The creation of new symbols and rituals to evoke belief in a higher cause are central to the concept, ‘political religion’, prevalent in fascism studies for at least two decades.
published in open Democracy by Paul Jackson on 29.07.2019
Professor Liisi Keedus’ chapter comparing Franz Rosenzweig’s and Mircea Eliade’s post-World War I approach to history has recently been published. The chapter is part of a collective volume edited by Marek Tamm and Laurent Olivier entitle Rethinking Historical Time: New approaches to Presentism.
Henry Mead recently published a chapter in Women, Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1890s-1920s: The Modernist Period. Henry’s article contains a discussion of Max Stirner’s radical individualist theory of history plus details on Emma Goldman’s and Benjamin Tucker’s anarchisms.
Roberta Albertini just published some didactic resources on Futurism as part of her contribution to the Between the Times project. They can be found in the following addresses:
The journal Past & Present recently published a set of articles on temporalities.
Terry Pinkard on the relevance of history and Hegel.
Published in Aeon on the 13th of June 2019.
The ‘Between the Times’ project workshop ‘Is there a European Intellectual History?’ took place on the 6th and 7th of July. During the two days we had 4 wonderful keynote talks by Balász Trencsényi, Giuseppe Bianco, Tim B. Müller, and Martin van Gelderen. In addition we also had the chance to listen to 10 wonderful talks by several younfer researchers, you can read their abstracts here.