Detailed Information for Greg Giddings

Dr. Greg Giddings 
English
 » Assistant Professor
Office Location
Bea Wood Hall 235
Office Hours

MWF: 9:00-9:45

MW: 11:00-12:15

TTh: 7:45-9:15 and 11:00-11:45

(And by appointment.)

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4476
Fax: (940) 397-4931
 
 

Contact Information

greg.giddings@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

American literature, masculinites


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Spring 2104 1113  208 and 209  Rhetoric and Composition I    Bea Wood Hall 210

Section 208: TTh at 9:30

Section 209: TTh at 11:00

Details Fall 2103 1113  117 and 119  Rhetoric and Composition I    Dillard College of Business Administration 317

Section 117: TTh at 9:30

Section 119: TTh at 11:00

Details Fall 2014 3503  101  Advanced Survey of Literature    Bea Wood Hall 210

MW: 9:30

Details Fall 2014 2613  x10  Survey of American Literature I    Bea Wood Hall 235

Internet class

Details Fall 2014 1123  112  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 338

TTh 8:00 am

Details Fall 2014 1123  x10  Rhetoric and Composition II    Bea Wood Hall 235

Internet class

Details Summer I 2014 2613  x30  Survey of American Literature I    Bea Wood Hall 235

Internet class

Details Summer I 2014 1123  x30  Rhetoric and Composition II    Bea Wood Hall 235

Internet class

Details Spring 2014 2623  x20  Survey of American Literature II     Internet class
Details Spring 2014 1123  x20  Rhetoric and Composition II    Bea Wood Hall 226

Internet class

Details Fall 2013 3503  101  Advanced Survey of Literature    Dillard College of Business Administration 329

MW: 9:30

Details Fall 2013 2613  x10  Survey of American Literature I    Bea Wood Hall 226

Internet class

Details Fall 2013 1123  x10  Rhetoric and Composition II    Bea Wood Hall 226

Internet class

Details Summer I 2013 2623  x30  Survey of American Literature II     Internet class
Details Spring 2013 2623  x20  Survey of American Literature II     Internet class
Details Spring 2013 1123  213  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 323

TTh 9:30

Details Spring 2013 1123  204  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 329

MWF 10:00

Details Spring 2013 1123  201  Rhetoric and Composition II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 205

8:00 MWF

Details Fall 2012 3503  101  Advanced Survey of Literature    Dillard College of Business Administration 124

MWF: 10:00

Details Fall 2012 2613  x10  Survey of American Literature I    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Fall 2012 1123  102  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 177

MWF 9:00

Details Fall 2012 1123  109  Rhetoric and Composition II    Ferguson Hall 202

TTh: 11:00

Details Summer I 2012 2613  x30  Survey of American Literature I    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Spring 2012 ENGL 6613  270  Masculinities in American Literature    Bea Wood Hall 226

Wednesday night, 6:30 pm

Details Spring 2012 2623  x20  Survey of American Literature II    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Spring 2012 1123  2H1  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 323

TTh: 8:00

Details Fall 2011 2623  101  Survey of American Literature II    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

11:00 MWF

Details Fall 2011 2613  x10  Survey of American Literature I    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Fall 2011 1123  109 and 110  Rhetoric and Composition II    Dillard College of Business Administration 201

TTh: 11:00

TTh: 12:30

Details Summer I 2011 2623  301  Survey of American Literature II    Bea Wood Hall 210

10:10-12:10 M-Th

Details Summer I 2011 2613  x30  Survey of American Literature I    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Summer I 2011 1123  301  Rhetoric and Composition II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 100

M-Th: 8:00-10:00

Details Spring 2011 2623  201  Survey of American Literature II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 205

MWF: 11:00

Details Spring 2011 2623  x20  Survey of American Literature II    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Spring 2011 1123  205 and 211  Rhetoric and Composition II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 201

MWF: 10:00

MWF: 1:00

Details Spring 2011 1123  205 and 211  Rhetoric and Composition II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 201

MWF: 10:00

MWF: 1:00

Details Fall 2010 3503  101  Advanced Survey of Literature    Prothro-Yeager Hall 210

MWF at 10:00

Details Fall 2010 2613  x10  Survey of American Literature I    ( All ) none

Internet class

Details Fall 2010 1123  109 and 110  Rhetoric and Composition II    Ferguson Hall 202

TTh: 11:00

TTh: 12:30




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Midwestern State University BBA 1985 
Midwestern State University MA 1993 
University of Texas-Dallas Ph.D. 2011 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Lamar University  Lecturer  1993  1996
 Midwestern State University  Assistant Professor  1996  Present



Research and Publications

Review of Larry McMurtry and the Victorian Novel, by Roger Walton Jones, Lamar Journal of Humanities, 1996

“Gail Hightower’s Masculinity:  Interrogating Gender in Faulkner’s Light in August,” CCTE Studies, Vol. LXX, 2005

“Poverty Knob,” CCTE Studies, Vol. LXXI, 2006

General Editor, JASAT, Vol. 35, 2004

 

Conference Papers:

“The Jung and the Restless,” Sigma Tau Delta Regional Conference, Lawton, Oklahoma, 1992

“Coaching in the Composition Classroom,” Conference of College Teachers of English, Denton, Texas, 1999

“Bruce Springsteen as Poet,” Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, Texas, 2004

“The Credibility of Jose Enrique de la Pena’s With Santa Anna in Texas,” American Studies Association of Texas, 2004

“Gail Hightower’s Masculinity:  Gender Confusion in Faulkner’s Light in August,” Conference of College Teachers of English, Waco, Texas, 2005

“Hands as Thematic Symbol in Novel and Film:  The Last Picture Show,” American Studies Association of Texas, Wichita Falls, Texas, 2005

“Revulsion and Redemption:  Ignatius J. Reilly in A Confederacy of Dunces,” South Central Modern Language Association, Dallas, Texas, 2006

Friday Night Lights:  Existential Mojo,” American Studies Association of Texas, Waco, Texas, 2006