2010, Vol. 37, no. 2-3, Fascism in East Central and South Eastern Europe: A Reappraisal

Thematic issue

Edited by Constantin Iordachi

Table of contents


  • Constantin Iordachi
    Fascism in East Central and Southeastern Europe: Toward a New Transnational Research Agenda 


  • Arnd Bauerkämper
    Transnational Fascism: Cross-Border Relations between Regimes and Movements in Europe, 1922-1939 
  • Béla Bodó
    Iván Héjjas: The Life of a Counterrevolutionary 
  • James Frusetta
    Fascism to Complete the National Project? Bulgarian Fascists’ Uncertain Views on the Palingenesis of the Nation
  • Aristotle Kallis
    Neither Fascist nor Authoritarian: The 4th of August Regime in Greece (1936-1941) and the Dynamics of Fascistisation in 1930s Europe


  • Constantin Iordachi
    Fascism in East Central and Southeastern Europe: Mainstream Fascism or ‘Mutant’ Phenomenon?
  • Philip Morgan
    Studying Fascism from the Particular to the General
  • Roger Griffin
    Uniqueness and Family Resemblances in Generic Fascism
  • Andreas Umland
    Is there a Post-Soviet Fascism? A Brief Deliberation on the Cross-Cultural and Inter-Epochal Study of Right-Wing Extremism in the Post-Cold War Era
  • John-Paul Himka
    The Importance of the Situational Element in East Central European Fascism
  • Mark Biondich
    The Need for a More Rigorous Historiography of Fascism
  • Stein Ugelvik Larsen
    De-Linking as an Explanation of International Fascism
  • Armin Heinen
    Die Notwendigkeit einer gesamteuropäischen Perspektive auf den südosteuropäischen Faschismus


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