Learn More – Corra Harris
Catherine Badura, “Reluctant Suffragist/Unwitting Feminist: The Ambivalent Political Voice of Corra Harris,” Southeastern Political Review: Women in Southern United States Politics 28 (September 2000): 397-426.
Walter Blackstock, “Corra Harris: An Analytical Study of Her Novels,” Florida State University Studies 19 (1955): 39-92.
Karen Coffing, “Corra Harris and the Saturday Evening Post: Southern Domesticity Conveyed to a National Audience, 1900-1930,” Georgia Historical Quarterly 79 (summer 1995): 367-93.
Donald Mathews, “Corra Harris: The Storyteller as Folk Preacher,” in Georgia Women: Their Lives and Times, vol. 1., ed. Ann Short Chirhart and Betty Wood (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2009).
Wayne Mixon, “Traditionalist and Iconoclast: Corra Harris and Southern Writing 1900-1920,” in Developing Dixie: Modernization in a Traditional Society, ed. Winfred B. Moore Jr., et al. (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1988).
Catherine Oglesby, Corra Harris and the Divided Mind of the New South (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008).
Ruby Reeves, “Corra Harris: Her Life and Works” (master’s thesis, University of Georgia, 1937). John E. Talmadge, Corra Harris: Lady of Purpose (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1968).
“Harris, Corra Mae White.” Georgia Women of Achievement.” http://www.georgiawomen.org/2010/10/harris-corra-mae-white/
“Corra Harris (1869-1935).” New Georgia Encyclopedia. http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-484&hl=y