Jeremy Braddock is associate professor of English at Cornell University. He is the author of Collecting as Modernist Practice (Johns Hopkins 2012), which was awarded the Modernist Studies Association book prize, and he co-edited Paris, Capital of the Black Atlantic with Jonathan Eburne (Johns Hopkins, 2013) and Directed by Allen Smithee with Stephen Hock (Minnesota, 2001). Recent writing includes articles on the reception of James Joyce among 1930s Harlem intellectuals, and on the international communications of Nancy Cunard and Claude McKay. He is currently studying midcentury cultures of libraries and information, and writing a book-length study of the Firesign Theatre.BOOKMARK
Libraries and Authoritarianism 1940, 2020
Jeremy Braddock on Archibald MacLeish and the campaign to make libraries a bulwark against fascists.
Barnes without Barnes: on Philadelphia's New Barnes Foundation
George Seurat’s The Models, 1886-1888 detail (In the collection of The Barnes Foundation) [Works of art] integrate their fore-history as