HIST2217 – The Global Far-Right Since 1945: Politics, Culture and Violence — Northeastern University

Explores the emergence of far-right activism globally since the end of World War II. Emphasizes how radical far-right ideology developed and shifted over the course of the last 75 years by focusing on how it globalized through written culture, music, and the internet. Examines a number of case studies in which far-right cultures developed and then spread, which include South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Russia, as well as related movements such as radical Hindu nationalism in India and Buddhist Nationalism in Myanmar. Explores each case study in terms of culture, politics, and ideologies of violence.