Introduction: the afterlives of the ‘new consensus’ - Constantin
Iordachi & Aristotle Kallis
Part 1: Conceptual Re-orientationsTotalitarianism and Palingenesis in Roger Griffin’s Interpretation of Fascism - David D RobertsTitle TBC - Emilio GentileGlobal Fascism - Sven ReichardtThe Co-production of Science and Fascism: A ‘Griffinian’ approach - Francesco CassataFrom 'Generic' to 'Real-Existing' Fascism: Toward a New Agenda in Transnational Fascist Studies - Constantin IordachiThe ‘rooting’ of fascism: international diffusion and hybrid adaptation as successful ‘localisation’ - Aristotle Kallis
Part 2: From the Generic to the LocalOltremare and Oltretempo: The Chronopolitics of the Mare Nostrum - Fernando EspositoApproaching ‘Generic Fascism’ from the Margins: the International Recognition of ‘National Regeneration’ by Interwar Fascists in Romania - Raul CarstoceaFrancoist Spain, a case for the transnational study of Fascism - Mercedes PeñalbaCzech fascism reconsidered - Jakub DrabikLatin American Dictatorships in the Era of Fascism: A transnational approach - António Costa Pinto
Part 3: From Fascism to Neo-fascismNeo-Nazism and the Boundless Reinvention of National Socialism - Paul JacksonNeo-fascism: A footnote to the fascist Epoch? - Nigel Copsey
Conclusions - Constantin Iordachi & Aristotle Kallis
Constantin Iordachi is a Professor of History at Central European University, Hungary, and President of the International Association for Comparative Fascist Studies. He has published widely on comparative history in Central and Southeastern Europe, mostly on citizenship, the history of fascism, and comparative studies of communism.
Aristotle Kallis is a Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at Keele University, UK. He has published extensively in the fields of generic and comparative/transnational fascism, with a focus on ideology, violence, architecture and urban planning, and propaganda.