14 September, 2008

The Nordish Race

Posted by Socrates in anthropology, Nordicism/Nordic race, race, race science, racial science, Socrates at 3:27 pm | Permanent Link

Richard McCulloch, an American and a Nordicist, is the author of “The Ideal and Destiny” (1982) and “Destiny of Angels” (1986):


Essays by McCulloch: [Here]. More about McCulloch’s books: [Here].

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  7. 3 Responses to “The Nordish Race”

    1. -jc Says:

      Apparently Nord is a Russian term, too. Aeroflot-Nord – is one of Aeroflot’s regional airlines

    2. Zarathustra Says:

      Dianric? Ladogan? Armenid? Are these real people?

    3. Krystian K. Kowalczyk Says:

      McCullough did good work. I don’t know how accurate his categories are in terms of genetics, but he did a good job at classifying the phenotypes of various Euro peoples.

      “Dinaric? Ladogan? Armenid? Are these real people?” Z

      Yeah. Dinarics come from around the Dinaric Alps in Balkans. They are tall and sharp-faced people, often darker-skinned. Ladogans are stock from around Lake Ladoga in Russia (also called Lappish). They are stockier and not as tall as Nordics. Armenids are from Armenia. They have a distinctive look and are usually olive skinned. As far as I can tell, they’re all “white.”