April 17, 2012
CfP Journal: Fascism in Eastern Europe, "Fascism: Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies"
Deadline: May 15, 2012
For the October 2012 issue 'Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies' seeks articles about and from Eastern Europe. Since the fall of communism a new and rich literature on present and past fascism in Eastern Europe has emerged. Fascism feels that these studies deserve a more prominent place in the community studying generic fascism. We're looking for contributions on inter-war and war-time fascism and post-war neo-fascism.
- the relation between fascist movements and the national political establishment
- modernist utopianism in fascist thinking
- social and regional composition of fascist constituencies
- patterns in the causal aspects/genesis of various fascisms in political, economic, social, historical, and psychological factors
- their expression in art, culture, ritual and propaganda
- elements of continuity between interwar and postwar fascisms
- fascisms in relation to national and cultural crisis, revolution, modernity/modernism, political religion, totalitarianism, capitalism, communism, extremism, charismatic dictatorship, patriarchy, terrorism, fundamentalism
- other phenomena related to the rise of political and social extremism
SUBMISSION DEADLINE for the second issue in October 2012 is May 15th, 2012.
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS can be found in the 'Instructions for Authors' at the Fascism website: http://www.brill.nl/fascism. Each article should be submitted online, is written in English, consists of a maximum of 8500 words and includes an abstract and keywords.
'Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies' is a peer reviewed open access e-journal, published twice a year in April and October by Brill and NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). Fascism seeks to provide the burgeoning international field of research into fascism and extremism with a forum that is not restricted by national borders, nor by expertise. It is directed towards a wide audience of interested fellow specialists, geared towards informing policy-makers and social workers, and to engage students.
Fascism is a full Open Access journal, which means that all articles are freely available, ensuring maximum, worldwide dissemination of content, in exchange for an article processing fee.
Authors of excellent articles are discharged from paying the article processing fee.
Posted by juliahla at April 17, 2012 02:01 PM