Fascism: Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies
Goal and target group
Fascism is an internationally oriented English-language Open Access e-journal that seeks to provide the burgeoning international field of research into fascism and extremism with a forum that is not restricted by national borders, nor by expertise. It is directed towards a wide audience of interested fellow specialists, geared towards informing policy-makers and social workers, and to engage students. Fascism is peer reviewed.
Fascism will be published twice a year, in March and September. The first issue will be published in September 2011. Each issue will contain 4 to 5 articles and consists of approximately 125 pages.
Chief editor: Dr Madelon de Keizer (NIOD)
Consultant editor: Roger Griffin (Oxford Brookes University, UK)
Managing editor: Marjo Bakker (NIOD)
- Remieg Aerts
- Mark Antliff
- Emily Braun
- Stefan Breuer
- Francesco Cassata
- Nigel Copsey
- Bruno De Wever
- Ruth Ben-Ghiat
- Constantin Iordachi
- Aristotle Kallis
- Wim van Meurs
- Sven Reichardt
- Peter Romijn
- Marjan Schwegman
- Anton Shekhovtsov
- James Shields
- Zeev Sternhell
- Andreas Umland
Information for authors
Article, abstract and keywords
Each article is written in English, consists of approximately 8000 words and should include an abstract and keywords. Abstracts should be no more than 150 words, written in English, which clearly defines the article’s thesis. Keywords are a list of three to eight words that classify the article. Keywords can include names of historical actors, places, sources used, concepts, or any other term that would be useful in electronic searches for the article.
The copyright of the articles will stay with the author(s). Authors are recommend to use the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. With this license the licensor (the author(s)) ‘permits others to copy, distribute, display and perform the work, as well as make derivative works based on it’, except for commercial use.
The rights to the title of the journal will equally be shared by the NIOD and Brill.
The publisher deploys the online article submission system Editorial Manager (Aries Systems Corporation, USA). This system allows candidate authors to submit their article to the journal, and manages all subsequent steps like selection, peer review, adjustments and formal acceptance. The system reports on progress of each step of the article flow to the authors, the managing editor and the production editor. More information on how to submit your contribution will follow.
The Journal will be hosted at the publisher’s section on the platform of IngentaConnect and on the publisher’s branded version of that platform.