Fragments of an anti‐fascist geography: Interrogating racism, nationalism, and state power

  title={Fragments of an anti‐fascist geography: Interrogating racism, nationalism, and state power},
  author={Anthony Ince},
  journal={Geography Compass},
  • A. Ince
  • Published 1 March 2019
  • Sociology
  • Geography Compass
Extensive research exists in geography concerning racism and nationalism, yet there has been surprisingly little written on the far right, and even less on their anti‐fascist opponents. In the context of a resurgent far right, this paper draws together disparate work on this topic within geography to investigate the possibilities for the development of anti‐fascist geographies. While fascism and anti‐fascism have been chronically under‐researched in geography, I argue that there remains an… 
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