- M.A., CSU Stanislaus, English
- B.A., CSU Stanislaus, English & Gender Studies
Jamiee Cook is a PhD candidate in the Department of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her work investigates writing by multi-ethnic queer women writers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries with particular attention to how these texts navigate systems of interlocking oppressions and queer identity development. She is invested in intersectional feminist perspectives, critical race theories, and the histories and cultural production of diverse queer and trans communities. Her broad areas of research include 20th and 21st century multi-ethnic U.S. literature, literature of social movements, and LGBTQ+ literature. Jamiee works across genres, studying young adult and coming-of-age fiction, speculative fiction, realism, and life writing.
- African American and/or African Diasporic Literatures
- American Literature
- American Race and Ethnic Studies
- Genders and Sexualities
- Latinx and/or Chicanx Studies
Research Center Affiliations
“Learning to See: Transgender Self-Determination and Unmarked Objectivity in April Daniel’s Dreadnought,” MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, Volume 5, No. 2., May 2022.
“Social Justice Handbook Series, pt. 2: Imagining a Global Resistance,” written by Maria Sintura, Jamiee Cook, Maile Young. The Black Scholar, October 1, 2020.
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