by Shane Burley

David Renton


We need to get away from the idea that any method is guaranteed for success or guaranteed for failure. The methods work, or fail, in a much more context-specific way.

Populism – Benjamin Moffitt


Since newsrooms around the country are churning out think pieces about populism in an accelerating news cycle, we need the work of scholars like Moffitt to help establish a baseline for how to understand these phenomena.

Antifa Academics


With the matched rise of the far-right and mass antifascism, there has been a critical need for scholarship that helps create a vital living history. A number of academics, journals, and publishers have started to take this seriously.

A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo Bolshevism – Paul Hanebrick


The idea that communism is a Jewish plot for control, or a thoroughly Judaized ideology, is such a deep part of 20th and 21st Century antisemitism that it feels almost redundant to discuss it.

The Lion’s Den: Zionism and the Left from Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky – Susie Linfield


A complicated and well written polemic about the fractious way the Left has dealt with Israel.

No Fascist USA! – Hilary Moore and James Tracy


Their enduring legacy may be that white supremacy never stops with the neo-Nazis, even if you choose to start fighting it there.

How White Racists Dream: Metapolitics and Fascist Publishing


To understand these publishers, these people, is to understand how white nationalism functions.