Gerald (Cory) Duclos
Contactgduclos@colgate.edu (315) 228-7671
Cory Duclos is the Director of the Keck Center for Language study and has been at Colgate since 2014. He holds a Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from Vanderbilt University. His research focuses on early modern Spanish literature and comparative literary studies. He is also interested in Second Language Acquisition and Digital Humanities.
As the Director of the Keck Center, Cory oversees the Less-Commonly Taught Language Program and the Upstate's Institute's Foreign Language Program at Hamilton Central School. Cory is also a co-chair of the Colgate Language Council.
BA 2006, Weber State University, Spanish
MA 2008, The University of Nevada-Reno, Spanish
Ph.D. 2013, Vanderbilt University, Spanish
Cosmic Wit: Homenaje al Prof. Edward H. Friedman. Eds. Martha García, Vicente Pérez de León, and G. Cory Duclos. (Forthcoming).
"Well-Behaved Panzas Rarely Make History: Teresa Panza and the Metafiction of Don Quiojte." in Cosmic Wit: Homenaje al Prof. Edward H. Friedman. Eds. Martha García, Vicente Pérez de León, and G. Cory Duclos. (Forthcoming).
“Scouting out Windmills: Don Quixotein Boy’s Life.” Cervantes35.1 (2015) 79-112.
“A Squire’s Schooling: The Education of Sancho Panza.” Confluencia30.3 (2015) 69-85.>
“Higher Education: Pedagogy and Disobedient Subversion in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrewand Lope de Vega’s La dama boba.” Miríada Hispánica 4 (March 2012): 35-54.
University of Nevada-Reno, Vanderbilt University, Spring Hill College, Colgate University