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Posts by: Marquis Bey

Marquis Bey is a PhD candidate in Cornell University’s English department, focusing on Black Feminist Theorizing, Transgender Studies, Critical Theory, and Contemporary African American Literature. His scholarship has been published widely and ranges in scope from Black feminist atheism, criminalizing discourses of Blackness, the fugitive Blackness of Rachel Dolezal, the trans aesthetics of James Baldwin, and more. Additionally, his writing extends beyond the realm of academe and into more popular spaces like Those People, The Feminist Wire, Fembot, Ragqueen, and others. Find more of his work here: https://cornell.academia.edu/MBey
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The Smog of Blind Flies: Blackness and Respectability

by Marquis Bey • 16 Nov 16
Posted in: General Issue [10]