Mary F. Corey

Mary F. Corey is a Senior Lecturer in American history at UCLA specializing in intellectual history, popular culture, and Black nationalism. She is the author of The World Through a Monocle: The New Yorker at Midcentury (Harvard University Press) and is currently working on a book about Black Blackface performance, tentatively titled They Stooped to Conquer.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Prophet Is Human

A towering new biography of a great American orator and public intellectual....


Love Lays Ghastly Traps for the Soul

“Love lays ghastly traps for the soul,” in Tremain’s engrossing tales, but her characters accept their unhappiness as the necessary antidote to meaninglessness....

Love Lays Ghastly Traps for the Soul
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