African-American Studies — Politics — Public Affairs — Urban Affairs — Urban Studies
Corey  Cook

Corey Cook

Associate Professor

Prior to joining the faculty at USF, Professor Cook has taught courses in American politics at the University of Wisconsin, San Jose State University, Rutgers University, and San Francisco State University. His doctoral dissertation considers the impact of race and gender on political representation and explores the contemporary significance of identity politics. Cook has published academic articles in the DuBois Journal of Social Science Research on Race, Presidential Studies Quarterly, and American Politics Research. He has completed research projects surrounding the usage of Ranked Choice Voting in San Francisco and a manuscript about promoting civic engagement through community-based research. His current research focuses on election results and political geography in California. He teaches courses in American Politics specializing in political institutions, urban and state politics, and the dynamics of political representation.

Administrative Appointments

Director, the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good

Courses Offered
  • Issues in Urban Public Policy