Professor of Politcal Science
Department of Political Science
(510) 642-3770

Research Expertise and Interest

political science, methodology, political theory, comparative ideology, U.S. security interests, comparative fascism, Marxism and Fascism in the 20th century


Professor Gregor received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1961. His fields of interest and his course offerings cover the areas of Comparative Ideology, Political Theory, and Methodology. His current research focuses on U.S. security interests and comparative fascism. His recent publications include: "Mussolini's Intellectuals: Fascist Social and Political Thought" (Princeton University Press); "The Search for Neofascism: The Use and Abuse of Social Science" (Cambridge University Press); The Faces of Janus: Marxism and Fascism in the 20th Century (Yale University), Phoenix: Fascism in Our Time (Transaction, 1998), Interpretations of Fascism (2nd Edition. Transaction, 1997), and Marxism, China and Development (Transaction, 1995).

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