Adams, Michael. Could It Happen Here? Canada in the Age of Trump and Brexit. Toronto: Simon & Schuster, 2017
Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe: Mobilising against Equality. Edited by Roman Kuhar and David Paternotte. London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. Contents: 1. Introduction, Roman Kuhar and David Paternotte / 2. “Gender Ideology” in Austria – Coalitions around an Empty Signifier, Stefanie Mayer and Birgit Sauer / 3. “No Prophet is Accepted in His Own Country”: Catholic Anti-Gender Activism in Belgium, Sarah Bracke, Wannes Dupont and David Paternotte / 4. Embryo, Teddy Bear-Centaur and the Constitution: Mobilizations against “Gender Ideology” and Sexual Permissiveness in Croatia, Amir Hodžic and Aleksandar Štulhofer / 5. Resisting “Gender Theory” in France: A Fulcrum for Religious Action in a Secular Society, Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer and Josselin Tricou / 6. “Anti-Genderismus”: German Angst? Paula-Irene Villa / 7. Anti-Gender Discourse in Hungary: A Discourse without a Movement? Eszter Kováts and Andrea Peto / 8. Defending Catholic Ireland, Mary McAuliffe and Sinead Kennedy / 9. Italy as a Lighthouse: Anti-Gender Protests Between the “Anthropological Question” and National Identity, Sara Garbagnoli / 10. “Worse than Communism and Nazism Put Together”: War on Gender in Poland, Agnieszka Graff and Elzbieta Korolczuk / 11. Russia as the Savior of European Civilization: Gender and the Geopolitics of Traditional Values, Kevin Moss / 12. Changing Gender Several Times a Day: The Anti-Gender Movement in Slovenia, Roman Kuhar / 13. From the Pulpit to the Streets: Ultra-Conservative Religious Positions against Gender in Spain, Monica Cornejo and J. Ignacio Pichardo / 14. The Anti-Gender Movement in Comparative Perspective, David Paternotte and Roman Kuhar
Antisemitism and Islamophobia in Europe: A Shared Story? Edited by James Renton and Ben Gidley. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Shared Story of Europe’s Ideas of the Muslim and the Jew—A Diachronic Framework, by James Renton and Ben Gidley – PART I: CHRISTENDOM.- 2. Ethnic and Religious Categories in the Treatment of Jews and Muslims in the Crusader States, by Andrew Jotischky – 3. Antisemitism, Islamophobia and the Conspiracy Theory of Medical Murder in Early Modern Spain and Portugal, by François Soyer – PART II: EMPIRE.- 4. Fear and Loathing in the Russian Empire, by Robert D. Crews – 5. The End of the Semites, by James Renton – PART III: DIVERGENCE.- 6. The Case of Circumcision: Diaspora Judaism as a Model for Islam? by Sander L. Gilman – 7. Islamophobia and Antisemitism in the Balkans, by Marko Attila Hoare – 8. Anti-Semitism and its Critics, by Gil Anidjar – PART IV: RESPONSE.- 9. Antisemitism, Islamophobia and the Search for Common Ground in French Antiracist Movements since 1898, by Daniel A. Gordon – 10. The Price of an Entrance Ticket to Western Society: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Heinrich Heine and the Double Standard of Emancipation, by David J. Wertheim – 11. The Impact of Antisemitism and Islamophobia on Jewish–Muslim Relations in the UK: Memory, Experience, Context, by Yulia Egorova and Fiaz Ahmed. Chapter previews.
Bergmann, Eirikur. Nordic Nationalism and Right-Wing Populist Politics: Imperial Relationships and National Sentiments. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
Berry, Damon T. Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2017
Burley, Shane. Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It. Chico, CA: AK Press, 2017
Camus, Jean-Yves, and Nicolas Lebourg. Far-Right Politics in Europe. Translated by Jane Marie Todd. Cambridge, MA and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2017
Conference Proceedings. Conference on Hate Crimes in South-East Europe. Sarajevo, 8 November 2016. Faculty of Criminal Justice, Criminology and Security Studies, University of Sarajevo, 2017. Part I. Part II.
Critical Perspectives on Hate Crime: Contributions from the Island of Ireland. Amanda Haynes • Jennifer Schweppe • Seamus Taylor, Editors. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Contents: Introduction: Mapping the Field of Hate Studies on the Island of Ireland / Seamus Taylor, Amanda Haynes and Jennifer Schweppe — Part I Contextualising the Significance of the Irish Case — The Disappearing of Hate Crime in the Irish Criminal Justice Process / Amanda Haynes and Jennifer Schweppe — Acknowledgement, Recognition and Response: The Criminal Justice System and Hate Crime in Northern Ireland / Neil Jarman — Legislating Hate in Ireland: The View from Here / Barbara Perry — Ireland in an International Comparative Context / Joanna Perry — Part II Targets of Hate: The Experiences of Identity Groups in Ireland — LGB and T? The Specificity of Anti-Transgender Hate Crime / Amanda Haynes and Jennifer Schweppe — Transphobic Hate Crime: Making the Invisible Visible / Broden Giambrone — Heteronormativity and the Inverted Relationship between — Sociopolitical and Legislative Approaches to Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Hate Crime / Marian Duggan — Third-Sector Responses to LGB Hate Crime: Community and Garda Engagement / Brian Sheehan and Craig Dwyer — Hate Crime Legislation and Violence Against Sex Workers in Ireland: Lessons in Policy and Practice / Graham Ellison and Lucy Smith — The Challenges of Disablist Hate Crime / Seamus Taylor — Intellectual Disability and Hate Crime / Jim Winters — Hate Crime: An Activist Physical Disability Perspective / Karen Hall and Shane Gorman — Islamophobia, Anti-Muslim Racism and Conceptions of Irish Homogeneity / James Carr — Anti-Black Racism: Afrophobia, Exclusion and Global Racisms / Lucy Michael — Combating Racist Hate: An NGO Perspective / Shane O’Curry — Cycles of Violence: Racist Hate Crime in Northern Ireland / Patrick Yu — Travellers and Roma in Ireland: Understanding Hate Crime Data through the Lens of Structural Inequality / Sindy Joyce, Margaret Kennedy and Amanda Haynes — A Civil Society Perspective on Anti-Traveller and Anti-Roma Hate: Connecting Online to On the Street / Aisling Twomey — Part III Territorial Specificities, Global Challenges — Recording and Reporting Racist Hate Crime: Police and Civil Society Responses / James Carr — Hate and the State: Northern Ireland, Sectarian Violence and ‘Perpetrator-less Crime’ / Robbie McVeigh — Policing Racism on the Island of Ireland / Dave McInerney — Probation Practice and Offending Motivated by Hate and Discrimination: An All-Ireland Perspective / Gerry McNally and Eithne McIlroy — International Legal Framework for Hate Crimes: Which Law for the ‘New’ Countries? / Aleš Gião Hanek — Towards an all-Island Approach to Hate Crime in Ireland / Amanda Haynes, Seamus Taylor and Jennifer Schweppe — Index
Clinton, Maggie. Revolutionary Nativism: Fascism and Culture in China, 1925-1937. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2017
Connolly, William E. Aspirational Fascism: The Struggle for Multifaceted Democracy under Trumpism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2017
Conroy, Melvyn. Nazi Eugenics: Precursors, Policy, Aftermath. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2017
Davies, Geoff. The Rise and Failure of the Radical Right: The Origins of Australia’s Political Disarray. BetterNature, 2017
Dudas, Jeffrey R. Raised Right: Fatherhood in Modern American Conservatism. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2017
Dyck, Kirsten. Reichsrock: The International Web of White-Power and Neo-Nazi Hate Music. New Brunswick, New Jersey & London: Rutgers University Press, 2017
Ebner, Julia. The Rage: The Vicious Circle of Islamist and Far-Right Extremism. London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 2017
The European Mainstream and the Populist Radical Right. Edited by Pontus Odmalm and Eve Hepburn. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2017. Contents: 1. Mainstream parties, the populist radical right, and the (alleged) lack of a restrictive and assimilationist alternative, by Pontus Odmalm and Eve Hepburn, full text; 2. The European mainstream and the populist radical right: The British case, by Rebecca Partos; 3. Conflict and co-operation among the Danish mainstream as a condition for adaptation to the populist radical right, by Flemming Juul Christiansen; 4. Immigration, integration and the Finns Party: Issue ownership by coincidence or by stealth? by Mikko Kuisma and Mikael Nygård; 5. The French mainstream and the Front National’s electoral fortunes, by João Carvalho, full text; 6. Accommodating the Dutch populist radical right in a multi-party system: Success or failure? by by Marijn Van Klingeren, Andrej Zaslove and Bertjan Verbeek; 7. Sweden: From deviant case to populist radical right hotbed? by Anders Widfeldt; 8. Concluding remarks, by Pontus Odmalm. Chapter abstracts.
Farris, Sara R. In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2017
Fascism without Borders: Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945. Edited by Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe. New York: Berghahn Books, 2017. Contents: Introduction: Fascism without Borders. Transnational Connections and Cooperation between Movements and Regimes in Europe, 1918-1945, by Arnd Bauerkämper and Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe, full text – Chapter 1. Transnational Fascism: The Fascist New Order, Violence, and Creative Destruction, by Artistotle Kallis – Chapter 2. Corporatist Connections: The Transnational Rise of the Fascist Model in Interwar Europe, by Matteo Pasetti – Chapter 3. Organizing Leisure: Extension of Propaganda into New Realms by the Italian and British Fascist Movements, by Anna Lena Kocks – Chapter 4. The Brotherhood of Youth’ – A Case Study of the Ustaša and Hlinka Youth Connections and Exchanges, by Goran Miljan – Chapter 5. The Estado Novo and Portuguese-German Relations in the Age of Fascism, by Cláudia Ninhos – Chapter 6. Inter-Fascist Conflicts in East Central Europe: The Nazis, the “Austrofascists”, the Iron Guard, and the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, by Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe – Chapter 7. Fascist Poetry for Europe. Transnational Fascism and the Case of Robert Brasillach, by Marleen Rensen – Chapter 8. Native Fascists, Transnational Anti-Semites: The International Activity of Legionary Leader Ion I. Mota, by Raul Cârstocea – Chapter 9. Italian Fascism from a Transnational Perspective: The Debate on the New European Order (1930-1945), by Monica Fioravanzo – Chapter 10. The Nazi “New Europe”. Transnational Concepts of a Fascist and Völkisch Order for the Continent, by Johannes Dafinger – Chapter 11. Communist Anti-Fascism and Transnational Fascism: Comparisons, Transfers, Entanglements, by Kasper Braskén – Chapter 12. Antifascism in Europe: Networks, Exchanges, and Influences. The Case of Silvio Trentin in Toulouse and in the Resistenza in Veneto (1926 -1944), by Silvia Madotto – Chapter 13. German and Italian Democratic Socialists in Exile: Interpretations of Fascism and Transnational Aspects of Resistance in the Sopade and Giustizia e Libertà, by Francesco Di Palma – Afterword: Between Cooperation and Conflict. Perspectives of Historical Research on Transnational Fascism, by Arnd Bauerkämper.
Finchelstein, Federico. From Fascism to Populism in History. Oakland: University of California Press, 2017
Fleming, Crystal Marie. Resurrecting Slavery: Racial Legacies and White Supremacy in France. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2017
Gender and Far Right Politics in Europe. Edited by Michaela Köttig, Renate Bitzan, and Andrea Petö. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Introduction: Michaela Köttig and Alice Blum. Chapter 1: Country reports. Doing Racism, Performing Femininity: Women in the Sweden Democrats, by Diana Mulinari and Anders Neergaard – Contesting Gender Equality Politics in Finland: The Finns Party Effect, by Eeva Luhtakallio and Tuukka Yla-Anttila – The Increasing Visibility of Right-Wing Extremist Women in Contemporary Europe: Is Great Britain an Exception? by Andrea Dauber-Griffin – Research on Gender and the Far Right in Germany since 1990 – Developments, Findings, and Future Prospects, by Renate Bitzan – Between German Nationalism and Anti-Muslim Racism – Representations of Gender in the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), by Carina Klammer and Judith Goetz – Towards an alternative emancipation? The new way(s) of women’s mobilisation in the Hungarian radical right subculture, by Aniko Felix – Women and gender ideologies in the far right in Spain, by Miquel Ramos and Frauke Buttner – A ‘new’ National Front? Gender, religion, secularism and the French populist radical right, by Francesca Scrinzi – Nationalism and women in Greece during 1936-1941 and today: indicative historical and sociological notes, by Maria Alvanou – Chapter 2: Comparative perspectives in Europe and the US. Women on the Fast Track? Gender Issues in the National Democratic Party of Germany and the French National Front (1980s-2012), by Valerie Dubslaff — The emergence of powerful anti-gender movements in Europe and the crisis of liberal democracy, by Eszter Kovats — Similarities/Differences in Gender and Far-Right Politics in Europe and the United States, by Kathleen Blee — Chapter 3: Media discourse on gender. Media Representations of Elderly Right-Wing Women and Aestheticization of Age in Poland, by Kateryna Novikova – Gender stereotypes constructed by the media – the case of the National Socialist Underground (NSU) in Germany, by Michaela Köttig – A World Without Gender? The Struggle of Austria’s Far Right over What It Means to Be Human – An Analysis of Barbara Rosenkranz’ book ‘MenschInnen’, by Boka En and Michael En – Pitied Women, Aggressive Men. Images of Muslims in Swedish Christian and Secular News Discourse, by Kristian Steiner – Chapter 4: Discourses on the issues. Antifeminism and Masculinity At the Mercy of Femocracy? Networks and ideological links between far-right movements and the antifeminist men’s rights movement, by Alva Trabert — Songs that sound ‘right’, by Marko Stojanovska Rupčić – The Far Right’s Ideological Constructions of ‘Deviant’ Male Sexualities, by Fabian Virchow — Men in the battle for the brains: Constructions of masculinity within the ‘Identitary Generation’, by Alice Blum – Chapter 5: Counter strategies Disengagement and Deradicalization. Work with Girls and Young Women – Experiences from Germany, by Michaela Glaser – Gender might be the key. Gender-reflective approaches and guidelines in prevention of and intervention in right-wing extremism in Europe, by Silke Baer, Oliver Kossack, and Anika Posselius — Postscript: Alice Blum and Michaela Köttig. Chapter previews.
Goodhart, David. The Road to Somewhere: The New Tribes Shaping British Politics. Penguin, 2017
Gordon, Linda. The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition. New York: W. W. Norton, 2017
Griffiths, Richard. What Did You Do During the War? The Last Throes of the British Pro-Nazi Right, 1940-45. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017
Gushchin, Victor. Latvia 1988-2015: a triumph of the radical nationalists. Book 3. Formation of a new historical memory, or the Whitewashing of Nazism in Latvia. Riga: The Baltic Centre of Historical and Socially Political Studies, 2017. Full text.
Harcourt, Felix. Ku Klux Kulture: America and the Klan in the 1920s. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017
Hawley, George. Making Sense of the Alt-Right. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017. Chapter abstracts.
Jackson, Paul. Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
Jones, Emily. Edmund Burke and the Invention of Modern Conservatism, 1830-1914: An Intellectual History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017
Jones, Robert P. The End of White Christian America. Simon & Schuster, 2017
Krekó, Péter, and Attila Juhász. The Hungarian Far Right: Social Demand, Political Supply, and International Context. Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 2017
Ladd-Taylor, Molly. Fixing the Poor: Eugenic Sterilization and Child Welfare in the Twentieth Century. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017
Love, Erik. Islamophobia and Racism in America. New York: New York University Press, 2017
Lyons, Matthew N. Ctrl-Alt-Delete: An Antifascist Report on the Alternative Right. Montreal: Kersplebedeb Publishing, 2017
MacLean, Nancy. Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America. New York: Viking Press, 2017; London: Scribe, 2017
Makley, Michael J. Open Spaces, Open Rebellions: The War over America’s Public Lands. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2017
Mayer, Jane. Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires behind the Rise of the Radical Right. New York: Anchor Books, 2017
Michaels, Jonathan. McCarthyism: The Realities, Delusions and Politics Behind the 1950s Red Scare. New York and London: Routledge, 2017. Chapter 1. The Origins of Red Scare Anti-Communism.
Minkenberg, Michael. The Radical Right in Eastern Europe: Democracy under Siege? New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Bibliography and index.
Mudde, Cas. Syriza: The Failure of the Populist Promise. 2017
Mudde, Cas, and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. Populism: A Very Short Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Full text.
Nagle, Angela. Kill All Normies: Online culture wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the alt-right. Zero Books, 2017
Neiwert, David. Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump. London and Brooklyn: Verso, 2017
Picciolini, Christian. White American Youth: My Descent into America’s Most Violent Hate Movement and How I Got Out. New York: Hachette Books, 2017
Polakow-Suransky, Sasha. Go Back to Where You Came From: The Backlash Against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy. New York: Nation Books, 2017
Political Populism: A Handbook. Edited by Reinhard C. Heinisch, Christina Holtz-Bacha, and Oscar Mazzoleni. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017. Contents: Preface — Acknowledgements — List of Figures — List of Tables — Introduction — Part I: Defining and Analysing the Concept — Chapter 1: Populism: A History of the Concept, by Damir Skenderovic — Chapter 2: Populism and Political Representation, by Alfio Mastropaolo — Chapter 3: Conceptualising the Relationship Between Populism and the Radical Right, by Dietmar Loch — Chapter 4: The Populist Radical Right and Social Movements, by Carlo Ruzza — Chapter 5: Analysing and Explaining Populism: Bringing Frame, Actor and Context Back in, by Reinhard Heinisch and Oscar Mazzoleni — Chapter 6: Measuring Populism: A Review of Current Approaches, by Teun Pauwels — Chapter 7: Populism in Communications Perspective: Concepts, — Issues, Evidence, by Lone Sorensen — Part II: Assessing the Success of Populist Actors in Europe and in the Americas — Europe — Chapter 8: Electoral Basis of Populist Parties, by Gilles Ivaldi — Chapter 9: Populist Parties in Power and Their Impact on Liberal Democracies in Western Europe, by Tjitske Akkerman — Chapter 10: Sociocultural Legacies in Post-Transition Societies in Central and Eastern Europe and the Relationship to the Resurgence of Right-Wing Extremism and Populism in the Region, by Vlastimil Havlík and Miroslav Mareš — Chapter 11: How Far Does Nationalism Go? An Overview of Populist Parties in Central and Eastern Europe, by Sergiu Gherghina, Sergiu Miscoiu and Sorina Soare — Chapter 12: Entrepreneurial Populism and the Radical Centre: Examples from Austria and the Czech Republic, by Reinhard Heinisch and Steven Saxonberg — Chapter 13: New Populism, by Maria Elisabetta Lanzone — The Americas — Chapter 14: Contemporary Populism in the United States, by Sandra Vergari — Chapter 15: Populism and Democratic Representation in Latin America, by Saskia P. Ruth and Kirk A. Hawkins — Chapter 16: Populist and Programmatic Parties in Latin American Party Systems, by María Esperanza Casullo and Flavia Freidenberg — Part III: Emerging Challenges and New Research Agendas — Chapter 17: Populist Parties of Latin America: The Cases of Argentina and Ecuador, by María Esperanza Casullo and Flavia Freidenberg — Chapter 18: Societal Malaise in Turbulent Times: Introducing a New Explanatory Factor for Populism from a Crossnational Europe-Wide Perspective, by Wolfgang Aschauer — Chapter 19: Populism and Democracy—Theoretical and Empirical Considerations, by Robert A. Huber and Christian H. Schimpf — Chapter 20: The Gender Dimension of Populism, by Sarah C. Dingler, Zoe Lefkofridi and Vanessa Marent — Chapter 21: The Body in Populism, by Paula Diehl — Chapter 22: Populism and Islamophobia, by Hans-Georg Betz — Chapter 23: Media Politics and Populism as a Mobilisation — Resource, by Franca Roncarolo — Chapter 24: Populist and Non-populist Media: Their Paradoxical Role in the Development and Diffusion of a Right-Wing Ideology, by Benjamin Krämer — Notes on Contributors — Index
The Radical Right. Third Edition. Daniel Bell, editor. With a new introduction by David Plotke. Afterword by Daniel Bell. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. Introduction to the Transaction Edition (2001), by David Plotke. Preface (1962) by Daniel Bell. The Dispossessed (1962) by Daniel Bell.
Richardson, John E. British Fascism: A Discourse-Historical Analysis. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag, 2017
Ross, Alexander Reid. Against the Fascist Creep. Chico, CA: AK Press, 2017
Ross, Steven J. Hitler in Los Angeles: How Jews Foiled Nazi Plots against Hollywood and America. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2017
Shaffer, Ryan. Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Chapter 2. The Fascist Tradition, 1967-1977.
Shekhovtsov, Anton. Russia and the Western Far Right: Tango Noir. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2017. Introduction.
Stockemer, Daniel. The Front National in France: Continuity and Change Under Jean-Marie Le Pen and Marine Le Pen. Cham: Springer, 2017. Contents. Chapter 2. The History of the Front National, 7-26 and here.
Stocker, Paul. English Uprising: Brexit and the Mainstreaming of the Far-Right. Melville House, 2017
Teitelbaum, Benjamin R. Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Nordic Radical Nationalism. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017
Tomorrow Belongs to Us: The British Far Right Since 1967. Edited by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2017. Contents: 1. ‘The men who rewrite History’: Holocaust denial and the British far right from 1967 / Mark Hobbs — 2. The National Socialist Group: a case study in the groupuscular right / Paul Jackson — 3. The National Front: the search for a ‘nationalist’ economic policy / John E. Richardson — 4. Exporting fascism across the Commonwealth: the case of the National Front of Australia / Evan Smith — 5. The dog that didn’t bark? Assessing the development of ‘cumulative extremism’ between fascists and anti-fascists in the 1970s / Alex Carter — 6. White Youth: the far right, punk and British youth culture, 1977-87 / Nigel Copsey — 7. New visual identities for British neo-fascist rock (1982 — 1987): White Noise, ‘Vikings’ and the cult of Skrewdriver / Roger Sabin — 8. The ‘obnoxious mobilised minority’: homophobia and homohysteria in the British National Party, 1982 — 1999 / George J. Severs – 9. Closing the gender gap: women and the far right in contemporary Britain / Hannah Bows — 10. ‘There’s a vital lesson here. Let’s make sure we learn it’: transnational mobilisation and the impact of Greece’s Golden Dawn upon extreme right-wing activism in Britain / Graham Macklin — 11. Love will tear us apart: emotions, patriotism and the English Defence League / C. M. Quinn — 12. Britain’s far right since 1967: a bibliographic survey / Craig Fowlie.
Whitman, James Q. Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2017. Introduction and Chapter 2 and a portion of the Conclusion.
Ziblatt, Daniel. Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017
DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
Ballantyne, Bryan J. “Social Movements and Social Media: Surveillance and Unintended Consequences.” M.A., Naval Postgraduate School, 2017. Full text.
Hall, Lori Leigh. “Race and Online Hate: Exploring the Relationship between Race and the Likelihood of Exposure to Hate Material Online.” Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2017. Full text.
Mealy, Dominic. “Revolt of the ‘Left Behinds’? Regional Manufacturing Employment and the Vote Share of European Social Democratic and Radical Right Parties.” Master thesis, Lund university, 2017. Full text.
Michel, Elie. “Welfare Politics and the Radical Right: The Relevance of Welfare Politics for the Radical Right’s Success in Western Europe.” Doctor of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, 2017. Full text.
Stewart, Craig M. “Countering Violent Extremism Policy in the United States: Are CVE Programs in America Effectively Mitigating the Threat of Homegrown Violent Extremism?” M.A., Naval Postgraduate School, 2017. Full text.
Ylä-Anttila, Tuukka. “The Populist Toolkit: Finnish Populism in Action 2007-2016.” Ph.D., University of Helsinki, 2017. Full text.
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS
Abubakar, Wara Yusuf. “The Ideological Perspective of Right-Wing Parties in Modern Europe.” 3. Uluslararası Öğrenciler Sosyal Bilimler Kongresi. Bildiriler Kitabi – II. Istanbul, 2017. 113-125. Full text.
Alexander, Jeffrey C. “Raging Against the Enlightenment: The Ideology of Steven Bannon.” ASA Sociology of Culture Newsletter 29.1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2017): 24-28. Mentions anti-communist; anti-Dreyfusards; anti-Semitic; Breitbart News; Edmund Burke; George H. W. Bush; George W. Bush; Camp of the Saints (Jean Raspail); Dick Cheney; De Maistre; Dreyfus; David Duke; Julius Evola; Fascism; Franco; Hegel; Herder; Hitler; In the Face of Evil (Bannon’s 2004 documentary about Ronald Reagan); Ku Klux Klan; Jared Kushner; Charles Maurras; Mein Kampf (Hitler); Mussolini; Nazism; Nietzsche; Nixon; Michael Oakeshott; Sarah Palin; Jean Raspail; Ronald Reagan; Franklin Roosevelt; Tojo; and Donald Trump. Full text. A version of this paper appears as video and audio online beginning at 46:20 here.
Allen, Chris. “Ideological Islamophobia: Conception and Function, ‘Normative Truths’ and ‘New Reality.'” Muslim Perspectives 2.2 (2017): 2-19. Full text.
Bertus, Zoltán. “Investigating the background of radical right-wing mobilization in Hungary with regional statistical methods.” Regional Statistics 7.2 (2017): 1-19. Full text.
Borum, Randy, and Thomas Neer. “Terrorism and Violent Extremism.” Handbook of Behavioral Criminology. Edited by Vincent B. Van Hasselt and Michael L. Bourke (Cham: Springer, 2017). 729-745. Chapter abstract and references.
Bucci, Laura C. “White working-class politics and the consequences of declining unionization in the age of Trump.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 5.2 (2017): 364-371. Abstract.
Carvalho, João. “Mainstream Party Strategies Towards Extreme Right Parties: The French 2007 and 2012 Presidential Elections.” Government and Opposition, Published online: 30 October 2017. Full text.
Colliver, Chloe, and Jacob Davey. “Cross-Spectrum Counter Violent Extremism: Prevention and Intervention Models.” Digitale Medien und politisch-weltanschaulicher Extremismus im Jugendalter Erkenntnisse aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. Sally Hohnstein und Maruta Herding (Hrsg.). Halle (Saale): Deutsches Jugendinstitut e.V, 2017. 164-188. Full text.
Dinan, Desmond. “Governance and Institutions: The Insidious Effect of Chronic Crisis.” JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 55.S1 (September 2017): 73-87. On Brexit. First page.
Doerr, Nicole. “How Right-Wing versus Cosmopolitan Political Actors Mobilize and Translate Images of Immigrants in Transnational Contexts.” Visual Communication 16.3 (August 2017): 315-336. Full text.
Drábik, Jakub. “Spreading the faith: the propaganda of the British Union of Fascists.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 25.2 (2017): 211-225. Abstract.
Fähnrich, Birte, and Corinna Lüthje. “Roles of Social Scientists in Crisis Media Reporting: The Case of the German Populist Radical Right Movement PEGIDA.” Science Communication 39.4 (Aug. 2017): 415-442. Full text.
Futrell, Robert, and Pete Simi. “The [Un]Surprising Alt-Right.” Contexts 16.2 (May 2017): 76. Full text.
Gender and the Radical and Extreme Right: Mechanisms of Transmission and the Role of Educational Interventions. Edited by Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington. Gender and Education 29.2 (2017). Contents: Introduction – In search of the missing link: gender, education and the radical right / Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington, full text — 1. Towards equality for women and men of one race: Sophie Rogge-Börner’s racial-feminist philosophy of education / Jennifer Meyer, abstract — 2. The ‘obnoxious mobilised minority’: homophobia and homohysteria in the British national party, 1982–1999 / George J. Severs, abstract — 3. Female leaders in a radical right movement: the Latvian National Front / Anita Stasulane, abstract — 4. Soldier, sailor, rebel, rule-breaker: masculinity and the body in the German far right / Cynthia Miller-Idriss, abstract — 5. ‘Sexually modern nativist voters’: do they exist and do they vote for the populist radical right? / Niels Spierings, Marcel Lubbers and Andrej Zaslove, full text — 6. ‘EDL angels stand beside their men…not behind them’: the politics of gender and sexuality in an anti-Islam(ist) movement / Hilary Pilkington, full text — 7. Women and Golden Dawn: reproducing the nationalist habitus / Alexandra Koronaiou and Alexandros Sakellariou, abstract — Afterword: Next steps in the study of gender and education in the radical right / Kathleen Blee, first page.
Geva, Dorit. “A Rose by This Name: Populism, Gender, and Nationalist Ideology in the French National Front.” ASA Sociology of Culture Newsletter 29.1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2017): 22-23. Full text.
Gupta, Kshitiz, and Sumeet Gupta. “Antidisestablishmentarianism in the American Election: The Rise of Donald Trump and Far Right Parties in Europe, Identity Politics in the light of Niccolo Machiavelli’s Treatise – ‘The Prince.'” Journal of Global Economy 13.4 (Dec. 2017): 250-267. Full text.
Halla, Martin, Alexander F. Wagner, and Josef Zweimüller. “Immigration and Voting for the Far Right.” Journal of the European Economic Association 15.6 (December 2017): 1341-1385. Full text.
Héjj, Dominik. “The rebranding of Jobbik.” New Eastern Europe 29.6 (2017): 83-90. Abstract.
Hutchinson, Jade. “Violent Extremism and Far-Right Radicalism in Australia: A Psychological Perspective.” Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses 9.11 (November 2017): 16-19. Full text.
Ivaldi, Gilles, Maria Elisabetta Lanzone, and Dwayne Woods. “Varieties of Populism across a Left-Right Spectrum: The Case of the Front National, the Northern League, Podemos and Five Star Movement.” Swiss Political Science Review 23.4 (December 2017): 354-376. Abstract.
Kahmann, Bodo. “‘The most ardent pro-Israel party’: pro-Israel attitudes and anti-antisemitism among populist radical-right parties in Europe.” Patterns of Prejudice 51.5 (2017): 396-411. Abstract.
Kragh, Martin, and Sebastian Åsberg. “Russia’s strategy for influence through public diplomacy and active measures: the Swedish case.” Journal of Strategic Studies 40.6 (2017): 773-816. Full text.
Krüger, Steffen. “Unable to mourn again? Media(ted) reactions to German neo-Nazi terrorism.” Shared Traumas, Silent Loss, Public and Private Mourning. Edited by Lene Auestad. London: Karnac Books Ltd, 2017. Reprinted London and New York: Routledge, 2018. 59-76. Chapter abstract.
Kurzman, Charles, Ahsan Kamal, and Hajar Yazdiha. “Ideology and Threat Assessment: Law Enforcement Evaluation of Muslim and Right-Wing Extremism.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 3 (2017): 1-13. Full text.
Love, Nancy S. “Back to the Future: Trendy Fascism, the Trump Effect, and the Alt-Right.” New Political Science 39.2 (2017): 263-268. First page.
MacMillan, Catherine. “An Evil Empire? The EU as Dystopian Monster in the Discourses of Four European Populist Parties (The Front National, Podemos, Syriza and UKIP).” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Europe in Discourse: Identity, Diversity, Borders, Athens, September 23-25, 2016. Edited by Juliane House and Themis Kaniklidou. Nashua, NH: Hellenic American University, 2017. 7-19. Full text.
McCrary, Kayla. “An Analysis of Euroskepticism’s Influence on Britain’s Vote to Leave the European Union.” Scientia et Humanitas: A Journal of Student Research (Middle Tennessee State University) 7.1 (Spring 2017): 109-126. Full text.
Moffitt, Benjamin. “Liberal Illiberalism? The Reshaping of the Contemporary Populist Radical Right in Northern Europe.” Politics and Governance 5.4 (2017): 112-122. Full text.
Norocel, Ov Cristian. “Åkesson at Almedalen: Intersectional Tensions and Normalization of Populist Radical Right Discourse in Sweden.” NORA: Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research 25.2 (2017): 91-106. Abstract.
Norocel, Ov Cristian, Gabriella Szabó, and Márton Bene. “Integration or Isolation? Mapping Out the Position of Radical Right Media in the Public Sphere.” International Journal of Communication 11 (2017): 3764-3788. Full text and here and here.
Pascovich, Eyal. “Shin Bet and the Challenge of Right-Wing Political Extremism in Israel.” International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 30.2 (2017): 269-309. Full text.
Perry, Barbara, and Ryan Scrivens. “The Maturation of Hate Crime Scholarship.” Hate Crime: Critical Concepts in Criminology. Edited by Philip Bean. London: Routledge, 2017. 1-42. Full text.
Pirro, Andrea L. P. , and Stijn van Kessel. “United in opposition? The populist radical right’s EU-pessimism in times of crisis.” Journal of European Integration 39.4 (2017): 405-420. Full text.
Rooduijn, Matthijs, Brian Burgoon, Erika J. van Elsas, and Herman G. van de Werfhorst. “Radical distinction: Support for radical left and radical right parties in Europe.” European Union Politics 18.4 (December 2017): 536-559. Full text.
Rydgren, Jens. “Radical right-wing parties in Europe: What’s populism got to do with it?” Journal of Language and Politics 16.4 (Jan. 2017): 485-496. Full text.
Savelkoul, Michael, and Peer Scheepers. “Why lower educated people are more likely to cast their vote for radical right parties: Testing alternative explanations in The Netherlands.” Acta Politica 52.4 (October 2017): 544-573. Abstract, appendix, and references. Correction and here.
Scaminaci, James, III. “Battle without Bullets: The Christian Right and Fourth Generation Warfare.” The Public Eye (Summer 2017). Full text.
Schaeffer, Carol. “How Hungary Became a Haven for the Alt-Right.” The Atlantic, May 28, 2017. Full text.
Schuurman, Bart, Lasse Lindekilde, Stefan Malthaner, Francis O’Connor, Paul Gill, and Noémie Bouhana. “End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology that Should Not Have Been.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Accepted author version posted online: 20 Dec 2017. Full text.
Scrivens, Ryan, and Barbara Perry. “Resisting the Right: Countering Right-Wing Extremism in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 59.4 (October 2017): 534-558. Abstract and here.
Simi, Pete, and Bryan F. Bubolz. “Far Right Terrorism in the United States.” The Handbook of the Criminology of Terrorism. Edited by Gary LaFree and Joshua D. Freilich. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017. 295-309. Chapter summary.
Simi, Pete, Kathleen Blee, Matthew DeMichele, and Steven Windisch. “Addicted to Hate: Identity Residual among Former White Supremacists.” American Sociological Review 82.6 (Dec. 2017): 1167-1187. Abstract.
Smith, Evan. “The pivot of empire: Australia and the imperial fascism of the British Union of Fascists.” History Australia 14.3 (2017): 378-394. Mentions Action (weekly newspaper of the BUF); The Blackshirt (weekly newspaper of the BUF); British Fascisti (BF) (British fascist organisation of the 1920s); British Union of Fascists (BUF) (British fascist organisation, established in late 1932 by Mosley); British Union Quarterly (‘theoretical’ journal of the BUF); Eric Campbell (leader of the New Guard); the Canadian Union of Fascists; Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered; Fascist Quarterly (‘theoretical’ journal of the BUF); Major-General Fuller (ex-officer with a leadership position in the BUF); Henry J. Gibbs (BUF member and writer for The Blackshirt); Robert Gordon-Canning (writer for Action); A Greater Britain (Mosley); The Greater Britain (the BUF’s manifesto); the Imperial Fascist League; the Imperial Federation League; William Joyce (the BUF’s Director of Propaganda, later known as ‘Lord Haw-Haw’); Arnold Leese (leader of the Imperial Fascist League); Sir Oswald Mosley; Benito Mussolini; the New Guard (Australian fascist paramilitary movement); The New Road (Campbell); pro-imperialism; Raven Thomson (writer for Action); and Tomorrow We Live (Mosley). Full text.
Speed, Ewen, and Russell Mannion. “The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy.” International Journal of Health Policy and Management 6.5 (2017): 249-251. Full text.
Spierings, Niels, and Andrej Zaslove. “Gender, populist attitudes, and voting: explaining the gender gap in voting for populist radical right and populist radical left parties.” West European Politics 40.4 (2017): 821-847. Full text.
Spivack, Jameson. “ICTS, Globalization, and the Rise of Right-Wing Populism in the West: a Case for Complex Systems Analysis.” Georgetown Public Policy Review (Spring 2017). Full text.
Stefanelli, Alberto. “The Electoral Consolidation of the Five Star Movement.” Quaderni di scienza politica 3 (Dec. 2017): 381-406. Full text.
Stockemer, Daniel. “The success of radical right-wing parties in Western European regions – new challenging findings.” Journal of Contemporary European Studies 25.1 (2017): 41-56. Abstract.
Stocker, Paul. “The Mainstreaming of the Far Right after Brexit.” CFAPS Newsletter (Centre for Fascist, Anti-fascist and Post-fascist Studies, Teesside University) 4 (Summer 2017): 11-12. Full text.
Symposium: Gender and the radical right in comparative perspective. West European Politics 40 (2017). Contents: Silvia Erzeel & Ekaterina R. Rashkova, “Still men’s parties? Gender and the radical right in comparative perspective,” 812-820, abstract – Niels Spierings & Andrej Zaslove, “Gender, populist attitudes, and voting: explaining the gender gap in voting for populist radical right and populist radical left parties, 821-847,” full text – Ekaterina R. Rashkova & Emilia Zankina, “Are (populist) radical right parties Männerparteien? Evidence from Bulgaria,” 848-868, full text – Francesca Scrinzi, “Caring for the elderly in the family or in the nation? Gender, women and migrant care labour in the Lega Nord,” 869-886, full text – Kimberly J. Morgan, “Gender, right-wing populism, and immigrant integration policies in France, 1989-2012,” 887-906, abstract.
Tarquini, Federico Ettore Maria. “The Italian Far-Right Movement in the Digital Age: Media, Consumption and Imagery.” Net-Activism. How digital technologies have been changing individual and collective actions. A cura di Francesco Antonelli. Roma: Roma Tre-Press, 2017. 89-96. Full text and here and here and here.
Thorleifsson, Cathrine. “Disposable Strangers: far right securitisation of migration in Hungary.” Social Anthropology 25.3 (August 2017): 318-334. Abstract.
Toscano, Emanuele. “The Dark Side of Web-Activism: the Case of CasaPound Italia.” Net-Activism. How digital technologies have been changing individual and collective actions. A cura di Francesco Antonelli. Roma: Roma Tre-Press, 2017. 81-87. Full text and here and here and here.
Voogt, Stevie. “Countering far-right recruitment online: CAPE’s practitioner experience.” Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 12.1 (2017): 34-46. Abstract.
Wagner, Markus, and Thomas M. Meyer. “The Radical Right as Niche Parties? The Ideological Landscape of Party Systems in Western Europe, 1980–2014.” Political Studies 65.1S (2017): 84-107. Full text.
Williams, Thomas Chatterton. “The French Origins of ‘You Will Not Replace Us.'” The New Yorker, December 4, 2017. Mentions American Renaissance (virulently white-supremacist magazine); Arktos (the world’s largest distributor of far- and alt-right literature); Steve Bannon; Roland Barthes; Alain de Benoist; Bloc Identitaire; Patrick Boucheron (liberal historian); Breitbart (far right’s dominant media outlet under Bannon); Pascal Bruckner (center-right philosopher); Maxime Brunerie (right-wing French insurrectionary); William F. Buckley, Jr.; Jean-Yves Camus (scholar of the far right in France); Renaud Camus (coiner of the phrase le grand remplacement); President Jacques Chirac; Winston Churchill; Counter-Currents (a white-nationalist publishing house based in San Francisco); Charles de Gaulle; Aleksandr Dugin (crackpot Russian philosopher who promotes the ethnopluralist doctrine “Eurasianism”); Guillaume Faye (journalist and author of explicitly racist books); Alain Finkielkraut (conservative Jewish philosopher); Daniel Friberg (founder of Arktos); Allen Ginsberg; Raphaël Glucksmann (critic of the French far right); Antonio Gramsci (Italian Marxist writer); GRECE (Research and Study Group for European Civilization) (French far-right think tank); identitaire movement; identitarians; Islam; Islamic; Hervé le Bras (a director emeritus at the Institut National d’Études Démographiques); Marine Le Pen (staunchly anti-immigrant politician); Mark Lilla (Columbia historian and scholar of the mentality of European reactionaries); Bernard-Henri Lévy (French left philosopher); Emmanuel Macron (centrist liberal politician); Mme. Merkel; Stephen Miller (White House senior adviser); John Morgan (an editor of Counter-Currents); Muslim; Muslims; Jean-Luc Mélenchon (French far-left presidential candidate); Nouvelle Droite (New Right); Alain Peyrefitte (Charles de Gaulle’s confidant); Sasha Polakow-Suransky (liberal American writer); National Policy Institute (white-nationalist group run by Richard Spencer); Enoch Powell’s 1968 Rivers of Blood speech; Vladimir Putin (President of Russia); Carl Schmitt (Nazi theorist); Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Lauren Southern (Canadian alt-right Internet personality); Richard Spencer (white nationalist who is the public face of the American alt-right); Sweden Democrats (Swedish nationalist party and the country’s main opposition group); Jared Taylor (founder of American Renaissance); Telos (American journal of political theory); Donald Trump; Unité Radicale; Unite the Right; and Milo Yiannopoulos (alt-right prankster). Full text.
Wilson, Andrew Fergus. “The bitter end: apocalypse and conspiracy in white nationalist responses to the Islamic State attacks in Paris.” Patterns of Prejudice 51.5 (2017): 412-431. Abstract.
Wodak, Ruth, and Michal Krzyzanowski. “Right-wing populism in Europe & USA: Contesting politics & discourse beyond ‘Orbanism’ and ‘Trumpism.'” Journal of Language and Politics 16.4 (Jan. 2017): 471-484. Abstract and references.
Worth, Owen. “Globalisation and the ‘Far-right’ Turn in International Affairs.” Irish Studies in International Affairs 28 (2017): 19-28. Full text.
CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS
Bjørgo, Tore, and Ingvild Magnæs Gjelsvik. “Right-Wing Extremists and anti-Islam Activists in Norway: Constraints against Violence.” Norwegian Police University College and Center for Research on Extremism, The Extreme Right, Hate Crime and Political Violence (C-REX), University of Oslo, December 2017. C-REX Working Paper Series No. 3 / 2017. Full text.
Ferrera, Maurizio, Manos Matsaganis, and Pier Tortola. “Tackling the adverse effects of globalisation and integration: Ideas on a European Social Union.” Vision Europe Summit 2017 – Background paper. Carlo Alberto Notebooks (Turin) No. 506 (October 2017). Full text.
Kearns, Erin, Allison Betus, Anthony Lemieux. “Why Do Some Terrorist Attacks Receive More Media Attention Than Others?” 7 Mar 2017. Full text.
Meijers, Maurits J. “Radical Right and Radical Left Euroscepticism: A Dynamic Phenomenon.” Policy Paper N. 191, Jacques Delors Institute, 7 April 2017. Full text.
Perry, Barbara, David C. Hofmann, and Ryan Scrivens. “Broadening our Understanding of Anti-Authority Movements in Canada.” The Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society Working Paper Series, 2017. Full text.
Rodríguez Maeso, Silvia. “Europe and the narrative of the ‘true racist’: thinking anti-discrimination law through race.” COMBAT Working Paper #01. Coimbra, October 2017. Full text.
Simi, Pete, and Steven Windisch. Why Radicalization Fails: Barriers to Mass Casualty Terrorism. C-REX – Center for Research on Extremism, The Extreme Right, Hate Crime and Political Violence, June 2017. C-REX Working Paper Series No. 2 / 2017. Full text.
All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims. Submission from MEND: Muslim Engagement and Development, 1st June 2017. London: MEND, 2017. [MEND’s working definition of Islamophobia in section 2.1-2.2]. Full text.
Boros, Tamás, Dániel Bartha, René Cuperus, Gábor Gyori, Daniel Hegedüs, Gergely Laki, and Eszter Petronella Soós. The State of Populism in Europe 2017. With special focus on the populists in Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany and the Netherlands. FEPS, Policy Solutions, FES Budapest, 2017. Full text.
de Latour, Agata, Nina Perger, Ron Salaj, Claudio Tocchi and Paloma Viejo Otero. We Can! Taking Action against Hate Speech through Counter and Alternative Narratives. Edited and co-ordinated by Celina Del Felice and Menno Ettema. Final editing Rui Gomes. Revised edition. Council of Europe, 2017. Full text.
de Vries, Catherine E., and Isabell Hoffmann. Is Right the New Left? Right wing voters in France and in the EU and how they differ. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Stiftung, May 2017. eupionions #2017/2. Full text and here.
Enstad, Johannes Due. Antisemitic Violence in Europe, 2005-2015: Exposure and Perpetrators in France, UK, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Russia. Oslo: Center for Studies of the Holocaust and Religious Minorities and Center for Research on Extremism (C-REX), University of Oslo, 2017. Full text.
Funke, Manuel and Christoph Trebesch. “Financial Crises and the Populist Right.” ifo DICE Report 15.4 (December 2017): 06–09. Full text.
Jackson, Sam. Conspiracy Theories in the Patriot/Militia Movement. Program on Extremism, George Washington University, May 2017. Full text.
Juhász, Attila, Bulcsú Hunyadi, Eszter Galgóczi, Dániel Róna, Patrik Szicherle, and Edit Zgut. The Year of Rearrangement: The Populist Right and the Far-Right in Contemporary Hungary. Edited by Attila Juhász. Political Capital Policy Research and Consulting Institute, 2017. Full text.
Key concepts to understand violent White supremacy. START Research Brief, April 2017. Full text.
Lewis, Jeffrey, Belinda Lewis, Robin Cameron, Philip Pond, Sahar Ghumkhor, and Hussein Mohamud. Mediating Extremist Violence: A Report on the Role of Media, Far-Right Politics and Gender in Extremist Violence and Social Cohesion in Victoria. Final Report 2017. Centre for Global Research, RMIT University, 2017. Full text.
Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror. Third Edition. Montgomery, Alabama: Equal Justice Initiative, 2017. Full text.
Ministry of Diaspora Affairs. Report On: Antisemitism in 2016: Overview, Trends and Events. January 2017. Full text.
Murder and Extremism in the United States in 2017. An ADL Center on Extremism Report. 2017. Full text.
Nouri, Lella, Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, and M. Di-Cristofaro. Extreme Far Right Groups’ Use of Social Media: A Focus on Britain First and Reclaim Australia. Cyberterrorism Project Research Report (No. 7). Final Report, November 2017. Full text.
100 Days in Trump’s America: White Nationalists and Their Agenda Infiltrate the Mainstream. A Report by the Southern Poverty Law Center © 2017. Full text.
2016 National Clinic Violence Survey. Beverly Hills, CA, and Arlington, VA: Feminist Majority Foundation, February, 2017. Full text.
World inequality report 2018. Written and coordinated by Facundo Alvaredo, Lucas Chancel, Thomas Piketty, Emmanuel Saez, and Gabriel Zucman. World Inequality Lab, 2017. Full text.