Contents

In: Fascism

Volume 8, No. 1

Articles

  • Mussolini Predicted a Fascist Century: How Wrong Was He? Third Lecture on Fascism – Amsterdam – 22 March 2019 1
    • Roger Griffin
  • The Fascist Who Fought for World Peace: Conversions and Core Concepts in the Ideology of the Swedish Nazi Leader Sven Olov Lindholm 9
    • Johan Stenfeldt
  • Norwegian Fascism in a Transnational Perspective: The Influence of German National Socialism and Italian Fascism on the Nasjonal Samling, 1933–1936 36
    • Martin Kristoffer Hamre
  • CasaPound Italia: ‘Back to Believing. The Struggle Continues’ 61
    • Elisabetta Cassina Wolff
  • Wartime Nostalgia in Italy: Validating the Fatherland 89
    • Guy Lanoue

Conference Report

  • Comparative Fascist Studies and the Transnational Turn: First comfas Convention: Central European University (ceu), Budapest, 27–29 April 2018 109
    • Nick Warmuth

Book Reviews

  • Martina Bitunjac, Verwicklung. Beteiligung. Unrecht: Frauen und die Ustasa-Bewegung 115
    • Alexander Korb

Volume 8, No. 2

  • Special Issue: Fascist and National Socialist Antiquities and Materialities from the Interwar Era to the Present Day
    • Guest Editors Helen Roche, Flaminia Bartolini and Timothy J. Schmalz

Special Issue Articles

  • Editorial Introduction: Fascist and National Socialist Antiquities and Materialities from the Interwar Era to the Present Day 121
    • Helen Roche, Flaminia Bartolini and Timothy J. Schmalz
  • Mussolini’s ‘Third Rome’, Hitler’s Third Reich and the Allure of Antiquity: Classicizing Chronopolitics as a Remedy for Unstable National Identity? 127
    • Helen Roche
  • Viewing Rome in the Latin Literature of the Ventennio Fascista: Francesco Giammaria’s Capitolium Novum 153
    • Nicolò Bettegazzi, Han Lamers and Bettina Reitz-Joosse
  • Fascism, National Socialism, and the 1939 New York World’s Fair 179
    • James J. Fortuna
  • ‘Stones do not Speak for Themselves’: Disentangling Berlin’s Palimpsest 219
    • Clare Copley
  • Mare Nostrum: Italy and the Mediterranean of Ancient Rome in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries 250
    • Samuel Agbamu

Articles

  • Dreaming of a National Socialist World: The World Union of National Socialists (wuns) and the Recurring Vision of Transnational Neo-Nazism 275
    • Paul Jackson
  • Antebellum Palingenetic Ultranationalism: The Case for including the United States in Comparative Fascist Studies 307
    • Stefan Roel Reyes

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