Anthropology of Fascisms
- Ingo W. Schröder, (University of Marburg), ingo.schroeder(at)staff.uni-marburg.de
- Sabine Teryngel, University of Marburg, sabineter(at)web.de
- Maddalena Gretel Cammelli, University of Turin, maddalenagretel.cammelli(at)unito.it
ANTHROFA situates research on fascisms in the realms of specific historical trajectories, everyday life, social relations, cultural expressions as well as institutionalized formal and informal politics. The network serves as a platform for exchange, communication, and mutual support amongst anthropologists of fascisms, the far right, and respective counter-movements. Network activities will contribute to the production of knowledge on actors, movements, practices, ideologies and subjectivities, as well as reflect on methodology, theory and ethics.
Besides elaborating political anthropology's specific contribution to debates on fascism, the network aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and cooperation and stimulate debate on ways how to address (neo-) fascisms anthropologically from anti-fascist perspectives.
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