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Corey, Elizabeth

ISR Resident Fellow, Political Science
Baylor University, Honors College
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Elizabeth Corey is an associate professor of Political Science at Baylor University, in Waco, Texas, where she also serves as director of the Honors Program. She has received several awards for teaching and research, and is currently a 2016-17 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow. Her writing has appeared in First Things and The Atlantic, as well as in a variety of scholarly journals. She received a bachelor’s in Classics from Oberlin College, and master’s and doctoral degrees in Art History and Political Science from Louisiana State University. She is co-editor of the “Radical Conservatisms” book series at the University of Pennsylvania Press. Elizabeth’s more popular writing generally concerns the question of what it means to live as a traditionalist in a progressive world—engaging social and political questions of the moment in a way that aims to be both charitable and critical at once. Most importantly, she is the mother of three children: Anna Katherine (11), John (9) and Margaret (2).

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