Author Archives: Andrew Joyce, Ph.D.

T.S. Eliot and the Culture of Critique, Part One

“My house is a decayed house, And the Jew squats on the window-sill” T.S. Eliot, Gerontion, 1920. In a previous article I explored the nature of academic ethno-activism in the deconstruction of the cultural legacy of Ezra Pound. The article adopted the approach of a broad overview, emphasizing the scale of successive critiques and, to […]

What Next? The Alt Right in the Age of Trump

“We can’t afford to take these statements as the ravings of extremists on the fringes of society. They are now at the gates.” Richard Cohen, Southern Poverty Law Center It was the best of times and, for our hostile elites, it was the worst of times. In a movement normally starved of optimism, every ounce […]