Faculty and Staff
Department of Anthropology
Gregory D Cook
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Education: M.A., Texas A&M University, PhD Syracuse University
Area: Nautical Archaeology, Historical Archaeology
Professional Interests: Shipwreck Archaeology, Atlantic Trade, Culture Contact
Teaches: Shipwreck Archaeology, Ship Construction, Intro to Anthropology, Intro to Archaeology, Nautical Archaeology
Phone: (850) 474-2186
- Co-PI, Excavations of Emanuel Point II, 2nd vessel from Luna's 1559 colonization fleet
- PI, Search for the HMS Mentor: a Revolutionary War Sloop Lost on the Blackwater River in 1781
Recent Publications and Presentations
- Cook, G. 2013. "The Maritime Archaeology of Ghana" in J. Anquandah, B. Kankpeyeng and W. Apoh (eds.) Current Perspectives in the Archaeology of Ghana(Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies Reader, University of Ghana, Legon).
- Cook, G. 2013. Investigation of Don Tristan de Luna's 1559 Colonization Fleet: Past, Present and Future. Florida Humanities Workshop, St. Augustine, FL.
- Cook, G. 2013. "Top Secret" Maritime Archaeology: Preliminary Investigations on the San Pablo, Sunk During an OSS Operation in Pensacola, Florida in 1944. Society for Historical Archaeology conference, Leicester England.