Dr. Kim Bowman, Associate Professor of Modern Languages
B.A., Southwest Missouri State College; M.A. (2), Ph.D., University of Arkansas


Farrar Hall, 331
kbowman@.mcneese.edu
(337) 475-5331

SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
• Faculty Senator
Faculty Sponsor/Facilitator, student organization “The Spanish Club: Los Rancheros”
• Faculty Sponsor, "McNeese in Mexico" Program

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
• Spanish Language, Literature and Culture
• Foreign Language Pedagogy
• Comparative (lit & psychology) and World Literature (20th century)
• German Language and Literature
• Computer-assisted Language Learning

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS
coming soon

SELECTED WORKS
• “Technologische Entwicklungen im Fremdprachlehren und -Lernen.” Bonn, Germany (2001)
• “Vowel Sound Production: A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted and Traditional Teaching” (2000)
• La voz quejosa de Silvina Bullrich, IFH, Summer, 1993, Saltillo, Mexico
• “American Icarus in Morrison, Roth, Updike.” Perspectives on Contemporary Literature, VIII, University of Kentucky (1983)

“Kafkaesque Ambiguity in Bellow’s Seize the Day.” McNeese Review, Summer, 1982.