Roland Clark is a Senior Fellow at CARR, and a Lecturer in History at the University of Liverpool. He is a specialist in the history of fascism in interwar Romania. He also writes about anti-communist resistance movements; gulags in Communist Romania; theology and nationalism; lived religion; visionaries; sectarianism; and the history of the Romanian Orthodox Church. See his profile here.
Published in: Countering the Radical Right: AnalysisWhat happens when governments deny racism exists?
A recent government report concluded that the UK does not have a problem with racism. But history shows us the...
Is fascism returning to Romania?
A new Romanian radical right party is resurrecting Romania’s interwar fascism.
What are we talking about when we talk about white men?
We need to be undoing the ideologies that make whiteness and masculinity toxic for us all.
Romania’s history wars: on the sufferings of fascist saints
How do memories about fascism and communism shape Romanian identity and party politics?
Why the radical right love their intellectuals
There is much we can learn from the 1920’s and 1930’s. For example, it was not only his ideas that made Nae Ionescu...
Published in: openDemocracyUKHow Scousers see off the fascists
Recent successful efforts to repel fascist groups draw on a long history of antifascist mobilisation in Liverpool.