Paul Jackson is Senior Lecturer in History, University of Northampton, and a research specialist in the cultural dynamics of contemporary British, American and European extreme right groups. His most recent book, Colin Jordan and Britain’s neo-Nazi movement: Hitler’s Echo (Bloomsbury, 2017) explores the development of British radical right extremism from the 1940s to the 2000s.
Published in: Countering the Radical RightTotalitarianism in the twentieth century and beyond
A key under-studied area for analysis is how contemporary extreme right movements can also be seen as totalitarian....
Published in: Countering the Radical RightPolitical religions and fascism
The creation of new symbols and rituals to evoke belief in a higher cause are central to the concept, ‘political...
Published in: HomeCultic milieus and the extreme right
As a concept for framing how elements of the extreme right give their activism a sense of profound significance, the...