This workshop will address the question of far-right memory politics in the Internet era. Participants are encouraged to address the intersections between studies of far-right activism, memory politics and the internet. Papers might, for instance, address one of the following questions: 1) What theoretical approaches are most useful in illuminating both national and transnational far-right memory politics in the age of the Internet? 2) What can comparisons of different nations’ memory politics tell us about European far-right mobilization? 3) Can we find differences in far-right campaigns that are specific to the former East and/or the West, or has the Internet allowed transnational patterns to dominate? We hope to bring together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, ranging from PhD-candidates and up, in a useful and stimulating workshop.