CRWS Publications

Journal of Right-Wing Studies

The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies publishes an Open Access journal in partnership with eScholarship at the University of California. The Journal of Right-Wing Studies aims to shed light on the politics of the moment by investigating the nature and origins of recent transformations on the right and by promoting the study of the right in its historical and cultural diversity.
We publish on any topic—race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, class and markets, religion and culture, media and communications—that touches the right’s mobilization, history, or thinking. We are especially interested in submissions that question the category of “the right,” the relationship among its component groupings and ideas, the right’s relationship to the political left, and their global applicability. General inquiries, article submissions, and essay pitches can be sent to jrwseditors@gmail.comAdditional information is available on the Journal of Right-Wing Studies website.

Working Papers

The Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies publishes working papers by CRWS affiliated faculty and students on subjects related to right-wing ideology, politics, and organizational forms in the U.S. and other parts of the world.  Papers are published in the eScholarship Repository of the California Digital Library where they can be downloaded.  Read more here.

The views expressed in CRWS working papers are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies or the Regents of the University of California.

Books by CRWS Affiliates