Detailed Information for Linda Hollabaugh

Dr. Linda L. Hollabaugh 
Foreign Languages
 » Associate Professor
Office Location
Bea Wood Hall 111
Office Hours

MW      8:45-9:00; 11:00-1:00; 2:30-3:30

TR       2:00-3:30

F         11:00-11:30

 

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4733
Fax: (940) 397-4832
 
 

Contact Information

linda.hollabaugh@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

20th Century Spanish-American Literature

Contemporary Spanish-American Women Writers

History and Culture of Spain and Spanish America

Spanish-American Colonial Literature

Romance Linguistics

Spanish and Spanish-American Music


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2014 3533  101  Survey of Spanish-American Literature 1     
Details Fall 2014 2133  101, 102  Intermediate Spanish I    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2014 2133  103  Intermediate Spanish I    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Spring 2014 3013    Spanish Civilization      
Details Spring 2014 2233  201,202  Intermediate Spanish II     
Details Spring 2014 2233  203  Intermediate Spanish II     
Details Fall 2013 4433  101  Advanced Comprehensive Skills    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2013 2133  101, 102  Intermediate Spanish I    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2013 2133  103  Intermediate Spanish I    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Spring 2013 2233  201, 202  Intermediate Spanish II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Spring 2013 2233  203  Intermediate Spanish II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2012 2133  101 & 102  Intermediate Spanish I    Bea Wood Hall 204

Section 101 MWF 9-9:50

Section 102 MWF 10-10:50

Details Spring 2012 3013  101  Spanish Civilization    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Spring 2012 2233  101, 102, 103  Intermediate Spanish II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2011 4433  170  Advanced Comprehensive Language Skills    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Fall 2011 2133  101, 102, 103  Spanish    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204
Details Spring 2011 3003  280  Introduction to Hispanic Literature    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204

TR 5:00-6:20

Details Spring 2011 2233  201, 202, 203  Intermediate Spanish II    Prothro-Yeager Hall 204

MWF 9:00-9:50

MWF 10:00-10:50

MW 1:00-2:20




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Texas Tech University Ph.D., in Spanish with minors in French and Romance Linguistics  
Texas Tech University M. A., in Spanish with minors in French and German  
Texas Tech University B. A., magna cum laude, major-Spanish, minors-French & German  



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Texas Tech University  Teaching Assistant, Spanish & German  1973  1975
 Levelland Junior High School  Teacher of Spanish, French, German, & English  1975  1977
 Texas Tech University  Part-Time Instructor, Spanish & French  1983  1986
 Midland College  Part-Time Instructor, Spanish & French  1986  1988
 Robert E. Lee High School; Midland, Texas  Teacher, French  1988  1989
 Midwestern State University  Assistant Professor, Department of Foreign Languages  1989  present
 Midwestern State University  Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages  1995  present



Research and Publications

 

Publications in refereed journals

“English Language Learners in the Elementary Music Classroom:  Reflections from Teachers and English Language Learners,” with Kathy Scherler, Faculty Papers, Midwestern State University, Series 3, Vol. XVII  2006-2009, p. 73-86.

“Task-based Student-centered Communicative Grammar Activities,” Texas Foreign Language Association Bulletin, Vol. XII, No. 1, 2001 with Adalberto García.

“Living with Accountability:  One Department’s Experience,”  Faculty Papers, Midwestern State University, Series 3, Vol. XIV, 1997-2000, with Adalberto García.

“Isabella and La Malinche: Two Women, One New World.”  Faculty Papers.  Wichita Falls: Midwestern State University, 1995.  Series 3, Vol. XII.  61-69.

“Daniel Moyano’s Libro de navíos y borrascas: The Expression of Territorial Exile.”  The Literature of Emigration and Exile.  Studies in Comparative Literature, Number 23.  Ed. James Whitlark and Wendell Aycock.  Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1992, 143-155.

Book review in Hispania, Vol. 74, March, 1991-92.  “Egert, Gottfried.  Die Sprachliche Stellung des Katalanischen auf Grund Seiner Lautentwicklung: Mit Berücksichtigung des Altanquedokische, Aragonesischen, Gaskonischen und Spanischen.”  Frankfurt/Main:  Haag und Herschen, 1988.

Papers delivered

“English Language Learners in the Elementary Music Classroom:  Reflections from Teachers and English Language Learners”, with Dr. Kathy Scherler, Midwestern State University Faculty Forum, April 1, 2008. 

“Otredad en La otra mano de Lepanto”, 40th Annual Conference, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Mérida, Mexico, March 14, 2007.

“Soñar la vida y vivir la vida: disimulación, simulación y autenticidad en La señora de los sueños de Sara Sefchovich”, 38th Annual Conference, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Vera Cruz, Mexico, March 11, 2005.

El trino del diablo:  una sátira alegórica basada en el exilio interno,” 37th Annual Conference, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, San Antonio, Texas, March 20,2004.

“El malestar chileno en Antigua vida mía de Marcela Serrano,” 35 th Annual Conference,  Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Morelia, Mexico, March 15, 2002.

“Task-based Student-centered Communicative Grammar Activities,” Texas Foreign Language Association Fall Conference, November 3, 2000, prepared with and presented by Adalberto García

Mal de amores; bien de amores,” 33rd Annual Conference, Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Puebla, Mexico, March 9, 2000.

“Living with Accountability: One Department’s Experience,” MSU Faculty Forum, November 3, 1998, with Adalberto García.

“Spanish Program Self-Study at MSU,” Texas Foreign Language Association Fall Conference, November 1, 1997, with Adalberto García.

“The Portrayal of Queen Isabella and La Malinche in Hispanic Letters.”  South Central Modern Language Association, October, 1993.

“Queen Isabella and La Malinche: Two Women, One New World.”  Faculty Forum, MSU, December 1, 1992.

“Daniel Moyano’s Libro de navíos y borrascas: The Expression of Territorial Exile.”    Comparative Literature Symposium, Texas Tech University, January, 1991.

 

Artistic presentations

“Federico García Lorca and the Popular Songs of Spain,” faculty recital/lecture, Lamar D. Fain College of Fine Arts, Department of Music, Midwestern State University, Akin Auditorium, April 11, 2010.

“Federico García Lorca and the Popular Songs of Spain,” invited recital/lecture, Blinn College,  October 26, 2008.

“An Evening of Spanish Song”, voice recital of  “seguidillas” by Fernando Sor, with Spanish guitarist, Bruce Canafax, November, 2006.