, 195-212 – Chapter 10. Conclusion: The Organisational and Ideological Roots of the Electoral Success, by Filippo Tronconi, 213-230. Chapter abstracts.
Clark, Roland. Holy Legionary Youth: Fascist Activism in Interwar Romania. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015
Cultures of Post-War British Fascism. Edited by Nigel Copsey and John E. Richardson. London and New York: Routledge, 2015. Contents: Introduction, by Nigel Copsey, John E. Richardson, 1-7, full text and here — Chapter 1. Cultural Regeneration: Mosley and the Union Movement, by Janet Dack, 8-26 — Chapter 2. History and cultural heritage: The far right and the ‘Battle for Britain’, by Steven Woodbridge, 27-48 — Chapter 3. Cultures of space: Spatialising the National Front, by Thomas Linehan, 49-67 — Chapter 4. Securing the future of our race: Women in the culture of the modern-day BNP, by Martin Durham, 68-85 — Chapter 5. British neo-Nazi fiction: Colin Jordan’s Merrie England – 2000 and The Uprising, by Paul Jackson, 86-107 — Chapter 6. When popular culture met the far right: Cultural encounters with post-war British fascism, by Nigel Copsey, 108-127 — Chapter 7. Subcultural style: Fashion and Britain’s extreme right, by Emily Turner-Graham, 128-141 — Chapter 8. British, European and white: Cultural constructions of identity in post-war British fascist music, by Ryan Shaffer, 142-160 — Chapter 9. Nazi punks folk off: Leisure, nationalism, cultural identity and the consumption of metal and folk music, by Karl Spracklen, 161-176 — Chapter 10. The ‘cultic milieu’ of Britain’s ‘New Right’: Meta-political ‘fascism’ in contemporary Britain, by Graham Macklin, 177-201 — Chapter 11. ‘Cultural Marxism’ and the British National Party: A transnational discourse, by John E. Richardson, 202-226. Chapter abstracts.
Eurasianism and the European Far Right: Reshaping the Europe-Russia Relationship. Edited by Marlène Laruelle. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2015. Introduction: Marlene Laruelle – Chapter 1: Dangerous Liaisons? Eurasianism, European Far Right, and Putin’s Russia, Marlene Laruelle – Part I: Alexander Dugin’s Trajectory: Mediating European Far Right to Russia – Chapter 2: Alexander Dugin and the West European New Right, 1989-1994, Anton Shekhovtsov – Chapter 3: Moscow State University’s Department of Sociology and the Climate of Opinion in Post-Soviet Russia, Vadim Rossman – Part II: France, Italy, and Spain: Dugin’s European Cradles – Chapter 4: A Long-Lasting Friendship. Alexander Dugin and the French Radical Right, Jean-Yves Camus – Chapter 5: From Evola to Dugin: The Neo-Eurasianist Connection in Italy, Giovanni Savino – Chapter 6: Arriba Eurasia? The Difficult Establishment of Neo-Eurasianism in Spain, Nicolas Lebourg – Part III: Turkey, Hungary, and Greece: Dugin’s New Conquests – Chapter 7: “Failed Exodus”: Dugin’s Networks in Turkey, Vugar Imanbeyli – Chapter 8: Deciphering Eurasianism in Hungary: Narratives, Networks, and Lifestyles, Umut Korkut and Emel Akcali – Chapter 9: The Dawning of Europe and Eurasia? The Greek Golden Dawn and its Transnational Links, Sofia Tipaldou – Part IV: Conclusions: The European Far Right at Moscow’s Service? – Chapter 10: Far-Right Election Observation Monitors in the Service of the Kremlin’s Foreign Policy, Anton Shekhovtsov.
European Populism in the Shadow of the Great Recession. Edited by Hanspeter Kriesi and Takis S. Pappas. Colchester: ECPR Press, 2015. Contents: Chapter One – Populism in Europe During Crisis: An Introduction, Hanspeter Kriesi and Takis S. Pappas — Part I: The Nordic Region — Chapter Two – Institutionalised Right-Wing Populism in Times of Economic Crisis: A Comparative Study of the Norwegian Progress Party and the Danish People’s Party, Anders R. Jupskås — Chapter Three – Business as Usual: Ideology and Populist Appeals of the Sweden Democrats, Ann-Cathrine Jungar — Chapter Four – Exploiting the Discursive Opportunity of the Euro Crisis: The Rise of the Finns Party, Tuomas Ylä-Anttila and Tuukka Ylä-Anttila — Part II: The Western Region — Chapter Five – The Revenge of the Ploucs: The Revival of Radical Populism under Marine Le Pen in France, Hans-Georg Betz — Chapter Six – Populism in Belgium in Times of Crisis: Intensification of Discourse, Decline in Electoral Support, Teun Pauwels and Matthijs Rooduijn — Chapter Seven – Dutch Populism During the Crisis, Stijn van Kessel — Chapter Eight – The Populist Discourse of the Swiss People’s Party, Laurent Bernhard, Hanspeter Kriesi and Edward Weber — Chapter Nine – The Primacy of Politics: Austria and the Not-so-Great Recession, Kurt Richard Luther — Part III: The Southern Region — Chapter Ten – Italy: A Strong and Enduring Market for Populism, Giuliano Bobba and Duncan McDonnell — Chapter Eleven – Greek Populism: A Political Drama in Five Acts, Takis S. Pappas and Paris Aslanidis — Part IV: The Central-Eastern Region — Chapter Twelve – The Economic Crisis in the Shadow of Political Crisis: The Rise of Party Populism in the Czech Republic, Vlastimil Havlík — Chapter Thirteen – The Delayed Crisis and the Continuous Ebb of Populism in Slovakia’s Party System, Peter Ucen — Chapter Fourteen – Plebeians, Citoyens and Aristocrats or Where is the Bottom of Bottom-up? The Case of Part , Zsolt Enyedi — Chapter Fifteen – The Post-Populist Non-Crisis in Poland, Ben Stanley — Part V: The Anglo-Celtic Region — Chapter Sixteen – The Great Recession and the Rise of Populist Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom, Matthew Goodwin — Chapter Seventeen – Everywhere and Nowhere: Populism and the Puzzling Non-Reaction to Ireland’s Crises, Eoin O’Malley and John FitzGibbon — Conclusion — Chapter Eighteen – Populism and Crisis: A Fuzzy Relationship, Takis S. Pappas and Hanspeter Kriesi.
Goodwin, Matthew, and Caitlin Milazzo. UKIP: Inside the Campaign to Redraw the Map of British Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015
Hultgren, John. Border Walls Gone Green: Nature and Anti-immigrant Politics in America. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2015
Ingersoll, Julie. Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstruction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015
Instances of Islamophobia: Demonizing the Muslim “Other.” Edited by Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini and Hossein Rouzbeh. Lanham • Boulder • New York • London: Lexington Books, 2015. Contents: 1. Introduction: Islamophobia as a Global Concern beyond Muslim Communities, by Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini and Hossein Rouzbeh, full text – 2. Fear under Construction: Islamophobia within American Christian Zionism, by Steven Fink – 3. Implicit Islamophobia?: Behind the ‘Muscular Liberalism’ of the British Prime Minister, by Brian Klug – 4. Islamophobic Populism in Austria: Discourse Strategies of a Far Right Politician, by Farid Hafez – 5. From Suspect to Suspecting: Muslim Communities in Ireland and the Irish Gaze, by James Carr – 6. Islamophobia and Australia’s Asylum Seeker Debate, by Halim Rane and Nora Amath – 7. Intersection of Sexism and Islamophobia: Media Construction of “Muslim Woman,” by Laura Navarro – 8. Whose Jihad?: Re-conceptualizing Islam and Citizenship to Face Islamophobia, by Stéphane Lathion – 9. Understanding Islam and Islamophobia Today, by Nazeem Goolam.
Lone Wolf and Autonomous Cell Terrorism. Edited by Jeffrey Kaplan, Heléne Lööw, and Leena Malkki. London: Routledge, 2015. Contents: 1. Introduction, by Jeffrey Kaplan, Heléne Lööw, and Leena Malkki, full text – Theory and Policy Studies – 2. On Tribalism: Auxiliaries, Affiliates, and Aspirational Political Violence, by Christopher Costa & Jeffrey Kaplan – 3. Counterinsurgency and Lone Wolf Terrorism, by George Michael – 4. Law Enforcement Tactics and their Effectiveness in dealing with American Terrorism: Organizations, Autonomous Cells, and Lone Wolves, by Christopher Hewitt – 5. Toward a profile of lone-wolf terrorists: What moves an individual from radical opinion to radical action, by Clark McCauley & Sophia Moskalenko – Case Studies – 6. The Pre-1914 Anarchist “Lone Wolf” Terrorist and Governmental Responses, by Richard Bach Jensen – 7. Men in Black: Dynamics, Violence, and Lone Wolf Potential, by Jose Pedro Zuquete – 8. Lone Wolf Islamic Terrorism: Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad (Carlos Bledsoe) Case Study, by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross – 9. Crusader Dreams: Oslo 22/7, Islamophobia, and the Quest for a Monocultural Europe, by Mattias Gardell – 10. Hatred of the System: Menacing Loners and Autonomous Cells in the Netherlands, by Jelle van Buuren & Beatrice de Graaf – 11. Political Elements in Post-Columbine School Shootings in Europe and North America, by Leena Malkki – Technological Impacts – 12. Lone Wolf Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Examination of Capabilities and Countermeasures, by Patrick D. Ellis – 13. An Army of One: Assessing CBRN Pursuit and Use by Lone Wolves and Autonomous Cells, by Gary A. Ackerman & Lauren E. Pinson – 14. Detecting Linguistic Markers for Radical Violence in Social Media, by Katie Cohen, Fredrik Johansson, Lisa Kaati & Jonas Clausen Mork. Chapter abstracts.
Macklin, Graham. Very Deeply Dyed in Black: Sir Oswald Mosley and the Resurrection of British Fascism After 1945. London: I.B. Tauris, 2015
Mammone, Andrea. Transnational Neofascism in France and Italy. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Bibliography and references.
Mao, Joyce. Asia First: China and the Making of Modern American Conservatism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015
Miller, Edward H. Nut Country: Right-Wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015
Mulhall, Joe, and Nick Lowles. The Counter-Jihad Movement: Anti-Muslim hatred from the margins to the mainstream. London: Hope not hate Publications, 2015
Olmsted, Kathryn S. Right Out of California: The 1930s and the Big Business Roots of Modern Conservatism. New York: The New Press, 2015
The Politics of the Right: Socialist Register 2016. Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo. London: Merlin Press, 2015. Contents: Preface, by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo, ix-xii — Neoliberalism and popular racisrn: the shifting shape of the European right, by Liz Fekete, 1-23 — Ukip and the crisis of Britain, by Richard Seymour, 24-50 — The far right in France: the Front National in European perspective, by Michael Löwy and Francis Sitel, 51-67 — Europe at the crossroads: right populism and reactionary rebellion, by Walter Baier, 68-90 — Fascism then and now, by Geoff Eley, 91-117 — Ethnicism after nationalism: the roots of the new European right, by G.M. Tamas, 118-135 — Capitalism and the politics of the far right, by Richard Saull, 136-153 — Russia and Ukraine: oligarchic capitalism, conservative statism and right nationalism, by Alexander Buzgalin and Andrey Kolganov, 154-169 — India: liberal democracy and the extreme right, by Aijaz Ahmad, 170-192 — An arc of authoritarianism in Africa: toward the end of a liberal democratic dream?, by David Moore, 193-212 — Brazil: the failure of the PT and the rise of the new right, by Alfredo Saad-Filho and Armando Boito, 213-230 — Chauvinist nationalism in Japan’s schizophrenic state, by Gavan McCormack, 231-249 — Israel’s hegemonic right, by Avishai Ehrlich, 250-271 — The American right: from margins to mainstream, by Doug Henwood, 272-295 — ‘Stars and Bars’: understanding right-wing populism in the USA, by Bill Fletcher Jr., 296-311 — The times and spaces of right populism: from Paris to Toronto, by Stefan Kipfer and Parastou Saberi, 312-332 — Policing with impunity, by Lesley Wood, 333-346 — The surveillance state, by Reg Whitaker, 347-373 — The dilemmas and potentials of the left: learning from Syriza, by Andreas Karitzis, 374-381. Chapter abstracts.
Pieslak, Jonathan. Radicalism and Music: An Introduction to the Music Cultures of al-Qa’ida, Racist Skinheads, Christian-Affiliated Radicals, and Eco-Animal Rights Militants. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2015
Polyakova, Alina. The Dark Side of European Integration: Social Foundations and Cultural Determinants of the Rise of Radical Right Movements in Contemporary Europe. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2015
Shain, Milton. A Perfect Storm: Antisemitism in South Africa, 1930-1948. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 2015
Stern, Alexandra Minna. Eugenic Nation: Faults and Frontiers of Better Breeding in Modern America, 2d. ed. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2015
Tilles, Daniel. British Fascist Antisemitism and Jewish Responses, 1932-40. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015
Toczek, Nick. Haters, Baiters and Would-Be Dictators: Anti-Semitism and the UK Far Right. London and New York: Routledge, 2015. Chapter abstracts. Introduction. Chapter 1. The life of Henry Hamilton Beamish.
Transforming the Transformation? The East European Radical Right in the Political Process. Edited by Michael Minkenberg. London and New York: Routledge, 2015. Contents: Introduction, by Michael Minkenberg, 1-9, full text and here – Part I. Contexts and Concepts, 11-56 – 1. Transforming Transformation Theory, by Klaus von Beyme, 13-26 – 2. Profiles, Patterns, Process: Studying the East European Radical Right in Its Political Environment, by Michael Minkenberg, 27-56 – Part II. Comparative Perspectives, 57-153 – 3. The Democratization of Hostility: Minorities and Radical Right Actors after the Fall of Communism, by Lenka Bustikova, 59-79, full text – 4. The Populist Radical Right Parties in the Political Process: Assessing Party Impact in Central and Eastern Europe, by Andrea L. P. Pirro, 80-104 – 5. Lighting the Fuse: the Impact of Radical Right Parties on Party Competition in Central and Eastern Europe, by Bartek Pytlas and Oliver Kossack, 105-136 – 6. The Impact of Radical Right Parties in the Baltic States, by Daunis Auers and Andres Kasekamp, 137-153 – Part III. Country Cases: East Central Europe, 155-248 – 7. The Radical Right in Poland-from the Mainstream to the Margins. A Case of Interconnectivity, by Dominika Kasprowicz, 157-182 – 8. Transforming Hungary-Together? An Analysis of the FIDESZ-Jobbik Relationship, by Peter Krekó and Gregor Mayer, 183-205 – 9. The Impact of the Czech Radical Right on Transformation and (De)Consolidation of Democracy after 1989, by Miroslav Mareš, 206-223 – 10. Actors, Agenda, and Appeals of the Radical Nationalist Right in Slovakia, by Ol’ga Gyárfášová and Grigorij Mesežnikov, 224-248 – Part IV. Country Cases: Balkan and Beyond, 249-359 – 11. The Emergence of a New Radical Right Power: the Romanian Orthodox Church, by Gabriel Andreescu, 251-277 – 12. ‘Righting It Up’: an Interplay-based Model for Analyzing Extreme Right Dynamics in Romania, by Radu Cinpoes, 278-298 – 13. The Bulgarian Radical Right: Marching Up from the Margins, by Kiril Avramov, 299-318, full text – 14. Parties and Subcultures in the Process of Mobilization: the Internal Dynamics of the Radical Right in Ukraine, by Alina Polyakova, 319-347 – 15. Conclusions: Actors, Interaction, and Impact in Comparison, by Michael Minkenberg, with Oliver Kossack, 348-359. Chapter abstracts.
van Kessel, Stijn. Populist Parties in Europe: Agents of Discontent? London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. Chapter abstracts.
Vasilopoulou, Sofia, and Daphne Halikiopoulou. The Golden Dawn’s ‘Nationalist Solution’: Explaining the Rise of the Far Right in Greece. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. Chapter abstracts.
White, Heather R. Reforming Sodom: Protestants and the Rise of Gay Rights. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015
Wodak, Ruth. The Politics of Fear. What Right-Wing Populist Discourses Mean. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Limited, 2015. Chapter 7. Gender and the Body Politic: The Politics of Patriarchy.
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Christensen, Tina Wilchen. “A Question of Participation Disengagement from the Extremist Right: A case study from Sweden.” Ph.D., Roskilde Universitet, 2015. Full text.
Hewitt-White, Caitlin. “Old and New Fascism: Race, Citizenship, and the Historical and Intellectual Context of CasaPound Italia.” M.A., University of Toronto, 2015. Full text.
Kawalerowicz, Juta. “Hotbeds of unrest and extremism: How social context influences political participation in the 21st century: Britain, from rioting to far right party membership.” DPhil, University of Oxford, 2015. Abstract.
Rétiová, Alica. “A Hero Is Coming! The master narrative of Marián Kotleba in the Slovak regional election of 2013.” Master’s thesis, Masaryk University, 2015. Full text.
Tipaldou, Sofia. “Russia’s Nationalist-Patriotic Opposition: The Shifting Politics of Right-Wing Contention in Post-Communist Transition.” Ph.D., Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2015. Full text and here.
Verhoeven, Bart L. “The rearguard of freedom: the John Birch Society and the development of modern conservatism in the United States, 1958-1968.” Ph.D., University of Nottingham, 2015. Full text and here.
Wennberg, Rebecca. “Ideological Incorrectness beyond ‘Political Religion’: Discourse on Nazi Ideology among Scandinavian National Socialist Intellectuals 1933-1945.” Ph.D., Royal Holloway University of London, 2015. Full text.
Wickström, David. “Dawn of the radicals: The connection between economic growth and political radicalism.” M.A., Linnaeus University, 2015. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Ajanovic, Edma, Stefanie Mayer, and Birgit Sauer. “Natural Enemies: Articulations of Racism in Right-Wing Populism in Austria.” Časopis za Kritiko Znanosti, Domišljijo in Novo Antropologijo 43.260 (2015): 203-214. Full text and here.
Akkerman, Tjitske. “Gender and the Radical Right in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Agendas.” Patterns of Prejudice 49.1-2 (Mar. 2015): 37-60. Abstract.
Akkerman, Tjitske. “Immigration Policy and Electoral Competition in Western Europe: A Fine-Grained Analysis of Party Positions over the Past Two Decades.” Party Politics 21.1 (Jan. 2015): 54–67. Full text.
Akkerman, Tjitske, and Matthijs Rooduijn. “Pariahs or Partners? Inclusion and Exclusion of Radical Right Parties and the Effects on Their Policy Positions.” Political Studies 63.5 (December 2015): 1140-1157. Full text and here.
Aramini, Donatello. “The Myth of ‘Christian Rome’ and the Institute of Roman Studies: An Attempted Synthesis of Fascism and Catholicism.” Journal of Contemporary History 50.2 (Apr. 2015): 188-214. Abstract.
Arzheimer, Kai. “The AfD: Finally a Successful Right-Wing Populist Eurosceptic Party for Germany?” West European Politics 38.3 (May 2015): 535-556. Full text.
Assoudeh, Eliot. “Between Political Religion and Politicized Religion: Interwar Fascism and Religion Revisited.” Religion Compass 9.1 (January 2015): 13-33. Abstract. Teaching and Learning Guide (first page).
Babić, Marko. “Defining Political Extremism in the Balkans. The Case of Serbia.” International Studies: Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal 17.1 (2015): 73-90. Full text and here and here.
Bargain-Villéger, Alban. “The European Extreme Right Yesterday and Today.” ActiveHistory.ca, November 24, 2015. Full text.
Berbuir, Nicole, Marcel Lewandowsky, and Jasmin Siri. “The AfD and Its Sympathisers: Finally a Right-Wing Populist Movement in Germany?” German Politics 24.2 (Apr. 2015): 154-178. Full text.
Bornschier, Simon. “The New Cultural Conflict, Polarization, and Representation in the Swiss Party System, 1975-2011.” Swiss Political Science Review 21.4 (2015): 680-701. Presenting an argument that underscores the antagonistic nature of the ideologies of the New Left and the populist right. Full text and here and here and here.
Bustikova, Lenka. “Voting, Identity and Security Threats in Ukraine: Who Supports the Radical ‘Freedom’ Party?” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 48.2–3 (Sept. 2015): 239-256. Investigating voters and sympathizers of Ukraine’s radical right party, Svoboda. Abstract.
Camacho Padilla, Fernando. “The Swedish-Chilean Society. Fascist Solidarity with Pinochet’s Chile in Sweden.” Making Sense of the Americas: How Protest Related to America in the 1980s and Beyond. Frankfurt / New York: campus Verlag, 2015. 131-150. Full text.
Chermak, Steven, and Jeffrey A. Gruenewald. “Laying a Foundation for the Criminological Examination of Right-Wing, Left-Wing, and Al Qaeda-Inspired Extremism in the United States.” Terrorism and Political Violence 27.1 (Jan. 2015): 133-159. Abstract, notes, and related research data.
Clark, Roland. “Claiming Ethnic Privilege: Aromanian Immigrants and Romanian Fascist Politics.” Contemporary European History 24.1 (Feb. 2015): 37-58. Full text.
de Lange, Sarah L., and Liza M. Mügge. “Gender and Right-Wing Populism in the Low Countries: Ideological Variations across Parties and Time.” Patterns of Prejudice 49.1-2 (Mar. 2015): 61-80. Abstract.
Ellinas, Antonis A. “Neo-Nazism in an Established Democracy: The Persistence of Golden Dawn in Greece.” South European Society and Politics 20.1 (Jan. 2015): 1-20. Abstract and references.
“Discourse of hate and radicalism in action” [special issue]: Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 3.1 (2015). Contents: Discourse of hate and radicalism in action, by Monika Kopytowska, 1-11, first page — Saying the unsayable, by Ruth Wodak, 13-40, abstract — Dehumanizing metaphors in UK immigrant debates in press and online media, by Andreas Musolff, 41-56, full text — OA The hate that dare not speak its name? by Robbie Love and Paul Baker, 57-86, full text — The paranoid style in politics, by Adam Hodges, 87-106, abstract — The politics of being insulted, by Zohar Kampf, 107-127, abstract — Representing “terrorism,” by Matthew Evans and Simone Schuller, 128-150, abstract — “Threatening other” or “role-model brother”? by Anna Szilágyi, 151-172, abstract — Political crisis and the Rise of the Far Right in Greece, by Panagiotis Sotiris, 173-199, abstract — Discursive violence and responsibility: Notes on the pragmatics of Dutch populism, by Michiel Leezenberg, 200-228, full text.
Dunn, Kris. “Preference for Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties among Exclusive-Nationalists and Authoritarians.” Party Politics 21.3 (May 2015): 367-380. Full text.
Feighery, William. “Right-Wing Visual Rhetoric and Switzerland’s Tourism Image.” Tourism Research Frontiers: Beyond the Boundaries of Knowledge. Edited by Donna Chambers and Tijana Rakić. Bingley, U.K : Emerald, 2015. 105-122. Chapter abstract.
Feldman, Matthew. “Hate-Baiting: The Radical Right and ‘Fifth Column Discourse’ in European and American Democracies Today.” The Journal of Political Criminology 1.1 (Dec. 2015): 7-19. Full text and here and here.
Forchtner, Bernhard, and Christoffer Kølvraa. “The Nature of Nationalism: Populist Radical Right Parties on Countryside and Climate.” Nature and Culture 10.2 (June 2015): 199-224. Analyzing discourses of the British National Party (BNP) and the Danish People’s Party (DPP) on the environmental issues of countryside and climate protection. Abstract and here. First page.
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 and references.
Freilich, Joshua D., Amy Adamczyk, Steven M. Chermak, Katharine A. Boyd, and William S. Parkin. “Investigating the Applicability of Macro-Level Criminology Theory to Terrorism: A County-Level Analysis.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 31.3 (Sept. 2015): 383-411. Full text.
Frischlich, Lena, Diana Rieger, Maia Hein, and Gary Bente. “Dying the Right-Way? Interest in and Perceived Persuasiveness of Parochial Extremist Propaganda Increases after Mortality Salience.” Frontiers in Psychology 6 (August 2015), article 1222. Full text and here. Supplemental data and here and here.
Froio, Caterina, and Pietro Castelli Gattinara. “Neo-fascist mobilization in contemporary Italy. Ideology and repertoire of action of CasaPound Italia.” Journal for Deradicalization 2 (Spring 2015): 86-118. Full text and here and here.
Gable, Gerry. “Putin’s friends in the UK are awake and active.” Searchlight (Spring 2015): 6-9. Full text.
“Gender and Populist Radical Right Politics” [special issue]: Patterns of Prejudice 49.1-2 (Mar. 2015). Contents: Gender and populist radical-right politics: an introduction, by Niels Spierings, Andrej Zaslove, Liza M. Mügge, and Sarah L. de Lange, 3-15, first page — Vox populi or vox masculini? Populism and gender in Northern Europe and South America, by Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, 16-36, abstract — Gender and the radical right in Western Europe: a comparative analysis of policy agendas, by Tjitske Akkerman, 37-60, abstract — Gender and right-wing populism in the Low Countries: ideological variations across parties and time, by Sarah L. de Lange and Liza M. Mügge, 61-80, abstract — Charismatic female leadership and gender: Pia Kjærsgaard and the Danish People’s Party, by Susi Meret, 81-102, abstract — The gender gap in populist radical-right voting: examining the demand side in Western and Eastern Europe, by Eelco Harteveld, Wouter Van Der Brug, Stefan Dahlberg, and Andrej Kokkonen, 103-134, full text and here — Gendering the vote for populist radical-right parties, by Niels Spierings and Andrej Zaslove, 135-162, abstract — Conclusion: dividing the populist radical right between ‘liberal nativism’ and traditional conceptions of gender, by Niels Spierings and Andrej Zaslove, 163-173, first page.
Gilbert, George. “Rightist Ritual, Memory and Identity Commemoration in Late Imperial Russia.” Revolutionary Russia 28.1 (June 2015): 22-47. Full text.
Grimm, Robert, and Hilary Pilkington. “‘Loud and Proud’: Youth and the Politics of Silencing.” The Sociological Review 63.S2 (December 2015): 206-230. Abstract and references.
Han, Kyung Joon. “The Impact of Radical Right-Wing Parties on the Positions of Mainstream Parties Regarding Multiculturalism.” West European Politics 38.3 (May 2015): 557-576. Abstract and references. Supplemental material and here.
Horsti, Karina. “Techno-Cultural Opportunities: The Anti-Immigration Movement in the Finnish Mediascape.” Patterns of Prejudice 49.4 (Aug. 2015): 343-366. Full text.
Immerzeel, Tim, and Mark Pickup. “Populist Radical Right Parties Mobilizing ‘the People’? The Role of Populist Radical Right Success in Voter Turnout.” Electoral Studies 40 (Dec. 2015): 347-360. Abstract.
Kehrberg, Jason E. “The Demand Side of Support for Radical Right Parties.” Comparative European Politics 13.5 (Sept. 2015): 553-576. Abstract, Appendix, and references.
Kelley, Kristin, and Jeff Gruenewald. “Accomplishing Masculinity through Anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Homicide: A Comparative Case Study Approach.” Men and Masculinities 18.1 (Apr. 2015): 3-29. Abstract and references.
Kerodal, Ashmini G., Joshua D. Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, and Michael J. Suttmoeller. “A Test of Sprinzak’s Split Delegitimization’s Theory of the Life Course of Far-Right Organizational Behavior.” International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 39.4 (Oct. 2015): 307-329. Abstract and references.
Koehler, Daniel. “De-radicalization and Disengagement Programs as Counter-Terrorism and Prevention Tools. Insights From Field Experiences Regarding German Right-Wing Extremism and Jihadism.” Countering Radicalisation and Violent Extremism Among Youth to Prevent Terrorism. Edited by Marco Lombardi, Eman Ragab, Vivienne Chin, Yvon Dandurand, Valerio de Divitiis, Alessandro Burato. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series – E: Human and Societal Dynamics, Volume 118. Amsterdam: IOS Press BV, 2015. 120-150.
Koronaiou, Alexandra, Evangelos Lagos, Alexandros Sakellariou, Stelios Kymionis, and Irini Chiotaki-Poulou. “Golden Dawn, Austerity and Young People: The Rise of Fascist Extremism Among Young People in Contemporary Greek Society.” The Sociological Review 63.S2 (December 2015): 231-249. Abstract and references.
Leezenberg, Michiel. “Discursive Violence and Responsibility: Notes on the Pragmatics of Dutch Populism.” Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 3.1 (Jan 2015): 200-228. Full text.
Lindgren, Petter Y. “Developing Japanese Populism Research Through Readings of European Populist Radical Right Studies: Populism as an Ideological Concept, Classifications of Politicians and Explanations for Political Success.” Japanese Journal of Political Science 16.4 (Dec. 2015): 574-592. Abstract and references.
Lloyd, Monica, and Christopher Dean. “The Development of Structured Guidelines for Assessing Risk in Extremist Offenders.” Journal of Threat Assessment and Management 2.1 (Mar. 2015): 40-52. Full text.
Loch, Dietmar, and Ov Cristian Norocel. “The Populist Radical Right in Europe: A Xenophobic Voice in the Global Economic Crisis.” Europe’s Prolonged Crisis: The Making or the Unmaking of a Political Union. Edited by Hans-Jörg Trenz, Carlo Ruzza, and Virginie Guiraudon. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 251-269. Full text.
Macklin, Graham, and Joel Busher. “The Missing Spirals of Violence: Four Waves of Movement–Countermovement Contest in Post-War Britain.” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 7.1 (Jan. 2015): 53-68. Full text.
“Mainstreaming the extreme political factors, social conditions and cultural perceptions propelling the far-right and neo-nationalism in Europe” [special issue]: Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics 1.1 (2015). Contents: Editorial Introduction. Mainstreaming the Extreme: Intersecting Challenges from the Far Right in Europe, by Margit Feischmidt and Peter Hervik, 3-17 – Special Section – Drifting from Liberal Democracy: Traditionalist/Neo-conservative Ideology of Managed Illiberal Democratic Capitalism in Post-communist Europe, by Tamás Csillag and Iván Szelényi, 18-48 – The Racism that Dares not Speak its Name: Rethinking Neo-nationalism and Neo-racism, by Sindre Bangstad, 49-65 – What is in the Scandinavian Nexus of “Islamophobia, Multiculturalism, and Muslim-Western Relations”? by Peter Hervik, 66-82 – From Mainstream to Extreme: Casino Capitalism, Fascism and the Re-bordering of Immigration in Greece, by Giorgos Tsimouris, 83-99 – Incubating Radicalism in Hungary – the Case of Sopron and Ózd, by Domonkos Sik, 100-121 – Mainstream or an Alternate Universe? Locating and Analysing the Radical Right Media Products in the Hungarian Media Network, by Gabriella Szabó and Márton Bene, 122-146 – A Right-wing Extremist or People’s Protector? Media Coverage of Extreme Right Leader Marian Kotleba in 2013 Regional Elections in Slovakia, by Alena Kluknavská, 147-165 – Old Missions in New Clothes: The Reproduction of the Nation as Women’s Main Role Perceived by Female Supporters of Golden Dawn and Jobbik, by Anikó Félix, 166-182 – Securitization of LGBTIQ Minorities in Serbian Far-right Discourses: A Post-structuralist Perspective, by Isidora Stakić, 183-206 – Book Reviews – Michael Stewart (ed.), The Gypsy ‘Menace’. Populism and the New Anti-Gypsy Politics, reviewed by Juraj Buzalka 207-209 – Cas Mudde (ed.),Youth and the Extreme Right, reviewed by Anikó Félix, 210-213. Full text and here and here.
Massetti, Emanuele. “Mainstream Parties and the Politics of Immigration in Italy: A Structural Advantage for the Right or a Missed Opportunity for the Left?” Acta Politica 50.4 (Oct. 2015): 486-505. Abstract, notes, and references.
Mead, Henry. “A Pragmatist Root for Fascism? Hulme, James, Papini, and the Florentine School.” CFAPS Newsletter (Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University) 2 (Summer 2015): 8-9. Full text.
Meyer, Sarah, and Sieglinde Rosenberger. “Just a Shadow? The Role of Radical Right Parties in the Politicization of Immigration, 1995-2009.” Politics and Governance 3.2 (Apr. 2015): 1-17. Full text and here.
Mierina, Inta, and Ilze Koroleva. “Support for Far Right Ideology and Anti-migrant Attitudes among Youth in Europe: A Comparative Analysis.” The Sociological Review 63.S2 (December 2015): 183-205. Abstract and references.
Montgomery, Kathleen A. “Women’s resistance to the radical right: lessons from post-Communist Hungary.” Patterns of Prejudice 49.3 (2015): 225-248. Abstract.
Moufahim, Mona, Patrick Reedy, and Michael Humphreys. “The Vlaams Belang: The Rhetoric of Organizational Identity.” Organization Studies 36.1 (January 2015): 91-111. Full text.
Nordensvard, Johan, and Markus Ketola. “Nationalist Reframing of the Finnish and Swedish Welfare States – The Nexus of Nationalism and Social Policy in Far-Right Populist Parties.” Social Policy & Administration 49.3 (2015): 356-375. Full text and here.
Norocel, Ov Cristian. “The Panoptic Performance of Masculinity for the Romanian Ethno-Nationalist Project: Disciplinary Intersections in Populist Radical Right Print Media.” DiGeSt. Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies 2.1-2 (2015): 143-156. Full text and here and here and here.
O’Callaghan, Derek, Derek Greene, Maura Conway, Joe Carthy, and Pádraig Cunningham. “Down the (White) Rabbit Hole: The Extreme Right and Online Recommender Systems.” Social Science Computer Review 33.4 (Aug. 2015): 459-478. Full text and here and here and here.
Otjes, Simon, and Tom Louwerse. “Populists in Parliament: Comparing Left-Wing and Right-Wing Populism in the Netherlands.” Political Studies 63.1 (Mar. 2015): 60-79. Comparing the parliamentary voting behaviour of the Dutch left-wing populist Socialist Party (SP) and the right-wing populist Freedom Party (PVV), the only left-wing and right-wing populist parties that have been in a Western European parliament for more than four years. Abstract and references.
Papastathis, Konstantinos. “Religious Discourse and Radical Right Politics in Contemporary Greece, 2010-2014.” Politics, Religion & Ideology 16.2-3 (Apr. 2015): 218-247. Abstract.
Pardos-Prado, Sergi. “How Can Mainstream Parties Prevent Niche Party Success? Center-Right Parties and the Immigration Issue.” The Journal of Politics 77.2 (Apr. 2015): 352-367. Abstract.
Parkin, William S., and Joshua D. Freilich. “Routine Activities and Right-Wing Extremists: An Empirical Comparison of the Victims of Ideologically- and Non-Ideologically-Motivated Homicides Committed by American Far-Rightists.” Terrorism and Political Violence 27.1 (Jan. 2015): 182-203. Abstract and notes.
Parkin, William S., Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven M. Chermak. “Ideological Victimization: Homicides Perpetrated by Far-Right Extremists.” Homicide Studies 19.3 (Aug. 2015): 211-236. Abstract and references.
Passarelli, Gianluca. “Populism and the Lega Nord.” The Oxford Handbook of Italian Politics. Edited by Erik Jones and Gianfranco Pasquino. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Abstract.
Perry, Barbara. “‘All of a Sudden, There Are Muslims’: Visibilities and Islamophobic Violence in Canada.” International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 4.3 (2015): 4-15. Full text and here and here.
Pisoiu, Daniela. “Subcultural Theory Applied to Jihadi and Right-Wing Radicalization in Germany.” Terrorism and Political Violence 27.1 (Jan. 2015): 9-28. Abstract and notes.
Post, Jerrold M. “Terrorism and Right-Wing Extremism: The Changing Face of Terrorism and Political Violence in the 21st Century: The Virtual Community of Hatred.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 65.2 (Apr. 2015): 242-271. Abstract and here and here and here.
Ravndal, Jacob Aasland. “Thugs or Terrorists? A Typology of Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe.” Journal for Deradicalization 3 (Summer 2015): 1-38. Full text and here and here and here and here.
Rizzo, Stefano. “Systemic Challengers: Radical Right and Radical Left Populism in Europe.” Democrazia e diritto 2 (October 2015): 53-67. First page.
Schmuck, Desirée, and Jörg Matthes. “How Anti-Immigrant Right-Wing Populist Advertisements Affect Young Voters: Symbolic Threats, Economic Threats and the Moderating Role of Education.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41.10 (Aug. 2015): 1577-1599. Abstract and references.
Scrivens, Ryan, Garth Davies, Richard Frank, and Joseph Mei. “Sentiment-Based Identification of Radical Authors (SIRA).” Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE ICDM Workshop on Intelligence and Security Informatics. IEEE, 2015. 979-986. Abstract.
Shroufi, Omran. “The Gates of Jerusalem: European Revisionism and the Populist Radical Right.” Race & Class 57.2 (Oct. 2015): 24-42. Abstract and references.
Stevkovski, Ljupcho. “The Rise of Right-Wing Extremism in European Union.” International Studies: Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal 17.1 (2015): 43-57. Full text and here and here and here and here and here.
Stocker, Paul. “‘Dark and Sinister Powers’: Conspiracy Theory and the Interwar British Extreme Right.” CFAPS Newsletter (Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University) 2 (Summer 2015): 6-7. Full text and here.
Stocker, Paul. “‘The Imperial Spirit’: British Fascism and Empire, 1919-1940.” Religion Compass 9.2 (February 2015): 45-54. Abstract.
Stocker, Paul. “The Postwar British Extreme Right and Empire, 1945–1967.” Religion Compass 9.5 (May 2015): 162-172. Abstract.
Suttmoeller, Michael, Steven Chermak, and Joshua D. Freilich. “The Influence of External and Internal Correlates on the Organizational Death of Domestic Far-Right Extremist Groups.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 38.9 (Sept. 2015): 734-758. Abstract, funding, and notes.
Sznajder, Mario. “Politics in History: The Chilean radical right in the 20th century.” Araucaria. Revista Iberoamericana de Filosofía, Política y Humanidades 17.34 (Segundo semestre de 2015): 177-201. Full text and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.
Tilles, Daniel. “The Jewish Defence Archive: A valuable new source on British fascist, anti-fascist and Jewish history.” CFAPS Newsletter (Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University) 2 (Summer 2015): 4-5. Full text.
Umland, Andreas. “Challenges and Promises of Comparative Research into Post-Soviet Fascism: Methodological and Conceptual Issues in the Study of the Contemporary East European Extreme Right.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 48.2-3 (Sept. 2015): 169-181. Full text.
Vaarakallio, Tuula. “The Ideological Framework of the French Nouvelle Droite and the Contemporary Finnish Far Right.” Redescriptions: Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory 18.2 (Nov. 2015): 202-224. Full text and here.
van Prooijen, Jan-Willem, and André Krouwel. “Mutual Suspicion at the Political Extremes: How Ideology Predicts Belief in Conspiracy Theories.” The Psychology of Conspiracy. Edited by Michal Bilewicz, Aleksandra Cichocka, and Wiktor Soral. New York, NY, US: Routledge, 2015. 79-98. Full text.
Verbeek, Bertjan, and Andrej Zaslove. “The Impact of Populist Radical Right Parties on Foreign Policy: The Northern League as a Junior Coalition Partner in the Berlusconi Governments.” European Political Science Review 7.4 (Nov. 2015): 525-546. Abstract and references. First page.
Verney, Susannah. “‘Crisis Blues’: the Impact of the Economic Crisis on Euroscepticism in Greece.” ca. 2013. Published in Spanish translation as “‘El Blues de la Crisis’: El impacto de la crisis económica en el auge del euroscepticismo en Greceia.” Irene Martin & Ignacio Tiradio (eds.), Grecie: Aspectos políticos y jurídico-económicos de la crisis. Madrid: Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2015. 117-136. Full text.
Wellings, Ben, and Helen Baxendale. “Euroscepticism and the Anglosphere: Traditions and Dilemmas in Contemporary English Nationalism.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 53.1 (January 2015): 123-139. Abstract.
Wong, Meghan A., Richard Frank, and Russell Allsup. “The Supremacy of Online White Supremacists – an Analysis of Online Discussions by White Supremacists.” Information & Communications Technology Law 24.1 (Jan. 2015): 41-73. Abstract.
Ziller, Conrad, and Thomas Schübel. “‘The Pure People’ versus ‘the Corrupt Elite’? Political Corruption, Political Trust and the Success of Radical Right Parties in Europe.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 25.3 (July 2015): 368-386. Abstract and references. Supplemental material and here and here.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Avdeenko, Alexandra, and Thomas Siedler. Intergenerational Correlations of Extreme Right-Wing Party Preferences and Attitudes toward Immigration. Discussion Paper No. 9356, September 2015. Bonn: The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), 2015. Full text.
Bakker, Bert N., Matthijs Rooduijn, and Gijs Schumacher. “Following the leader or following your ideology? The case of Populist Radical Right Voting.” 2015. Full text.
Bansak, Kirk, Michael M. Bechtel, Jens Hainmueller, and Yotam Margalit. “The Ideological Basis of the Grexit Debate.” November 2015. Full text.
Carlsson, Magnus, Gordon B. Dahl, and Dan-Olof Rooth. “Backlash in Policy Attitudes After the Election of Extreme Political Parties.” NBER Working Paper No. 21062. Issued in April 2015. Full text and here.
Graver, Hans Petter. “National Socialism and the Courts in Norway under German Occupation 1940-1945.” Presented at the conference Anti-Democratic Ideology and Criminal Law under Fascist, National Socialist and Authoritarian Regimes, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London 10-11 September 2015. Full text.
Han, Kyung Joon. “What Makes Niche Parties Niche Parties?: Past Election Result, Issue Salience, and the Nicheness of Niche Parties.” CPAC III: Crossing Borders. The Comparative Politics Annual Conference (CPAC) at the Department of Political Science, Washington University in Saint Louis, May 1, 2015. On the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ) and the
Italian Social Movement (MSI). Full text.
Papastathis, Konstantinos. “Religious Discourse and Radical Right Politics in Contemporary Greece.” 2015. Full text.
Tillman, Erik R. “Authoritarianism and Support for Populist Radical Right Parties.” 2015. Full text.
Bjørgo, Tore, and Ingvild Magnæs Gjelsvik. Norwegian research on the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism: A status of knowledge. Oslo: Politihøgskolen, 2015. PHS Forskning;2015: 2. Full text and here and here.
The European Far Right: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Edited by Giorgos Charalambous. A joint Publication by PRIO Cyprus Centre and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. 2015. Report 2/2015. Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction to the Report, by Giorgos Charalambous – Chapter 2: A Thin Red Line? Far Right and Mainstream in a Relational Perspective, by Aristotle Kallis – Chapter 3: Ideological and Organizational Aspects of the Greek Cypriot Far Right, by Giorgos Charalambous – Chapter 4: The Rise of the Golden Dawn in Greece, by Daphne Halikiopoulou and Sofia Vasilopoulou – Chapter 5: Rome in Black(shirt): Far-right Alliances in Recent Italy, by Andrea Mammone – Chapter 6: The Irresistible Rise of the Front National? Populism and the Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right, by Aurelien Mondon – Chapter 7: AfD, Pegida and the New Right in Germany, by Andreas Kemper – Chapter 8: The Particularities and Uniqueness of Hungary’s Jobbik, by Krisztian Szabados. Full text.
Formers & families: Transitional journeys in and out of extremisms in the United Kingdom, Denmark and The Netherlands. Stijn Sieckelinck and Micha de Winter (eds.). The Hague: National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV), Ministry of Security and Justice, October 2015. Full text.
Gender as Symbolic Glue: The Position and Role of Conservative and Far Right Parties in the Anti-Gender Mobilization in Europe. Editors: Eszter Kováts, Maari Põim. FEPS – Foundation for European Progressive Studies in cooperation with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2015. Contents: Foreword, 11-12 – Chronology, 13-18 – France, by Gaël Brustier, 19-39 – Germany, by Alice Blum, 40-61 – Hungary, by Anikó Félix, 62-82 – Poland, by Weronika Grzebalska, 83-103 – Slovakia, by Petra Ďurinová, 104-125 – Epilogue: “Anti-gender” mobilisational discourse of conservative and far right parties as a challenge for progressive politics, by Andrea Pető, 126-131 – Transnational Aspects, 132-134. Full text.
Gill, Paul, Emily Corner, Amy Thornton, and Maura Conway. What Are the Roles of the Internet in Terrorism? Measuring Online Behaviours of Convicted UK Terrorists. VOX-Pol Network of Excellence, 2015. Full text.
Gumbel, Andrew. The Domestic Terrorism Threat in the United States: A Primer. The Program on Extremism at George Washington University, December 2015. Full text.
Hating Muslims: Anti-Muslim hate crimes and terrorism, 2010-2014. Hate Speech International, 2015. Full text.
Littler, Mark, and Matthew Feldman. Tell MAMA Reporting 2014/2015: Annual Monitoring, Cumulative Extremism, and Policy Implications. Centre for Fascist, Anti-Fascist and Post-Fascist Studies, Teesside University, June 2015. Full text.
Manning, Ruth, and Courtney La Bau. ‘In and Out of Extremism’: How Quilliam Helped 10 Former Far-Right and Islamists Change. Foreword by Maajid Nawaz. Quilliam, 2015. Full text.
Rizzo, Stefano. Systemic Challengers: Radical Right and Radical Left Populism in Europe. Foundation for European Progressive Studies, January 2015. Full text.
Simi, Pete, Steven Windisch, and Karyn Sporer. Recruitment and Radicalization among US Far-Right Terrorists. Report to the Office of University Programs, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. October 30, 2015. Full text.
Spectre of Hate: An Explanatory Guide to the Far Right in the UK. The Cordoba Foundation, March 2015. Full text.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
A Conference on the Extreme Right and Strategies for a New Hegemony. Stockholm, 13-14 November 2015. Program and schedule.
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
Anderson, David. The Terrorism Acts in 2014: Report of the Independent Reviewer on the Operation of the Terrorism Act 2000 and Part 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006. Williams Lea Group, September 2015. Full text.
A European Model Law for the Promotion of Tolerance and the Suppression of Intolerance. Text prepared by Yoram Dinstein, Ugo Genesio, Rein Müllerson, Daniel Thürer and Rüdiger Wolfrum. Revised in light of the conclusions of a conference on Tolerance and the Lawconvened in Heidelberg in February 2015. Includes definitions of “Group,” “Group libel,” “Hate crimes,” and “Tolerance.” Full text and here and here.
Eate, Penelope. [Review of] Extremism in America, edited by George Michael. Social Identities 21.3 (May 2015): 302-304. First page.
Kondor, Katherine. [Review of] Viral Hate: Containing its Spread on the Internet, by Abraham H. Foxman and Christopher Wolf. The Journal of Political Criminology 1.1 (Dec. 2015): 45-46. Full text and here.
Kott, Matthew. [Review of] In the Tracks of Breivik: Far Right Networks in Northern and Eastern Europe, edited by Mats Deland, Michael Minkenberg and Christin Mays. Fascism 4.2 (Nov. 2015): 209-212. Full text and here and here.
Mason, Robert. [Review of] America’s Right: Anti-Establishment Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party, by Robert B. Horwitz. Critical Studies on Terrorism 8.3 (Sept. 2015): 532-534. First page.
Morgan, Eric J. [Review of] Little ‘Red Scares’: Anti-Communism and Political Repression in the United States, 1921-1946. Edited by Robert Justin Goldstein. Cercles, March 30, 2015. Full text.
Ortu, Claudia. [Review of] Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse. Edited by Ruth Wodak, Majid KhosraviNik, and Brigitte Mral. Critical Discourse Studies 12.1 (2015): 114-117. First page.
Renton, David. [Review of] British Fascist Antisemitism and Jewish Responses, 1932-40, by Daniel Tilles. Cercles, March 22, 2015. Full text.
Bush, Rudolph. “Q&A: Edward Miller, author of ‘Nut Country: Right-wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy.” Dallas Morning News, Sept. 2015. An interview with Edward H. Miller, author of Nut Country: Right-wing Dallas and the Birth of the Southern Strategy. Mentions Bruce Alger (a Dallas Republican elected to Congress in 1954); Glenn Beck; Earle Cabell (mayor of Dallas); W.A. Criswell (the leader of the First Baptist Church in Dallas); Ted Dealey (anti-communist publisher of Dallas Morning News); Facts Forum (H.L. Hunt’s media organization); Barry Goldwater (1964 Republican presidential nominee); Lindsey Graham; H.L. Hunt (Texas oilman); Willmoore Kendall (political philosopher at the University of Dallas); the Kennedy assassination; Ku Klux Klan; Reconstruction; segregationism; Dan Smoot (commentator on ultraconservative politics and conspiracy theorist); the Southern strategy; John Tower (Texas’ Republican senator from 1961 to 1985); and Donald Trump. Full text.
Rosenberg, Paul. “Secrets of the extreme religious right: Inside the frightening world of Christian Reconstructionism.” Salon.com, July 31, 2015. An interview with Julie Ingersoll, author of Building God’s Kingdom: Inside the World of Christian Reconstructionism. Full text.
BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES
Africa is a Country. “American rightwing terrorists and nostalgia for white-supremacist regimes in Africa.” Africa is a Country, June 18, 2015. Full text.
Ahmed, Nafeez. “The American far-right’s trojan horse in Westminster.” INSURGE intelligence – Medium, June 15, 2015. On the Henry Jackson Society (HJS), a British think-tank. Full text.
Berger, Knute. “The Northwest’s uneasy relationship with fascism.” Crosscut, December 10, 2015. On William Dudley Pelley’s Silver Legion of America, also known as the Silver Shirts. Full text.
Berntzen, Lars Erik, and Manès Weisskircher. “Anti-Islamic Pegida groups have spread beyond their German heartlands.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, June 17, 2015. Full text and here.
Bjørkelo, Kristian A. “The new fascists.” Hate Speech International, January 27, 2015. On CasaPound Italia. Full text.
Cerase, Andrea, Elena D’Angelo and Claudia Santoro. “Monitoring Racist and Xenophobic Extremism to Counter Hate Speech Online: Ethical Dilemmas and Methods of a Preventive Approach.” VOX-Pol Blog, September 23, 2015. Full text.
Culpepper, Miles. “Ronald Reagan’s genocidal secret: A true story of right-wing impunity in Guatemala.” Salon.com, March 24, 2015. On a genocide trial against former Guatemalan head of state Efraín Ríos Montt. Full text.
“David Lane.” Southern Poverty Law Center Extremist Files – Extremists, 2015. Full text.
“Federation for American Immigration Reform.” Extremist Files – Southern Poverty Law Center, 2015. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Doublespeak: Radical Right Rhetoric Today.” Fair Observer, Aug. 9, 2015. Full text.
Feldman, Matthew. “Practice and Practitioners of Holocaust Denial.” Fair Observer, May 14, 2015. Full text.
Fleming, Andy. “A (very) brief guide to the contemporary Australian far right.” slackbastard, June 28, 2015. Full text.
“In ‘rebel manifesto,’ Meir Kahane’s grandson calls to bring down state.” The Times of Israel, 4 August 2015. Mentions Meir Ettinger (Meir Kahane’s grandson); Meir Kahane (Israeli-American far-right activist); and “The Rebel Manifesto” (2013 manifesto by Meir Ettinger). Full text.
“John Tanton.” Extremist Files – Southern Poverty Law Center, 2015. Full text.
Mammone, Andrea. “‘Historians for Britain’ provide a politically motivated, anti-European reading of the past.” LSE British Politics and Policy, July 1, 2015. Mentions anti-EU; Business for Britain (Eurosceptic think tank); Nigel Farage; Front National (French far-right party); Historians for Britain (a group of academic historians with an anti-EU manifesto); Marine Le Pen (Front National leader); and UKIP. Full text.
Mudde, Cas. “The problem with populism.” The Guardian, 17 Feb. 2015. Full text.
Neiwert, David. “Donald Trump May Not Be a Fascist, But He is Leading Us Merrily Down That Path.” Orcinus, November 28, 2015. Full text.
Schrader, Stuart. “From Charleston to Rhodesia.” Jacobin, June 25, 2015. Mentions the Confederate flag; the National Rifle Association (NRA); Rhodesian Front party (conservative party); Ian Smith (leader of the Rhodesian Front party); Dylann Roof (Charleston killer and self-proclaimed last Rhodesian); Soldier of Fortune; and white supremacy. Full text.
Shekhovtsov, Anton. “Russian fascist militants give money to Swedish counterparts.” Anton Shekhovtsov’s blog, 19 September 2015. Full text.
Shekhovtsov, Anton. “Russian Politicians Building an International Extreme Right Alliance.” The Interpreter, September 15, 2015. Full text.
Smith, Evan. “Australia & the Fascist Idea of Greater Britain.” Imperial & Global Forum, November 9, 2015. Mentions The Blackshirt; British Union of Fascists (BUF); Fascist Quarterly (the BUF’s journal); Henry J. Gibbs (BUF member and contributor to The Blackshirt); Robert Gordon-Canning (the BUF’s ‘expert’ on foreign affairs); Sir Oswald Mosley (leader of the BUF); pro-imperialism; Alexander Raven Thomson (the BUF’s philosopher and rabid anti-semite); and the ‘White Australia Policy.’ Full text.
Smith, Evan. “Forming the National Front of Australia: ASIO and the Fledgling Far Right Group.” Hatful of History, November 28, 2015. Full text.
Smith, Evan. “Rhodesia and Apartheid South Africa in the Far Right Popular Imagination.” Hatful of History, June 19, 2015. Full text.
Strømmen, Øyvind. “Fear, loathing and factions.” Hate Speech International, October 20, 2015. On the Australian far right. Full text.
Strømmen, Øyvind. “Hating Muslims – an HSI report.” Hate Speech International, February 27, 2015. Full text.
Testa, M. “Updated Far Right Sex Offenders.” Malatesta’s Blog, June 11, 2015. Full text.
Testa, M. “Updated Sex Offenders List.” Malatesta’s Blog, April 12, 2015. Full text.
“Willis Carto.” Southern Poverty Law Center Extremist Files – Extremists, 2015. Full text.
Wilson, Jason. “’Cultural Marxism’: a uniting theory for rightwingers who love to play the victim.” The Guardian, 18 Jan. 2015. Mentions Theodor Adorno (Frankfurt School theorist); Anders Breivik (Norwegian mass shooter); “cultural conservatism”; “cultural Marxism” (the theory that the (mostly Jewish) members of the Frankfurt School, from their positions in important cultural institutions, promoted and even enforced ideas which were intended to destroy traditional Christian values and overthrow free enterprise); culture war; the Frankfurt School; #Gamergate (video game hate group); Antonio Gramsci (Marxist thinker); William S. Lind (author of the theory of cultural Marxism and strategist of “cultural conservatism” for U.S. Republicans); Georg Lukacs (Marxist thinker); Herbert Marcuse (Frankfurt School theorist); and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Full text.
TIMELINES AND CHRONOLOGIES
DICTIONARIES, GLOSSARIES, AND LEXICONS
About Hate Crime Statistics. FBI, 2015. Database.