Roundup of my responses

All of my public statements on the media controversy surrounding my dissertation are collected on this page.

May 13, 2013: A talk with Jason Richwine: 'I do not apologize for any of my work' 
(interview with Byron York of the Washington Examiner) 

May 20, 2013: About that dissertation 
(article in National Review)

May 21, 2013: Race and IQ at Harvard 
(radio interview on Boston NPR) 

May 24, 2013: Jason Richwine responds on race, IQ, and his dissertation 
(article in Think Progress)

May 30, 2013: Response to Peter H. Irons  
(unpublished letter to the Harvard Crimson) 

August 9, 2013: Why can’t we talk about IQ? 
(article in Politico)

June 3, 2014: Run out of the think tanks
(radio interview with Vicki McKenna)

October 12, 2014: Dr. Jason Richwine on human intelligence and American politics
(radio interview with Joseph Cotto)

October 5, 2015: IQ and immigration policy
(radio interview with Stefan Molyneux)

To learn about my professional background and my personal experiences during the firestorm, I specifically recommend “About that dissertation.” For a more detailed discussion of the dissertation’s content and approval process, see “Jason Richwine responds on race, IQ, and his dissertation.” For a critique of the media’s handling of IQ issues, please read “Why can’t we talk about IQ?