Margaret Cox

Margaret Cox

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: English, Languages and Cultures
Discipline: Africana Studies
Office: Payne Hall Rm. 144
Phone: 912.358.3321
Fax: Not Available
Email: coxm@savannahstate.edu

Biography

Margaret Cox was born in Carriacou, Grenada and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She earned an MA in English from Brooklyn College and a PhD in English from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Research Interests

African Diaspora Studies, Caribbean Studies, Women's and Gender Studies.

Education

PhD, English - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
MA, English - Brooklyn College
BA, English Literature - Baruch College

Awards & Honors

Name: Angelo B. Proto Award
Organization: The City University of New York
Date: 5/1/2005
In 1992, Angelo Proto established the CUNY Counseling Assistantship Program (CUNYCAP), and the award named in his honor was made to CUNYCAP students who continue Proto’s tradition of providing exemplary service to CUNY students.

Publications

Title: Alice Walker and Claudia Rankine: Reclaiming the Ocularity of the Self
Publication Date: 2/22/2017
Publisher: Salem
Page Number: 140-56
Type: Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Authors: Margaret Cox,

Title: Re-Imaging the African Feminine Self
Publication Date: 1/1/2010
Publisher: Pencraft,
Type: Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Authors: Margaret Cox,