From Public Seminar, a roundtable on Reading Adorno on Fascism in the Age of Trump. Ira Katznelson on what America taught the Nazis: In the 1930s, the Germans were fascinated by the global leader in codified racism — the United States. This is what happens when 6,000 neo-Nazis get together: Johannes Musial goes to Germany’s largest ultranationalist festival, Rock Against Uberfremdung. Seyla Benhabib on the return of fascism: From Germany to Greece, far-right nationalists are attacking migrants, raiding mosques, and winning elections. Why we have to cut off the head of fascism again and again: From Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts in 1930s London to the recent violence in Charlottesville, the cult of hatred lives on.

Bruce Krajewski (Texas): What if Your Hero Is a Fascist? Angela Dimitrakaki (Edinburgh): The Ecstasies of Europe, or, Drinking with Fascists. Is there ever a right time to talk to your children about fascism?