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Dr Stuart Cooke


Stuart Cooke

Senior Lecturer
School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science
+61 (0)7 3735 6017 (Work)
N06 -2.11, Nathan Campus

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Stuart Cooke is a senior lecturer in Creative Writing and Literary Studies. His awards include the Gwen Harwood, Dorothy Porter and New Shoots poetry prizes, the BR Whiting Fellowship (Italy), an Asialink Fellowship to the Philippines, and funding from the Australia Council for the Arts. He has also received residential fellowships from the Atlantic Center for the Arts (USA), Djerassi Resident Artists' Program (USA), Omi International Arts Centre (USA), Hawthornden Castle (UK) and Arteles Creative Centre (Finland), among others. Stuart's research interests span creative practice and scholarship. He publishes poetry and creative nonfiction, and has translated a wide variety of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian and Latin American poets. His scholarship focuses on poetry and poetics, particularly eco- and ethno-poetics, within the broad, interdisciplinary fields of Indigenous studies, critical animal studies and the environmental humanities.


  • Member
    Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research2017


  • Spanish - Latin American
    Can peer review
  • Portuguese
    Can peer review