Stanley Corkin

Stanley Corkin is the Charles Phelps Taft and Niehoff Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of Cincinnati. He the author of Connecting the Wire: Space, Race, and Post-Industrial Baltimore (University of Texas, 2017), Starring New York: Filming the Grime and Glamour of the Long 1970s (Oxford, 2011), Cowboys as Cold Warriors: The Western and U.S. History (Temple, 2004), and Realism and the Birth of the Modern United States: Cinema, Literature, and Culture (Georgia, 1996). His current book project is Boston, Mass//Mediated, a study of the presence of Boston in post-industrial mass culture.


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Returning to South Shore (Chicago): A Subjective View of Urban Change
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