Call for Contributors: Primary/Secondary Sources for The New Fascism Syllabus

The following announcement was reposted from H-NET’s Academic Announcements forum.


The New Fascism Syllabus‘ curators are looking for contributions by scholars of fascism, populism, and authoritarianism for the project’s next, and final, phase of development. Currently, the syllabus’ website is broken up into two sections: 1. “Interrogating the Past,” which features both a syllabus containing films, memoirs, books and articles on many varieties of right-wing authoritarianism and a collection of links to digitized primary source collections on fascism, populism, and authoritarianism and 2. “Interrogating the Present,” which is a collection of recent articles by historians and other publicly-engaged intellectuals on the resurgence of fascism, populism, and authoritarianism both in the United States and around the world.

Any scholars interested in sharing their bibliographies and, most importantly, links to any digitized primary source collections pertaining to the project’s central topics and themes are encouraged to either join our private Facebook group ( or contact our editors directly (

Submissions will be accepted until February 25, 2018.