Bibliography: 2019

Contents

Books
Dissertations and Theses
Articles in Journals and Collections
Conference Papers, Working Papers, and Preprints
Reports
Research Projects
Conference Programmes and Abstracts
Legislation and Proposed Legislation
Book Reviews
Film Reviews
Interviews
News Accounts
Blog Posts and Opinion Pieces
Timelines and Chronologies
Bibliographies
Software
Dictionaries, Glossaries, and Lexicons
Databases
Maps, Charts, and Infographics
Videos and Podcasts
BOOKS

Anti-fascism in the Nordic Countries: New Perspectives, Comparisons and Transnational Connections. Edited by Kasper Braskén, Nigel Copsey, and Johan A. Lundin. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019. Contents: Introduction / Kasper Braskén and Johan A. Lundin — Anti-fascism beyond the far left — 1. Anti-fascist discourses, practices and confrontations in 1930s Iceland / Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir and Pontus Järvstad — 2. Finnish liberals and anti-fascism, 1922-1932 / Jenni Karimäki — 3. An anti-fascist minority? Swedish-speaking Finnish responses to fascism / Matias Kaihovirta and Mats Wickström — 4. Conservative fascist sympathies and anti-fascism in 1930s Norway / Knut Dørum — Anti-fascist youth activism and militant resistance — 5. Three arrows against the swastika: militant social democracy and radical opposition to fascism in Denmark, 1932-1934 / Charlie E. Krautwald — 6. Social Democratic youth and anti-fascism in Sweden, 1929-1939 / Johan A. Lundin — 7. ‘Boycott the Nazi Flag’: the anti-fascism of the International of Seamen and Harbour Workers / Holger Weiss — Cultural fronts and anti-fascist intellectuals — 8. Anti-fascist race biology: Gunnar Dahlberg and the long farewell to the Nordic ‘master race’ / Martin Ericsson — 9. Finnish socialist intellectuals on fascism and anti-fascism in the 1930s / Tauno Saarela — 10. Intellectuals ready to fight: Scandinavian anti-fascist cultural fronts, 1935-1939 / Ole Martin Rønning — 11. Fighting for peace: the Workers’ Stage, the popular front, and aid for Spain in 1930s Finland / Mikko-Olavi Seppälä — 12. The last ‘Münzenberg empire’: the transnational networks of Die Zukunft in the Nordic countries, 1938–1940 / Bernhard H. Bayerlein — Post-war anti-fascisms — 13. Framing anti-fascism in the Cold War: the Socialist Youth International and Franco’s regime after the Second World War / Anders Dalsager — 14. Radical-right movement and countermovement in Denmark, 1985-present / Flemming Mikkelsen — 15. Challenging fascist spatial claims: the struggle over the 30 November marches in southern Sweden / Andrés Brink Pinto and Johan Pries — Afterword / Nigel Copsey.

Key Thinkers of the Radical Right: Behind the New Threat to Liberal Democracy. Edited by Mark Sedgwick. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. Contents: Introduction by Mark Sedgwick — Section I: Classic Thinkers — Chapter 1: Oswald Spengler and the Decline of the West, by David Engels — Chapter 2: Ernst Jünger and Storms of Steel, by Elliot Y. Neaman — Chapter 3: Carl Schmitt and the Concept of the Political, by Reinhard Mehring — Chapter 4: Julius Evola and Tradition, by H. Tomas Hakl — Section II: Modern Thinkers — Chapter 5: Alain de Benoist and the New Right, by Jean-Yves Camus — Chapter 6: Guillaume Faye and Identitarianism, by Stéphane François — Chapter 7: Paul Gottfried and Paleoconservatism, by Seth Bartee — Chapter 8: Patrick J. Buchanan and the Death of the West, by Edward Ashbee — Chapter 9: Jared Taylor and White Identity, by Russell Nieli — Chapter 10: Alexander Dugin and Eurasianism, by Marlene Laruelle — Chapter 11: Bat Ye’or and Eurabia, by Sindre Bangstad — Section III: Emergent Thinkers — Chapter 12: Mencius Moldbug and Neoraction, by Joshua Tait — Chapter 13: Greg Johnson and Counter-Currents, by Graham Macklin — Chapter 14: Richard B. Spencer and the Alt Right, by Tamir Bar-On — Chapter 15: Jack Donovan and Male Tribalism, by Matthew N. Lyons — Chapter 16: Daniel Friberg and Metropolitics, by Benjamin Teitelbaum — Notes — Bibliography — Index.

Right-Wing Politics and the Rise of Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1941. Edited By Frank Bajohr and Dieter Pohl. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2019. Contents: Frank Bajohr: German Antisemitism and its Influence in Europe. The Example of Alfred Rosenberg and the Nazi Foreign Policy Office after 1933 – Dieter Pohl: Right-Wing Politics and Antisemitism in Europe 1935-1940 – Ferenc Laczó: The Radicalization of Hungarian Antisemitism until 1941: On Indigenous Roots and Transnational Embeddedness – Susanne Heim: The Year 1938 and the International Reactions to the Forced Emigration of German Jews – Grzegorz Krzywiec: The Balance of Polish Political Antisemitism: Between “National Revolution,” Economic Crisis, and the Transformation of the Polish Public Sphere in the 1930s.

DISSERTATIONS AND THESES
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS AND COLLECTIONS

Budd, Brian. “The Populist Radical Right Goes Canadian: An Analysis of Kellie Leitch’s Failed 2016-2017 Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Campaign.” Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Edited by Frank A. Stengel, David B. MacDonald, and Dirk Nabers. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 137-163. Chapter abstract and references.

Burston, Adam, and France Winddance Twine. “White supremacy in the Trump era: University students and alt-right activism on college campuses.” The Intersections of Whiteness. Edited by Evangelia Kindinger and Mark Schmitt. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, and New York: Routledge, 2019.

Charalambous, Giorgos, and Panos Christoforou. “Far-Right Extremism and Populist Rhetoric: Greece and Cyprus during an Era of Crisis.” South European Society and Politics, Published online: 15 Jan 2019. Abstract and funding.

Chaudhry, Irfan, and Anatoliy Gruzd. “Expressing and Challenging Racist Discourse on Facebook: How Social Media Weaken the ‘Spiral of Silence’ Theory.” Policy & Internet, First published: 7 January 2019. An analysis of 51,991 public comments posted to 119 news stories about race, racism, or ethnicity on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News Facebook page. Abstract.

D’Alimonte, Roberto. “How the Populists won in Italy.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 114-127. On the nature of the Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega (formerly the Northern League) and the reasons behind their electoral success. Full text.

Evans, Geoffrey, and Jonathan Mellon. “Immigration, Euroscepticism, and the rise and fall of UKIP.” Party Politics 25.1 (January 2019): 76-87. Abstract.

Gartenstein-Ross, Daveed, and Madeleine Blackman. “Fluidity of the Fringes: Prior Extremist Involvement as a Radicalization Pathway.”  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Published online: 7 Jan. 2019. On the existence of fringe fluidity between neo-Nazism and militant Islamism. Abstract.

Hansen, Michael A., and Jonathan Olsen. “Flesh of the Same Flesh: A Study of Voters for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the 2017 Federal Election.” German Politics 28.1 (2019): 1-19. Abstract.

Hunter, Wendy, and Timothy J. Power. “Bolsonaro and Brazil’s Illiberal Backlash.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 68-82. Full text.

Hutchings, Paul B., and Katie E. Sullivan. “Prejudice and the Brexit vote: a tangled web.” Palgrave Communications Volume 5, Article number: 5 (2019). Full text.

Ince, Anthony. “Fragments of an anti-fascist geography: Interrogating racism, nationalism, and state power.” Geography Compass, First published: 21 January 2019. Full text.

Lewandowsky, Marcel, Jasmin Siri, and Nicole Loew. “The Man That Wasn’t There: Exploring the Subcutaneous Manifestations of Party-Based Radical Right Populism.” SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2 (Jan. 2019). On the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the first 2 years of its existence (2013-2014). Abstract.

Macklin, Graham. “The Evolution of Extreme-Right Terrorism and Efforts to Counter It in the United Kingdom.” CTC Sentinel (Combating Terrorism Center, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY) 12.1 (January 2019): 15-20. Full text.

Michalski, Joseph H. “Terrorism and lethal moralism in the United States and United Kingdom, 1970-2017.” The British Journal of Sociology, First published: 4 January 2019. On terrorism as a special form of moralistic violence. Abstract.

Pirro, Andrea L. P. “Ballots and barricades enhanced: far-right ‘movement parties’ and movement-electoral interactions.” Nations and Nationalism, First published: 17 January 2019. Abstract.

Plattner, Marc F. “Illiberal Democracy and the Struggle on the Right.” Journal of Democracy 30.1 (January 2019): 5-19. Full text.

Ray, Argha, and Joey F. George. “Online Disinformation and the Psychological Bases of Prejudice and Political Conservatism.” Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (2019): 2742-2752. Full text.

Shenk, Timothy. “Right Privilege: Conservatism in the Age of Trump.” Dissent 66.1 (Winter 2019): 104-117. Abstract and first page.

Squire, Megan. “Which way to the wheat field? Women of the radical right on Facebook.” Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2019 (2019): 2244-2253. Full text.

Strachan, John. “Wordsworth among the Fascists.” Essays in Criticism 69.1 (January 2019): 37-50. On Britishness as a fascist word of praise and the nationalistic spirit of the canon of English literature. Mentions Action (fascist journal); The Alternative (Mosley’s post-war manifesto); Charles Dillon Artis (Action contributor); John Beckett (editor of Action); Blackshirt (one of the British Union of Fascists’ house newspapers); the British Union of Fascists (BUF); Guy Chesham; Dudley Montayne Evans (a member of the British Union of Fascists); E. D. Hart (BUF stalwart who contributed to Action, Blackshirt, and Fascist Quarterly); Adolf Hitler; Jorian Jenks (fascist environmentalist); William Joyce (“Lord Haw Haw,” executed for his treasonous broadcasts from Nazi Germany); Sir Oswald Mosley; Ezra Pound; “J.V.R.” (a Blackshirt contributor; possibly Joseph Victor Anthony Ruston); Spring Comes Again (Jenks); Tomorrow We Live (Mosley); and Selwyn Watson (one of the BUF’s resident musical experts). Abstract.

Weinrib, Laura. “Against Intolerance: the Red Scare Roots of Legal Liberalism.” The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Published online: 3 January 2019. Abstract.

CONFERENCE PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, AND PREPRINTS

Gessler, Theresa, Gergő Tóth, and Johannes Wachs. “No country for asylum seekers? How short-term exposure to refugees influences attitudes and voting behavior in Hungary.” January 2019. Full text.

Klein, Brent R, Jeff Gruenenwald, Steven M Chermak, and Joshua D Freilich. “A Mixed Method Examination of Law Enforcement Investigatory Strategies used in Jihadi and Far-right Foiled Terrorist Plots before and after 9/11.” Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, forthcoming, 2019. Full text.

Rheindorf, Markus, and Ruth Wodak. “‘Austria First’ Revisited: A diachronic cross-sectional analysis of the gender and body politics of the extreme right.” Patterns of Prejudice, forthcoming, 2019. Full text.

REPORTS
RESEARCH PROJECTS
CONFERENCE PROGRAMMES AND ABSTRACTS
LEGISLATION AND PROPOSED LEGISLATION
BOOK REVIEWS

Aziz, Omer. “America Through the Eyes of the Nazis.” Review of Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law, by James Q. Whitman. Dissent 66.1 (Winter 2019): 128-132. Abstract and first page.

Bale, Jeffrey M. “From white power to the preservation of national cultures?” Reviews of Ryan Shaffer, Music, Youth and International Links in Post-War British Fascism: The Transformation of Extremism and Benjamin R. Teitelbaum, Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Radical Nordic Nationalism. Patterns of Prejudice, Published online: 11 Jan. 2019. First page.

de Candia, Margherita. [Review of] Federico Finchelstein, From Fascism to Populism in History. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 17-18. Full text.

Hagen, Joshua. [Review of] Michael Tymkiw, Nazi Exhibition Design and Modernism. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 170-172. First page.

Hunger, Sophia. [Review of] Koen Vossen, The Power of Populism: Geert Wilders and the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 19-21. Full text.

McDonough, Terry. [Review of] John Richardson, British Fascism: A Discourse-Historical Analysis. Discourse & Society, First Published January 1, 2019. First page.

Mirowski, Philip. “The Eighteenth Brumaire of James Buchanan: Review of Nancy MacLean, Democracy in Chains.” boundary 2 46.1 (2019): 197-219. Abstract.

Pope, Paul James. [Review of] Making Sense of the Alt-Right, by George Hawley. Political Science Quarterly 133.4 (Winter 2018-19): 786-787. Excerpt.

Puleo, Leonardo. [Review of] Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe: Into the Mainstream? Edited by Tjitske Akkerman, Sarah L. de Lange, and Matthijs Rooduijn. e-Extreme 20.1 (January 2019): 14-16. Full text.

Stibbe, Matthew. [Review of] Shelley Baranowski, Armin Nolzen and Claus-Christian W. Szejnmann, eds, A Companion to Nazi Germany. European History Quarterly 49.1 (January 2019): 108-110. First page.

Waite, Mike. “When ‘extremists’ come to your city … ” Review of William Allchorn, Anti-Islamic Protest in the UK: policy responses to the far-right. Process North (January 2019). Full text.

FILM REVIEWS
INTERVIEWS
NEWS ACCOUNTS

Parmenter, Tom. “‘Frenzy of hatred’: The dramatic rise of far-right extremists.” Sky News, 8 January 2019. In part, on airport monitoring under “Schedule 7” legislation. Full text.

Taher, Abul. “Exposed: British racists behind vile secretive neo-Nazi radio station that the Government cannot shut down.” Daily Mail, 19 January 2019. Mentions Jeremy Bedford-Turner (Jez Turner) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of London Forum); Daily Stormer.(racist US website); Alex Davies (head of National Action); David Duke (former Ku Klux Klan head in the US); London Forum (far-right group); Sven Longshanks (Steve Stone) (anti-Semitic neo-Nazi founder of Radio Aryan); Thomas Mair (right-wing fanatic and killer of Labour MP Jo Cox); National Action (neo-Nazi terrorist group, outlawed in Britain in 2016); Laurence Nunn (Max Musson) (contributor to Radio Aryan and leader of Western Spring); Radio Aryan (neo-Nazi internet radio station; as such, not licensed by Ofcom or subject to broadcasting rules); Western Spring (far-right group which allegedly operates military-style training camps for neo-Nazis). Full text.

BLOG POSTS AND OPINION PIECES

Aguilera-Carnerero, Carmen. “Is a New Style of Politics Coming to Spain?” Fair Observer, January 11, 2019. On the Spanish far-right party Vox. Full text and here.

Barber, Tony. “Vox deal shows Spain is not immune to the far-right.” Financial Times, 17 January 2019. Full text.

Betz, Hans-Georg. “A Populist’s Path: From Advocate of the People to Inspiration for the KKK.” Fair Observer, January 17, 2019. Full text and here.

Boccato, Angelo. “Italy’s far-right movement has never been stronger – this year’s European elections will prove that.” The Independent, 20 January 2019. On Matteo Salvini’s League and Luigi Di Maio’s Five Star Movement. Full text.

Downes, James F. “Why Is the Far Right Losing Voters in Belgium?” Fair Observer, January 22, 2019. Full text.

Farber, Bernie M., and Evan Balgord. “Ottawa must go further in fighting right-wing extremism.” The Star (Toronto), Jan. 21, 2019. Full text.

“Fascist Forge: A New Forum for Hate.” ADL Blog (Anti-Defamation League), January 15, 2019. Mentions Atomwaffen (violent U.S. white supremacist group); The Base (extreme white supremacist group); Anders Breivik (Norwegian white supremacist who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011); “Fascism 101” (10-part video series by Alexander Slavros); Fascist Forge (white supremacist online forum, founded by “Mathias” and launched in May 2018); Iron March (defunct fascist social networking platform, founded by Alexander Slavros); Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler); David Lane (a member of The Order); Alisher Mukhitdinov, aka Alexander Slavros (Russian nationalist and founder of Iron March); The Order (white supremacist terrorist group); race war; Siege (James Mason); Sonnenkrieg Division (extreme white supremacist group); survivalism; and White Power (George Lincoln Rockwell). Full text.

Givens, Terri. “Racism Is A Core Component Of The Radical Right.” Rantt, January 17, 2019. Full text.

Hall, Ben, and Ralph Atkins. “Sebastian Kurz: saviour of Europe’s mainstream or friend of the far-right?” Financial Times, January 5, 2019. Full text.

Hutchinson, Jade. “The Rise Of Radical Right Extremism In Trump’s America.” Rantt, January 10, 2019. Full text and here.

Johnson, Bethan. “Tracking German Neo-Nazism Through Music.” Fair Observer, January 3, 2019. Full text and here.

Lorimer, Marta. “Pro-Europe and anti-EU? Reviewing the far right’s view of Europe.” Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Blog, January 14, 2019. Full text and here.

Machnikowski, Ryszard, and Arkadiusz Legieć. “Extremism in Poland.” European Eye on Radicalization, January 14, 2019. In part, on Polish far-right organizations, including Falanga, the Great Poland Camp, the National Radical Camp (ONR), and “Pride and Modernity.” Full text.

Miller-Idriss, Cynthia. “Selling extremism: Nationalist streetwear and the rise of the far right.” CNN Style, 10 January 2019. Full textExcerpt.

Mudde, Cas. “Will the radical right consolidate power in the heart of the EU this year?” The Guardian, 11 Jan. 2019. Full text.

Plattner, Georg. “Back with a vengeance? One year with the radical right in government in Austria.” openDemocracy, 17 January 2019. Full text.

Ross, Alexander Reid. “Apocalypse in America: The Smell of Fascism in the pro-Trump QAnon Conspiracy.” Haaretz, Jan. 7, 2019. Full text.

Sunshine, Spencer. “Alt Right and Far Right Mobilization in 2018: A Timeline.” Political Research Associates, Jan. 2019. Full text.

Valentim, Vicente. “How the electoral success of radical right parties normalises public expressions of support for them.” LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog, January 22, 2019. Full text.

Veilleux-Lepage, Yannick. “Is There A Radical Right Racism Problem In The Canadian Armed Forces?” Rantt, January 5, 2019. Full text and here.

Vidgen, Bertie, and Taha Yasseri. “How we built a tool that detects the strength of Islamophobic hate speech on Twitter.” The Conversation, January 2, 2019. On the use of a supervised machine learning classifier to detect weak and strong Islamophobic hate speech in 45 far-right Twitter accounts. Full text.

Ward, Justin. “Race war preppers. Inside the private chats of The Base, a Neo-Nazi survivalist network gearing up for racial armageddon.” Medium, Jan. 7, 2019. Mentions accelerationism (the hastening of events so as to drive radicalization and insurrection and lead to collapse of the “System”); all-white ethnostate in the Pacific Northwest; the alt-right; Atomwaffen Division; the Base (a nascent white separatist network, launched in June 2018); Robert Bowers (Pittsburgh synagogue shooter); The Brigade (2007 novel by Harold Covington); Richard Butler (Aryan Nations leader); Harold Covington (Northwest Front leader and author of neo-Nazi speculative fiction); Gab (alt-right Twitter alternative); “Guerrilla Warfare Theory” (Norman Spear’s series of short videos laying out his grand strategy); Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber); “Lone Wolf Radio” (podcast hosted by Chris White); James Mason (militant Neo-Nazi propagandist); Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City bomber); National Socialist Liberation Front (group with a decentralized model of leaderless resistance); the Northwest Front; the Northwest Territorial Imperative (or “the Butler Plan”) (the dream of a white nationalist “homeland” in the Pacific Northwest); Oklahoma City Bombing; The Order (Neo-Nazi terrorist group); race war; Norman Spear (alias of the founder and de facto leader of the Base); the “System” (a/k/a the “Zionist Occupation Government,” or ZOG); Traditionalist Workers Party; the Tree of Life synagogue massacre (Oct. 27, 2018); the Unite the Right rally; Chris White (radio host and British sympathizer of the white separatist group the Northwest Front); “white genocide.” Full text.

Woods, Mike. “The vested interests of the UK’s Yellow Vests.” RFI, 9 January 2019. On “Yellow Vests UK” demonstrator and Tommy Robinson supporter James Goddard and the “Yellow Vests UK” members’ alleged current or past links with far-right groups including the English Defence League, Britain First, and the anti-Islam Pegida movement. Full text and audio interview with Chris Allen.

TIMELINES AND CHRONOLOGIES
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
SOFTWARE
DICTIONARIES, GLOSSARIES, AND LEXICONS
DATABASES

Döring, Holger, and Sven Regel. Party Facts: A database of political parties worldwide. Database.

MAPS, CHARTS, AND INFOGRAPHICS

“Map of White Supremacist Flyering in the U.S.” Southern Poverty Law Center, Jan. 2019.  Map.

VIDEOS AND PODCASTS