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Dr. Kim Bowman, Associate Professor of Modern Languages

Dr. Kim Bowman, Associate Professor of Modern Languages

B.A., Southwest Missouri State College; M.A. (2), Ph.D., University of Arkansas

Kim Bowman ENFL

Kaufman Hall, 309A

(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

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 BullrichIFH, Saltillo, Mexico (Summer 1993)
  • "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)