Cook's interests are in sociolinguistics, medical anthropology, and the
Pacific Island cultures. Currently, she is researching the micro-culture
of dog shows, and Cal Poly jargon. Past research and projects include the
anthropology of nursing, dialects in the Fiji Islands, and bilingualism
and multilingualism in the Fiji Islands.
Dr. Cook is currently the advisor for TESL Certification and is a
member of the HIV Awareness Committee.
- ANT 201: Cultural Anthropology course description
- ANT 360: Human Cultural Adaptation course description
- ANT 401: Culture and Health course description
- ANT 433: Language and Culture course description
- ANT 450: Area Studies: Pacific Islands Cultures course description