Elizabeth Corey: Intersectionality and the Socialist Temptation

Elizabeth Corey is an associate professor of political science and director of the Honors Program at Baylor University. She was the 2018-19 Initiative on Faith & Public Life Visiting Professor. Beyond her roles at Baylor, Dr. Corey’s writing has appeared in First Things—where she serves on the board—The Atlantic, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and National Affairs, as well as in a variety of scholarly journals. She has also published Michael Oakeshott on Religion, Aesthetics, and Politics (University of Missouri Press, 2006) and is the coeditor of the “Radical Conservatism” book series at the University of Pennsylvania Press. She has received several awards for teaching and research and was a 2016–17 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow. She received a bachelor’s degree in classics from Oberlin College, and a master’s and doctoral degree in art history and political science from Louisiana State University.

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