This article presents an exposition, analysis, and critique of Anson Rabinbach’s historical research and theses as reflected in Staging the Third Reich: Essays in Cultural and Intellectual History (2020), a volume of his essays on Nazism, fascism, antifascism, and the aftermath of these movements in political life, public remembrance, and historiography. The article probes Rabinbach’s particular method and significant contributions to intellectual and cultural history.

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