Arktos was generous enough to allow me to include some photos in Hated and Proud. These are dispersed throughout the text and appear in black and white. However, given that color plays such a significant role in the book, I would like to share them here in all of their glory. In the coming days… Continue Reading
At long last my first book, Hated and Proud, has been published by Arktos Media. It is available in eBook, softcover, and hardcover from Arktos, Amazon, and wherever dissident books are sold. Hated and Proud began its life as the dissertation requirement of a Ph.D. in Anthropology. As such it still remains a deeply theoretical book, albeit one that,… Continue Reading
I was recently hosted by the fine gentlemen of the Interregnum Podcast for a midday chat about Ultras; Rome; and dissident versus academic life.
Men who battle for one another, and who feel quite at home in the various cages that comprise the settori ospiti of Italian soccer stadiums, don’t often make their greatest impressions with warmth, generosity, and humor; Giorgetto Romano might have been a big, bad son-of-a-bitch, but I’ll always remember how gracious and hilarious he was. An immense… Continue Reading
Having just stated that Romanità, and its uses by Evola and fascism, is a form political modernism, I must make clear why I continue to call it counter-modern. As I explained in the Introduction, fascism is a complex mixture of political modernism and counter-modern, or Counter-Enlightenment, philosophy. In other… Continue Reading
Indiana University Press has just published Global Rome: Changing Faces of the Eternal City, which contains an essay on Ultras and fandom. “Football, Romanità, and the Search for Stasis,” gives a sense of how affective and active is the fascist narrative of Romanità in the lives of certain Romans. Although it was challenging to write… Continue Reading
I was interviewed last weekend for the Santa Cruz Run Internet radio show hosted by Vernon Bohr. It is similar to my last interview with David Baillie, which is slightly disappointing. I simply have not sufficiently developed a common language with which to discuss my intellectual endeavors, and this leads to a very rhetorical and… Continue Reading