Interrogating the Past

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The Syllabus” reflects the suggestions of contributors from across the globe. Submissions were solicited via Twitter and Facebook, debated in internet fora, and selected to serve as a snapshot of the best of current and past scholarship. It is not meant to be definitive. Instead, it should serve as a foundation or guide for future study into the commonalities and differences between fascist, populist, and authoritarian movements and what they can tell us about present day concerns..

Digitized Collections” is a growing collection of digitized primary source materials on the topics of fascism, populism, and authoritarianism in both past and present contexts..

Sample Syllabi” is a collection of syllabi from educators who are utilizing the New Fascism Syllabus’ secondary and primary materials in their courses.