Eliah Bures

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Senior Fellow, Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies and JRWS Managing Editor

Eliah Bures is a historian and editor. He is a former postdoctoral fellow in Spain and is currently a senior fellow at UC Berkeley’s Center for Right-Wing Studies. A specialist in social theory, cultural criticism, and intellectual history, Eliah is also a cofounder and Managing Editor of the Journal of Right-Wing Studies. He has published peer-reviewed academic articles as well as popular essays in publications such as Foreign Policy and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Eliah's academic writing focuses on fascism, radical conservatism, and the European New Right, especially in the German-speaking world, and his research has been supported by the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst and the Gerda Henkel Stiftung. He holds a PhD in history from UC Berkeley and a postgraduate certificate in editing from the University of Chicago.