‘Fascism and the International’ is a collaborative project which brings together scholars, artists and activists across the fields of law, history, sound studies, visual art, history of art, music, international relations, postcolonial studies, sociology, anthropology, political theory, geography, feminist studies, queer theory, critical race theory and beyond. 

All of its participants are working, in different ways, to make sense of the recent and rapid re-centering of self-consciously fascist discourse, imagery and practice; to explore the connection of neo/fascism to the formal division of the world, over the course of five centuries, into an assemblage of individuals, companies, nation-states and commodities; and to develop new, more powerful modes of critique and strategies of resistance.