Mr. David L. O’Dell
- M.A., University of Texas at Austin
- B.A., University of Arkansas-Little Rock
- “A Multi-faceted Study on Mood Choice in Spanish Expressions of Emotion”. Presented at the Second University of Texas Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics, October 13-14, 1989, Austin, Texas.
- “Dialectology and Mood Variation in Spanish Expressions of Emotion”. Presented at Rediscovering America 1492-1992: An Interdisciplinary Conference on the Columbian Quincentenary, at Louisiana State University, February 26-29, 1992, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- “Spanish Comment Matrices: Explaining Mood Variations, Especially Dialectally”. Presented at the TACULS ( Texas Association of College and University Language Supervisors) Language Session at the TFLA ( Texas Foreign Language Association) Fall Conference, October 22, 2005, El Paso, Texas.
- In addition, I have given the following presentations at West Texas TACULS sessions. They were given during the following semesters: Spring 1997 (on TFLA session information, at ASU), Fall 2003 (on teaching Spanish for Law Enforcement Personnel, at Abilene Christian University), Spring 2004 (on a language pedagogy article from a scholarly journal, at Howard Payne University), and Fall 2004 (on specific classroom activities, at McMurry University).