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May Day School 2015: Schedule/Urnik

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Schedule First day, 27th of April:

Second day, 28th of April:

Third day, 29th of April:

Fourth day, 30th of April:

 

Urnik: Prvi dan, 27. april:

Drugi dan, 28. april:

Tretji dan, 29. april:

Četrti dan, 30. april:

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Fascism and Liberalism (Dolinar, Hergouth)

Fascism of the 20th century is generally understood as a ruthless reaction to the liberal political and intellectual tradition, which is supposedly founded on generalised parliamentary democracy, inclusive political practices, the respect of human rights and strict legal equality. Allegedly, it is t...

The Class Structure of Fascism (Gluckstein, Rutar, Nikčević)

Marxists as well as (liberal and critical) sociologists usually explain fascism as purely the ideology and movement of the so-called “middle class”, i.e. the class of white-collar workers, state employees, small shopkeepers and petty entrepreneurs. Gramsci and Trotsky both referred to this middling...

The Far Right in Europe (Tsoneva, Pureber, Remic)

In recent years, the far right movements and parties have been on the rise in Europe. Their political success is most obvious in France, England Greece and Hungary. Those political projects are by no means completely alike; however, they all build their political presence on ideological presuppositi...

Fascism and Aesthetics (Khatib, Kreft, Slaček)

The aesthetic aspect of fascism must be conceptualized through a dividing line that, on the one hand, poses fascism as an aesthetics phenomenon, and on the other, looks at the aesthetic aspects of fascism as a broad social phenomenon. Fascist art and culture were often described as the mythical dark...

Fascism in Our Heads (Mendiževec/Barši, Andrič, Kaluža/Okorn)

In the imaginarium of contemporary political common sense, fascism is contextualised as the climax (or one of them) of the general political catastrophe of the early 20th century. But what exactly is the notion of fascism that this view implies? We could say that in this spontaneous theory, the stru...

Ishay Landa - Progress and Fascism: The Proof of the Pudding?

Can one speak of historical progress after Auschwitz? In this talk I wish to critically re-examine the recurrent notion – associated mainly with the Frankfurt School but finding many comparable formulations – that interwar European fascism demonstrates the illusory, or even pernicious, nature of pro...