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Dr. Alyce Cook - Columbus State University

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Columbus State University

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Alyce Cook

Part-Time Limited Term Faculty

Society, Culture, and Languages, Department of

Education and Certifications

PhD, Spanish, University of Virginia, 1995


Alyce Cook earned her PhD in Spanish from the University of Virginia, with a concentration in Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies. She retired in 2021 and currently serves as Part-time Lecturer. She is the recipient of the 2001-02 Columbus State University Faculty Service Award and the 2009-10 Outstanding Teacher of Writing Award. She is also the founder and director of CSU in Mexico, since 1995.

Academic Areas

Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies
Latin American Women Writers

Research Interests

Professor Cook is the recipient of a Loudermilk Award (2000) to study Argentine literature and film in Resistencia, Argentina. She has published articles and book chapters regarding Argentine women writers and serves as a peer reviewer for several literary journals.

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