Corey McCall

Fall 2020

Elmira College, New York 

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Corey McCall was, until recently, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Elmira College in upstate New York. His research and teaching interests focus on intersections between various traditions in modern philosophy and literature, focusing on Caribbean, African American, European, and American traditions. His current projects include the forthcoming edited volume Decolonizing American Philosophy (SUNY, 2021) and serving as editor for an issue of The Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy entitled "American Reflections in French and Francophone Thought." He has co-edited the collections Melville Among the Philosophers (Lexington, 2017) and Benjamin, Adorno, and the Experience of Literature (Routledge, 2018). 


He plans to spend the upcoming academic year writing about the philosophical stakes of James Baldwin's work and working on a book manuscript examining key philosophical, political, and literary dimensions of the concept of security.