Fascism’s Global Moments: New Perspectives on Entanglements and Tensions between Fascist Regimes in the 1930s and 1940s

Date/Time
Tuesday
2 Apr 2019
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Location
201 Moses Hall

Event Type
Non-CSTMS Event

Sven Reichard
Professor of History and Sociology, University of Konstanz, Germany

In his talk, Professor Reichardt will discuss how a global perspective can help us understand the nature of different fascist empires and the general character of fascism up to the end of World War II. He will focus on cooperation as well as competition between different fascist regimes, especially with regard to their imperial and colonial aspirations during the 1930s and 1940s. While a transfer of ideas as well as economic and military cooperation define the global character of fascism, Reichardt contends, the rivalries between different fascist regimes are an important factor in explaining their radicalization. See more here.

This event is sponsored by: Institute of European Studies

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