Extremism beyond borders: Understanding the Spread of Far Right Ideologies Across National Boundaries in the North American Context (at Mary Winspear Centre)

Part of: Borders: Geopolitical Boundaries and Beyond

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Building on our first lecture, we will assess how Far Right activism in North America has used digital landscapes to effectively transcend national borders. We will examine some of the ways that Far Right ideologies emerge, how they use the internet and social media first to organize, and then to spread internationally. We will look at how social researchers understand these movements, and how they are being tracked – and why such efforts often fail.

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