Adler specializes in political and social theory and comparative politics in Europe. He is the author of "Italian Industrialists From Liberalism to Fascism" which traces the development of industrial associations in Italy from 1906-1934 and challenges traditional interpretations of the rise of facism. He has been working on a major manuscript on Thinking Beyond Antiracism, as well as projects on the European radical right and issues in the liberal-communitarian debate. EDUCATION: B.A., Antioch College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago Adler has been teaching at Macalester since 1996.
Israel's Mizrahim: "Other" Victims of Zionism or a Bridge to Regional Reconciliation?, Macalester International (2009)
Italian Industrialists from Liberalism to Fascism: the political development of the industrial bourgeoisie, 1906-1934 (1995)
Contributions to Books
Immigration, Insecurity, and the French Far Right, Fascism and neofascism : critical writings on the radical right in Europe (2004)
Factory Councils, Gramsci, and the Industrialists, Antonio Gramsci: Critical Assessments (2001)
Razzismo, differenza e destra in Francia, Destra/Sinistra: storia e fenomonologia di una dicotomia politica (1997)
Review of Pouring Jewish Water into Fascist Wine: untold stories of “Catholic” Jews from the archives of Mussolini’s Jesuit, Pietro Tacchi Venturi by R.A. Maryks, Holocaust and Genocide Studies (2013)