The CARR Organisation research unit (ORU) is configured as a research seminar concentrating on three research strands: (1) party political organisation, (2) movement organisation, and (3) network organisation. Taken together, these strands circumscribe the universe of organised far-right socio-politics. Among the members of the ORU, a diversity of epistemological and methodological perspectives are represented, including quantitative, qualitative/case-based, and ethnographic methodological focuses. The ORU convenes monthly seminars to provide members the opportunity share research, collaborate on projects, and provide information on upcoming events.
ORU News & Activities
The ORU produced a 2020 Year in Review report that highlights and analyses some of the most important topics from the past year of organised far-right activity. The report is available at https://www.radicalrightanalysis.com/2020/12/14/organisation-research-unit-year-in-review-report/.
March 2021: Anna Duensing on ‘”Nazi Fifth Column USA”: The Anti-Nazi League Takes on the Jim Crow South’
February 2021: Ofra Klein on ‘The role of technological opportunities in far-right mobilization’
January 2021: Dr. William Allchorn on ‘The (Democratic) Football Lads Alliance: a Proto-fascist Street Movement?‘
November 2020: Alexander Reid Ross on ‘Modelling Political Violence Hazards in the U.S.‘
October 2020: Blyth Crawford on ‘Memetic Irony & the Promotion of Violence in Chan Culture‘
September 2020: Michael Zeller on ‘The Demobilisation of Far-right Demonstration Campaigns‘
August 2020: Sabine Volk on ‘PEGIDA, protest ritual, and ethnographic study of the far right‘