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Academic Racism & 'Race Science'

Psychology, Racism & Fascism: An On-line Edition

"Scholars examining the relationship between right-wing politics and racial research have drawn on a 1979 work by social psychologist Michael Billig, Psychology, Racism, and Fascism. This short pamphlet, along with Billig's (1978) monograph on the social psychology of the neo-fascist National Front, provided the first account of the contribution of psychologists and other academics to racist and neo-Nazi movements of the 1950s to 1970s. "

The Context of Correctness: A Comment on Rushton, by Dr. Andrew Winston

From the Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, Vol 5, No. 2, 1996, 231-250 Copyright Human Sciences Press, 1996. Reproduced with permission of Human Sciences Press, Inc. This paper was published as a reply to: Rushton, J. P. (1996). Political correctness and the study of racial differences. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, Vol. 5, No. 2, 213-229.

Institute for the Study of Academic Racism, maintained by Dr. Barry Mehler.

Dr. Barry Mehler incorporated the Institute for the Study of Academic Racism (ISAR) in Lansing, Michigan in 1993. ISAR monitors academic racism and serves as a resource center for scholars, legislators, civil rights organizations, and journalists. ISAR is independent of Ferris State University and the materials presented on this web site do not necessarily reflect the views of Ferris State University's Board of Trustees or Administration.

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