Rather than treat the far-right as an exceptional political movement, we should see it as a logical outcome of the transformed political landscape of post-Cold War Europe.
A recent campaign against Safe Schools, an anti-LGBTI bullying program operating in Australian primary and secondary schools, has generated a remarkable, and remarkably successful, mobilisation by homophobic defenders of ‘traditional’ values.
Exclusion has, in fact, been central to the configuration of political power in the US and in other white settler states.
While trade unionism had long been dominated by the voices and experiences of men, an 1875 strike in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire was different.
A special, free-access compilation of articles on South Asian history from History Workshop Journal
Australia’s policy of exclusion towards families who have a disabled child has meant the break-up and deportation of families.
In Episode 2 of the History Workshop Podcast, Historian Alison Light offers a unique perspective on the memoir and biography, and the art of writing about lived experiences.
Stephen Heathorn explores what the rise of the far right, authoritarianism and fascism looks like in the 21st century, as opposed to the 1930s.
An outspoken free press is one of the great obstacles to demagogues, who prefer simplistic propaganda to open public debate.
Direct militancy of women as well as male factory workers over several decades at Bristol’s Great Western Cotton Works.