The Occidental Quarterly provides scholarly articles on Western history and culture. Articles are written from a variety of perspectives, including intellectual history, evolutionary biology, behavior genetics, and ethnic studies.
The Winter 2016-2017 issue of The Occidental Quarterly (Vol. 16, No. 4) contains 136 pages; its contents are highly representative of the journal. Nelson Rosit concludes his three-part series on how many of the pioneers of the conservation movement were racially conscious men but this history has been expunged since World War II. Raymond Wolters discusses J. Phillippe Rushton's theories on race differences in intelligence in the context of the history of attempts to improve the academic performance of Black children.
There are also several substantial review essays:
Andrew Joyce reviews David Cesarani's The Fate of the Jews, 1933-1939
. Guillaume Durocher reviews Alexis de Tocqueville's De la d mocratie en Am rique
Kevin MacDonald reviews Larry Siedentop's Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism
F. Roger Devlin reviews Samuel Francis's Leviathan and Its Enemies: Mass Organization and Managerial Power in Twentieth-Century America
Tom Sunic reviews Paul Dachslager's Human Sin or Social Sin: Evolutionary Psychology, Plato and the Christian Logic of Sociology