In response to the growth and spread of neo-fascisms and -authoritarianisms in North America, Europe, and beyond during the preceding decades, many scholars have begun incorporating the various secondary and primary source materials made available via the New Fascism Syllabus‘ website into their History classrooms. From time to time, those scholars’ students have produced particularly insightful essays pertaining to the history of fascism and/or authoritarianism. In highlighting these student achievements, we will be featuring a select number of these essays here in our ongoing “(Under)Graduate Perspectives” series.
The New Fascism Syllabus‘ “(Under)Graduate Perspectives” series is being coordinated and edited by Jennifer Evans, Brian J Griffith, and Sophie Wunderlich. If you would like to have one of your students’ essays featured in this series, please get in touch with our weblog editors via our “Contact” section.