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Movements and Ideas of the Extreme Right in Europe

Positions and Continuities

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Edited By Nicola Kristin Karcher and Anders G. Kjostvedt

The term «extreme right», despite an agreed upon definition, continues to be in common usage, and is frequently employed in political discourse, in the media, and in academic debates. This volume presents a broad range of movements, political parties and persons, all of them representing positions and continuities within the framework of the extreme right in the space of a century. The contributions all bring new knowledge and perspectives, and give an insight into current research in a number of fields, ranging from the end of the First World War to the first decades of the 21st century.

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Kerstin Bornholdt (*1973) is Associate Professor at the University College Tele- mark, Norway. She studied Scandinavian studies, political science and German lit- erature in Kiel, Berlin and Bergen, receiving a PhD from the University of Oslo in 2011 (“Between Exhausting Sports and Swinging Rhythm. An Inquiry into Medical Knowledge Production about Women’s Sports and Women’s Gymnastics in Nor- way, Denmark and Germany in the Interwar Years”). Her recent publications in- clude “Erst der sporttreibende Mensch ist der hundertprozentige Mensch? Zur Aushandlung von Gesundheits- und Körperkonzepten im medizinischen Sportdis- kurs der Zwischenkriegszeit”, in Gesundheit/Krankheit. Kulturelle Differenzierungsprozes- se um Körper, Geschlecht und Macht in Skandinavien, eds. Lill Ann Körber and Stefanie von Schnurbein (Berlin: Nordeuropa-Institut/Berliner Beiträge zur Skandinavistik 16, 2010), and “‘Sportskvinne av i dag’ – Fra mellomkrigstidens debatt om kvinnekroppens foranderlighet”, Fortid 7/2010, 56-62. Gideon Botsch (*1970) works as a researcher at the Moses Mendelssohn Centre for European-Jewish Studies at the University of Potsdam and is the managing edi- tor of the Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geisteswissenschaften. He studied political science at the Free University Berlin, where he received his PhD in 2003 with a work on the History of Political Science and the Study of International Relations in Second World War Germany (published as Politische Wissenschaft im Einsatz. Die Deutschen Auslandswissenschaften 1940-1945, Paderborn: Schöningh, 2006). His recent publica- tions include Die extreme Rechte in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. 1949 bis heute (Darm- stadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2012); “From Skinhead-Subculture to Radical Right Movement: The development of a...

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