关于美国法西斯主义的热点系列公开提交

墨菲牧场的废墟,是1930年代由反犹太的白人至上主义的美国银团成员在洛杉矶建造的。它将成为全球法西斯运动领袖的避难所。图片由Oeoi2019年1月13日,根据4.0 CC冲锋队

“每个时代都有自己的法西斯主义,”普里莫·列维(Primo Levi)在他的著名文章《我们认为永远不会回到的过去》(A Past We Thought Never Return)中写道。”“And we see the warning signs wherever the concentration of power denies citizens the possibility and the means of expressing and acting on their own free will.” Images of terrorists storming the Capitol of the United States may come to mind. But if the January 6 attack on the Capitol represents the return of fascism, was it here before? Where has it been? What forms does it take? Should we speak of fascism when we are describing an uprising, or a movement driven by white supremacists, Confederate apologists, economic populists, religious zealots, activist industrialists and financiers, and political demagogues? Is fascism an appropriate category to understand this moment, or does it speak of a past that has been worked through, a past we have moved beyond? What insights into American fascism are available through comparative study? At this critical time, we believe that anthropologists have much to contribute to this discussion. We ask you to share your thoughts with us, from various vantage points, for consideration for a special collection to be published in热点。我们欢迎符合编辑论坛指南1000字和最少引用的文章。请将查询和论文发送到(电子邮件保护)到2021年2月5日。