Fascism Without Fascists? A Comparative Look at Hindutva and Zionism

@article{Sen2015FascismWF,
  title={Fascism Without Fascists? A Comparative Look at Hindutva and Zionism},
  author={Satadru Sen},
  journal={South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={690 - 711}
}
  • S. Sen
  • Published 2 October 2015
  • Sociology
  • South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies
This essay examines some aspects of Hindutva and Zionism, taking a comparative approach that underlines the ubiquity—i.e. the comparability—of fascisms in the articulation of modernity. It focuses on the imaginary of race, place and peoplehood in each ideology, the roles of majorities and minorities in the formulation of national well-being, and possible exit strategies from violently exclusivist statecraft. It explores, also, an intellectual prehistory in which Indian nationalists cultivated a… 
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