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From the Wall Street Journal:

Fake News Comes to Academia

How three scholars gulled academic journals to publish hoax papers on ‘grievance studies.’

By Jillian Kay Melchior
Oct. 2, 2018 6:55 p.m. ET

I’m particularly looking forward to reading, out of the seven published hoaxes, the 3000 word article published in Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work that was based on an excerpt from Mein Kampf but revised for the tenets of intersectional feminism: “Our Struggle is My Struggle: Solidarity Feminism as an Intersectional Reply to Neoliberal and Choice Feminism.” (Doing a cut-and-replace of “the Jews” with “cisgender heterosexual white men” would seem pretty foolproof in the Current Year, but maybe they did something more elaborate.)

From Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography:

Human reactions to rape culture and queer performativity at urban dog parks in Portland, Oregon

Helen Wilson

Received 27 Nov 2017, Accepted 19 Feb 2018, Published online: 22 May 2018
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This article addresses questions in human geography and the geographies of sexuality by drawing upon one year of embedded in situ observations of dogs and their human companions at three public dog parks in Portland, Oregon. The purpose of this research is to uncover emerging themes in human and canine interactive behavioral patterns in urban dog parks to better understand human a-/moral decision-making in public spaces and uncover bias and emergent assumptions around gender, race, and sexuality. Specifically, and in order of priority, I examine the following questions: (1) How do human companions manage, contribute, and respond to violence in dogs? (2) What issues surround queer performativity and human reaction to homosexual sex between and among dogs? and (3) Do dogs suffer oppression based upon (perceived) gender? It concludes by applying Black feminist criminology categories through which my observations can be understood and by inferring from lessons relevant to human and dog interactions to suggest practical applications that disrupts hegemonic masculinities and improves access to emancipatory spaces.

Please note the expression of concern regarding this article, available at

… To date, the author has not responded to our request to provide appropriate documentation confirming their identity.

Of course, as anybody who follows New Real Peer Review can tell you, a lot of genuine academic papers seem like hoaxes. For example, “autoethnography” means you just ramble for awhile about whatever you like to do in your spare time, making sure to employ suitable jargon, and you are good to go to get it published in an academic journal. E.g.,

I was watching America’s Got Talent, which I really enjoy, and it occurred to me, as a queer nonbinary of color, that the contestants were engaging in performativity (Derrida 1988, Butler 1993).

Okay, I made that up, but you can find countless real papers that are equally inane. For example, is this one of the seven hoax papers or a genuine published work?

A FemmeNist ManiPedifesto

Kari Lerum

This is an autoethnography about the role of nail salons in relation to my own evolving feminist and femme consciousness. Through a story of desire, grief, isolation, and recuperation, I explore the ways that the development of my sexual and gender identities relies on women’s intimacy within and across lines of commodification, race, class, and sexuality. In so doing, I attempt to reconcile my desire for high femme signifiers with working-class, anti-racist, and anti-colonialist solidarity, to articulate what I term a FemmeNist consciousness.

I think this means she’s a lesbian but she likes getting her nails done at salons staffed by poor Vietnamese ladies.

Somebody should post the 7 hoax articles along with 7 equally absurd real articles and invite readers to guess which is which.

The three hoaxers wrote up a lengthy explanation in Aero.

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  1. trelane says:

    I found this really racist Disney video from the 1950s. Warning, super NSFW:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  2. J.Ross says: • Website

    Our patience has its limits! One day we’ll unpack their privileged, incurious dog whistles!

  3. Rats, those were hoaxes! I was sure performativity was a thing.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  4. El Dato says:

    Well, it’s like most of the “art” scene nowadays where you get exposed to painted toilet seats in vast white halls (taxpayer financed) or else perfectly good picture frames that have exquisitely splattered using a garden hose pumping paint (USD 12600).

  5. Len says:

    I think this is about right:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  6. I’d lost track of how long it has been since the original hoax by Sokal— 22 years. It’s possible that many people under 40 are quite unfamiliar with it.

  7. @The Alarmist

    “Performativity” is a word. And “Derrida 1988, Butler 1993″ in relation to performativity appears ten times on Google not counting my usage.

  8. this blog is a hoax. even gallagher isn’t this not funny.

  9. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Steve Sailer

    How is that different from performance?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  10. Anon 2 says:

    Re: 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics

    Only 3 women so far have won the Nobel Prize in Physics. There is an interesting parallel
    between Maria Skłodowska Curie (winner in 1903) and Donna Strickland (winner
    in 2018): (1) Both won jointly with 2 other physicists; (2) Both won together
    with French men (Pierre Curie who was 8 years older than Marie, and Gérard
    Mourou who is 15 years older than Donna) who at least initially were their
    mentors (I’m not implying that there was anything romantic between Donna
    and Gérard). Perhaps there is something in the relationship of women with French men
    that allows the women to flourish. Maybe we should send all our prospective female
    Ph.D. candidates to France! We all know that women are crazy about France.

  11. p w botha says:

    contrary to popular opinion, derrida was not rot, just very ripe. one can make banana bread out of him. his student, marion is worth listening to. when the french think they think in german. philosophy died with heidegger. the rest is commentary or making scrabble dictionaries, aka analytic/oxford/anglo-american “philosophy”.

    • Replies: @DFH
  12. Achilles says:

    Thesis: That dog parks are rape-condoning spaces and a place of rampant canine rape culture and systemic oppression against “the oppressed dog” through which human attitudes to both problems can be measured. This provides insight into training men out of the sexual violence and bigotry to which they are prone.

    This is the one I’d like to see. Did they address breed supremacist behavior? Did they challenge the convention that dog breeds are merely a social construct, and not real?

  13. Anonymous[264] • Disclaimer says:

    How is this NSFW? It looks like a Donald Duck math cartoon/video to me. Some YouTube commenters said they watched it in school when they were young.

  14. Mr. Blank says:

    I’ve always thought I should have become a lawyer, but maybe I was wrong. I like to build scale models, and one of my goals has always been to build an elaborate wooden warship model. It would take a lot of time, practice and money, so I’ve always thought about it as a retirement project.

    But what if I could write about the experience in a way that would allow me to get paid for it? It shouldn’t be too much of a stretch: Most of the coolest wooden ships were from the golden age of colonialism, so I could probably get a lot of mileage out of that.


    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @mmack
  15. sb says:

    Hoaxing what passes for contemporary social science is rather like shooting fish in a barrel.

    For an excellent example of literary hoaxing in earlier cultural wars may I suggest the case of Ern Malley

  16. I sure hope that the seminal scientific discoveries contained in “Glaciers, gender, and science: A feminist glaciology framework for global environmental change research” don’t turn out to be a hoax too!

  17. @J.Ross

    See Derrida 1998 and Butler 1993.

    • Replies: @Silva
  18. @Achilles

    I’m having a look at the dog park paper; it’s hilarious so far.

    A couple of quotations:

    Throughout this work the word ‘rape’ describes human perceptions of dogs forcefully penetrating other dogs who have given no indication of wishing to engage in sexual activity (see Palmer 1989). Of course, the following caveat applies. Because of my own situatedness as a human, rather than as a dog, I recognize my limitations in being able to determine when an incidence of dog humping qualifies as rape.

    While I closely and respectfully examined the genitals of slightly fewer than ten thousand dogs, being careful not to cause alarm and moving away if any dog appeared uncomfortable, there is some relevant margin of error concerning my observations about their gender in some instances. It is also more than possible – in fact it is inevitable, though I endeavored not to make assumptions – that I misgendered some of their human companions (that is, I tagged a gender to a person who did not self-identify with that gender). In some of the more extreme cases, as is related to pronounced dog behavior (starting fights, urinating on people, humping or other penetrative acts), I attempted to address this shortcoming by asking human companions their preferred pronouns, as situating the results against McKittrick’s (2006) hegemonic presence of the white male subject required this data. If people were comfortable with my question, I then interrogated them further and inquired sensitively into their sexual orientation.

    Dog parks are petri dishes for canine ‘rape culture.’

    It’s all good, and this paper was actually selected as a showpiece by the journal that published it.

  19. Stogumber says:

    As for “autoethnography”, it wasn’t that insane in the beginning. The first publications were from races and classes which had had not much of a say before – like sons of Irish fishermen or American Indians or girls from working class parents which were the first in their family to go to university and experienced university life somewhat different from the general approach.
    Of course, nowadays most authors are people which have not much new TO say. And as most races and classes use social media, we can learn about nearly everyone’s perspective, without autoethnography.

  20. @The Last Real Calvinist

    Sorry, need to add one more to help illustrate the absolutely delightful farcical flavor these clever satirists achieved:

    It is also not politically feasible to leash men, yank their leashes when they ‘misbehave,’ or strike men with leashes (or other objects) in an attempt to help them desist from sexual aggression and other predatory behaviors (as previously, this human behavior as directed at dogs, though a sadly common anthropocentric mistreatment of animals, is not ethically warranted on dogs). The reining in or ‘leashing’ of men in society, however, can again be understood pragmatically on a metaphorical level with clear parallels to dog training ‘pedagogical’ methodologies. By properly educating human men (and re-educating them, when necessary) to respect women (both human and canine), denounce rape culture, refuse to rape or stand by while sexual assault occurs, de-masculinize spaces, and espouse feminist ideals – say through mandatory diversity and harassment training, bystander training, rape culture awareness training, and so on, in any institutions that can adopt them (e.g. workplaces, university campuses, and government agencies) – human men could be ‘leashed’ by a culture that refuses to victimize women, perpetuate rape culture, or permit rape-condoning spaces (cf. Adams [1990] 2010, 68, 81–84).

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
  21. Rewriting a chapter from “Mein Kampf” and submitting it to a feminist journal is one of those truly inspired ideas that immediately makes you think, “damn, why didn’t I think of that?” In a fair universe, three prominent feminist professors would be fired and their jobs offered to the three hoaxers. (Far as I can tell, none of them are tenured.)

    Mind you, I’ve come across quite a few articles that, far as I can tell, are not hoaxes, yet at least as weird as any hoax. My personal favorite is one entitled “Animal performativity: Exploring the lives of donkeys in Botswana” ( ), which sports the obligatory reference to Butler 1993. You won’t learn anything useful about either Botswana or donkeys from the article, but it does reveal a lot about Homo Academicus.

  22. @The Last Real Calvinist

    Just add a few sentences about Kavanaugh and Trump, and you could submit it to Huffington Post tomorrow.

  23. @Steve Sailer

    Just add a few sentences about Kavanaugh and Trump, and you could submit it to Huffington Post tomorrow.

    Don’t you know it!

  24. @Steve Sailer

    Speaking of Butler, her decision to defend that lesbian NYU professor who got #MeTooed by one of her male gay students seems to have dented her reputation considerably; the revolution may end up devouring its own mother.

    • Replies: @academic gossip
  25. @Steve Sailer

    If you did submit it to the Huffington Post, I’m willing to bet that a few readers will immediately condemn it for being complicit with The Patriarchy because it timidly suggests that “it is also not politically feasible to leash men”. A true social justice worrier will not have such qualms.

  26. Corrupt quack Yascha Mounk thinks it’s advantageous to his cause to tell off these fraudsters, interesting:

  27. DFH says:
    @p w botha

    philosophy died with heidegger. the rest is commentary or making scrabble dictionaries, aka analytic/oxford/anglo-american “philosophy”.

    Imagine being this stupid

    • Replies: @Sergeant Prepper
  28. @Steve Sailer

    Always a pleasure to help:-) You won’t regret reading the article; it is packed with pronouncements like “We apply a feminist posthumanist iteration of performativity to illustrate and explain who the donkey is, what they experience, and the context within and through which these performances are constituted”. No hoaxer can beat that.

  29. @DFH

    Ja, it is somewhat amusing that someone calling himself “PW Botha” would make a claim like that. Everyone knows that PW Botha was into both continental- and analytic philosophy, and often argued with his cabinet members about who won the dispute between Searle and Derridada.

  30. eah says:

    Speaking of Mein Kampf, Judith Butler is Jewish, which should not surprise anyone — most people know the Nazis burned books, but few know or think to ask: Which ones? — Why?

    (Note: I do not approve of book burning — I don’t even think comments should be moderated.)

    From the Aero article:

    The goal was always to use what the existing literature offered to get some little bit of lunacy or depravity to be acceptable at the highest levels of intellectual respectability within the field.

    There is nothing ‘intellectually respectable’ about this nonsense and its junk female academic purveyors.

  31. eah says:

    Kari Lerum

    She describes her latest project thusly:

    There is an increasing amount of evidence regarding the need for increases in health and social services for trans individuals [i], as well as the need for human rights framework for sex workers [ii], but there is still a lack of empirical research documenting the unique overlaps and disjunctures between transgender, sex worker, and labor and immigrant rights stakeholders…


  32. Jason Liu says:

    Are the hoaxers pretending that academic rigor applies to grievance studies in the first place? That’s giving them too much credit. All grievance studies are pseudo-academic, thus any paper published may as well be hoaxes.

    It’s like making fun of a clown. It doesn’t work.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
  33. Tiny Duck says:

    Alt-right trolls encouraging spread of Trumpism by exploiting academics trust. Covertly feeding Mein Kampf into academia

    These three people are evil
    And have no better business in academia

  34. Silva says:
    @Steve Sailer

    I don’t normally find cruelty funny, but when I do, it’s by Steve Sailer.

  35. Dtbb says:

    What the bleep are all y’all talking about?

  36. Mr. Anon says:

    I always wonder how young boys feel when they see women wearing shirts that say “the future is female”. What exactly is meant by “the future is female”? I find that to be a confusing message in general.

    Allow me to clear that up. It means “The future is chinese”.

  37. @Mr. Blank

    As long as you’re interested in making a boat, you might as well make a real one, one that you can use. Why not build a strip-built kayak? Or a lapstrake ply rowing skiff? There are good books out there that describe how to do either. Or, you could order a kit from Chesapeake Light Craft or Pygmy boats.

    You’d have a functional boat for your efforts; one that could get you outdoors and take you to interesting places. Plus you’d have learned a lot and accomplished something rare today, figuratively and literally building your own boat and sailing it.

    In boatbuilding, you have no one to blame for your mistakes. And those mistakes can be fatal. So it makes you realize that you’re playing for keeps and this “concentrates the mind wonderfully”.

  38. @Achilles

    Oh they’re real, alright. I’ve seen many a Great Pyr or Newfie cowed by some aggressive little Chihuahua.

  39. BenKenobi says:

    Doing a cut-and-replace of “the Jews” with “cisgender heterosexual white men” would seem pretty foolproof

    Well lemme break out my copy of Mike-Kilo and give it a try.

    On Kavanaugh:
    “I felt very badly about this behaviour. In it I could only see the craftiest trick of the [cisgender heterosexual White man], calculated to distract the general attention from himself and to others.”

    On Fox News:
    “their function is only to break the people’s national and patriotic backbone and make them ripe for the slave’s yoke of international capital and its masters, the [cisgender heterosexual White man].”

    On White men:
    “In his vileness he becomes so gigantic that no one need be surprised if among our people the personification of the devil as the symbol of all evil assumes the living shape of the [cisgender heterosexual White man].

    Hey, this is fun!

  40. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:

    I see that the Twitteratti are trying to make the case that there are BS ‘pay-to-publish’ journals in STEM fields too*, and therefore this proves nothing. I assume this will be the basis of the Voxsplain when it eventually comes out.

    The difference of course is that the STEM fields recognize that those journals are BS and it will get you laughed out of the room if you try to use them to get tenure or grants or status. Whereas this hoax exposes that publishing in these grievance studies journals gets one taken seriously in these fields.

    * such as the one based out of a PO box in Sharjah that contained the 9/11 magic explosive dust article, which is frequently cited by some of the less reputable columnists around here…

  41. mmack says:
    @Mr. Blank

    Might I suggest “A Critical Review of Cis-heteropatriarchical Imagery in 17th and 18th Century Naval Armament” or “An Academic Review of Sexism and Racism in Sea Chanties 1700 – 1850”?

    If your modeling interests run to more modern vessels, you could try “The Sinking of DKM Bismarck as a Metaphor for the Agression of Capitalist, Patriarchical Societies Towards Socialist Economies” or “Yamato Lost: A Critical Study of the Intersectionality Between a Patriarchal, Capitalist, Cis-Heteronormative Society and an Ancient Fuedal Land”

    Don’t forget to cite Derrida and Butler.

  42. @Sergeant Prepper

    Rewriting a chapter from “Mein Kampf” and submitting it to a feminist journal is one of those truly inspired ideas that immediately makes you think, “damn, why didn’t I think of that?”

    I actually got started a while ago on exactly this kind of Mein Kampf chapter adaptation, replacing Jews with another group, for posting on internet sites. “Gradually, he began to hate them”. Hitler speeches work better for short passages,

    Think of it as the Caine-Hackman Thesis from PCU updated for our times: somewhere, every day, a student is submitting Mein Kampf extracts as a term paper.

    The gold standard for hoaxing feminist journals would be to publish Valerie Solanas, if anyone wants to try that…

  43. FeeFiFo says:

    The Mein Kampf trick has been an obvious ploy since Coates wrote utterly anti-Semitic tropes (a “syndicate” dedicated to “plunder”) in his 2015 book, only directing them against whites instead of Jews. Nobody in the media except Christopher Caldwell noticed.

  44. mmack says:

    “I’m particularly looking forward to reading, out of the seven published hoaxes, the 3000 word article published in Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work that was based on an excerpt from Mein Kampf but revised for the tenets of intersectional feminism: “Our Struggle is My Struggle: Solidarity Feminism as an Intersectional Reply to Neoliberal and Choice Feminism.” (Doing a cut-and-replace of “the Jews” with “cisgender heterosexual white men” would seem pretty foolproof in the Current Year, but maybe they did something more elaborate.)”

    Oh I can only hope they left in a feminist demand for Lebensraum in Eastern Europe.

    “The women of the Sudetenland have ALWAYS been feminist!”

  45. Karl says:

    > she’s a lesbian but she likes getting her nails done at salons staffed by poor Vietnamese ladies

    hey…. it’s NOT JUST a bowl of soup. It is authentic artisanal pho !!

    Linh Dinh told me that if the customer is Jewish, I should increase the price from $27/bowl to

    > There is no 2.9% fee like with PayPal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.

    when did iSteve attend the $PLC Schneuring Boot Camp??!?

  46. @Sergeant Prepper

    Judith Butler Must Step Down as President-Elect of the MLA

    My God, what a timeline. Thanks.

  47. Ah, Portland and dogs! Henry Huggins and Ribsy! Horse meat!

    This is a review by Ashe Arterberry, who lives in the “South-East United States”, but may as well be in today’s Portland:


    I know it was just the time, but this bothers me–Henry feeds Ribsy horse meat. Horse meat, as in horses, that are really super smart, and loyal, and live a long time. I don’t like the idea of people consuming horses because of how intelligent they are. I don’t like the idea of people buying horse meat to feed their dogs because of how intelligent horses are. I mean, if I was starving, really starving, not hyperbole-starving, I would eat a horse, but as I have never been in that situation, I have never had to eat a horse.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  48. @Reg Cæsar

    Here’s another review of Henry and Ribsy. Can you take a dog on the “light rail” in Portland today?

    Published in 1950, this book takes you back to a time when an ice cream cone cost a nickel, kids bought horse meat for their dogs at the pet store, and a third-grader could run all over Portland by himself.

    Henry is just an average kid with a tendency to get himself into interesting situations. He finds a skinny mutt and, after checking with his mom, brings him home on the city bus. Chaos ensues


    Joey Molland of Badfinger tells a story of bringing home a monkey on a bus in Liverpool in the 1950s. I’ve seen live chickens riding on a Hong Kong tram, accompanied by Indian matrons.

  49. “Performativity”? New one on me. It’s not listed on my on-line edition of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.

  50. Craig N says:

    As a footnote, one of the three authors is Peter Boghossian, who first came to my attention as one of the “New Atheists” when that was a Thing back circa 2005-15. Who would have thought he would go on to do something intellectually worthwhile?

    Really, this puts Sokal in the shade.

  51. @Steve Sailer

    Noted elsewhere, the word doesn’t appear in the online M-W Dictionary but…whatever!

  52. Anon 2 says:

    Re: Nobel Prize in Physics

    Based on the recent Nobel Prizes in Physics, it’s become clear that no one
    is making great discoveries in physics anymore, not on the scale of Rutherford’s
    (and his students) discovery of the nucleus in 1911, which immediately led to
    the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom in 1913, and the discovery of Quantum
    Mechanics after World War I. An egregious example of that was the 2016 Nobel
    Prize for the discovery of the Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transition. A hundred years
    ago that would have at best merited an honorable mention, not a Nobel Prize.
    The great ediifices of modern physics – Theory of Relativity, Quantum Mechanics,
    and Quantum Field Theory – have been completed by 1950, with extensions to
    to the weak and strong interactions finalized by the late ’70s. As some pointed out,
    fundamental physics basically ground to a halt in 1981 (when the inflationary scenario in
    cosmology was published). For the first time in the 400-year history of physics
    nothing great has been discovered since. String theories turned out to be a dud
    (the best we can say is that they have provided gainful employment for thousands
    of physicists). As John Horgan of Scientific American, famous for the book The End
    of Science (1996), said, “Physics has lost its fizz.”

    Unlike in the 1950s or ’60s, science in the U.S., partly due to the continuing Asian
    influx, is an overcrowded, underpaid field to work in. Anyone, men or women, with
    an IQ >130 can do much better than go into science. As a scientist, I don’t want to
    say that science is for losers (there is still progress, albeit a glacial one, in biomedical
    sciences) but sometimes it feels that way. Getting a B.S. in a scientific field (combined
    with computer skills) is still highly recommended but, unless you’re a genius, leave
    Ph.D.’s in science to those who have fewer choices in life, mainly immigrants. The
    military doesn’t like to hear it because the military-industrial complex is a voracious
    employer of scientists and engineers. Ultimately it doesn’t really matter who does
    science, men or women, whites or Asians, because there is no glory in it anymore.
    Nobody is making great discoveries anymore – it’s all hard slog and teamwork.

    It’s clear that reality is non-rational, and hence physics which is the epitome
    of rationality would sooner or later hit a brick wall. The fact that the physical
    Universe is approximately rational kept us going for several centuries but
    now we’re up against the limits of rationality. The Enlightenment Project
    has come to an end. It was fun while it lasted.

    • Agree: Almost Missouri
  53. @Achilles

    When I was in my early teens we had an indoor-outdoor household pet beagle with three testicles packed into one scrotum. He was dumb as a box of rocks, would run off for days at a time in a suburban residential neighborhood and would mount and attempt to bugger any male dog that happened through our yard.

    Could that be developed into a favorable peer review treatise?

  54. @Sergeant Prepper

    Rewriting a chapter from “Mein Kampf” and submitting it to a feminist journal is one of those truly inspired ideas that immediately makes you think, “damn, why didn’t I think of that?”

    Wait, isn’t all identity politics essentially just a rewriting of Mein Kampf from an other-than-Aryan perspective? I mean, isn’t Hitler the original modern identity politician?

  55. @Jason Liu

    Agreed. Even the vaunted peer review process is joke, and has been for a long time.

    That page is a useful cite for anyone wanting to expose fake academia.

    • LOL: Autochthon

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