From 2014: "Michael O'Meara, Ph.D., was born in San Francisco in 1946. While at the Berkeley campus of the University of California in the late 1960s, he was active in student and anti-war politics. He then spent nearly a decade as a trade union activist, first as a Marxist and then as a revolutionary syndicalist. When he returned to graduate school, it was to study the comparative history of revolutionary labor movements. His first book, Every Factory a Fortress, was a history of the unionization of Paris's mass production workers. He subsequently developed an interest in the European New Right and wrote what is considered the principal English-language work on the subject: New Culture, New Right: Anti-Liberalism in Postmodern Europe. He is also the author of several hundred articles and translations mainly on French politics, European nationalism, and Heideggerian philosophy. His forthcoming book is entitled White Race, White Nation: Ethnonationalist Essays and Exhortations." 
- Honorary Fellow, Academy of Social and Political Research (March 2014)
- The Occidental Quarterly
- Counter-Currents Publishing
Resources and articles
- Internet Archive Academy of Social and Political Research Internet Archive, organizational web page, accessed August 2, 2017.