Racism, Antisemitism and the Radical Right - Panel 1: Border Crossings

Monday, July 10, 2017

The goal of this conference is to map various domestic and foreign iterations of the current far-right, racist, and/or antisemitic ethos, to explore their ideologies and ideas, to consider the features they share in common, as well as their divergences and tensions.

Chair: Matthew Frye Jacobson, Yale University

Anton Shekhovtsov, Institute for Human Sciences, Austria - The Far-Right Front of Russian Active Measures in the West

Daniel Hummel, University of Wisconsin-Madison - Reconciliation or Realpolitik? The Alliance between the American and Israeli Right

Geoff Eley, University of Michigan - Anxiety about Borders: Refugees, Migrancy, and the Radical-Nationalist Imaginary