Stanislav Vysotsky is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Dr. Vysotsky’s research focuses on the conflict between supremacist groups in contemporary American society and their militant antifascist opposition through ethnographic and interview research with antifascist activists, in order to understand the relationship between threat, space, subculture, and social movement activism.
Towards a Broad Left Front Against Fascism
Now is the time to unify against a dangerous force—not smear people taking antifascist action. MORE
Features · August 24, 2017
Drawing Equivalencies Between Fascists and Anti-Fascists Is Not Just Wrong—It’s Dangerous
We must be very wary of any attempts to excuse or normalize white supremacy. MORE
Features · August 15, 2017