Author Archives: Ray Wolters

Doused and Denounced

Orwellian–screenshot from academic data bases holding Prof. Wolters’ un-PC AHR review https://t.co/ZRz47T4Vb0 pic.twitter.com/Z2N2ympePp — Virginia Dare (@vdare) June 6, 2017 A cold civil war has been brewing within academe, a war between “biologians” and “culturists.” Many modern biologists, genomic scientists, and physical anthropologists are biologians.  They think evolutionary adaptations are partly responsible for some racial […]

Excerpt from “My journey to race realism”: Reformers’ search to close “the gap”

The following is the second of two excerpts from an article, “My journey to race realism,” to appear in the Summer issue of The Occidental Quarterly. Prof. Ray Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Delaware. First Excerpt: The Burden of Brown Before 2010, I was aware of evolutionary biology and evolutionary psychology.  […]

Excerpt from “My Journey to Race Realism”: The Burden of Brown

The following is the first of two excerpts from an article, “My journey to race realism,” to appear in the Summer issue of The Occidental Quarterly. Prof. Ray Wolters is Thomas Muncy Keith Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Delaware. In the 1960s and 1970s I forged through the academic ranks.  My dissertation received favorable notice […]