Dave Linebarger

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Dr Dave Linebarger

linebarg@nsuok.edu

  • PROFESSOR
    Humanities

Office Location

  • Tahlequah
    FA 305
    (918) 444-2708

Bio

After leaving a career in music (classical guitar) because of a hand injury, David Linebarger earned a Ph.D. in English at the University of California, Davis. His publications include numerous flash nonfiction pieces on tennis and contemporary art, scholarly articles on Wallace Stevens and Modern Music, poetry in over 25 journals, and two chapbooks: War Stories (Pudding House) and Bed of Light (Finishing Line Press). His current book project is entitled Tennis Players as Works of Art.

Education:

  • Ph D,English Literature,University of California, Davis,,1995
  • BA,Music,San Jose State University,,1982
Contemporary Art
20th Century American Poetry
Music and Literature
Tennis History

Interdisciplinary Humanities
Comparative Religions
Contemporary Poetry and Sports Writing

Performances:

  • - July 2014, Poetry - Book, ()
  • - August 2019, Nonfiction - Online Journal, ()
  • - September 2018, Nonfiction - Online Journal, (NYC)
  • - September 2018, Nonfiction - Online Journal, ()
  • - September 2018, Nonfiction - Online Journal, (NYC)
  • - September 2018, Nonfiction - Online Journal, (NYC)
  • - November 2012, Poetry - Print Journal, ()

Intellectual Content:

  • "Roger Federer and Myron's Discus Thrower," with art by Hazel Soan (Regular Column in Journal or Newspaper), Discovery, Published, March, 2020
  • "In Memoriam: Vitas Gerulaitis," Art by Joan LeMay (Regular Column in Journal or Newspaper), Discovery, Published, May, 2020
  • "Li Na" with art by Debra Di Blasi (Regular Column in Journal or Newspaper), Discovery, Accepted, May, 2020
  • "Pete Sampras and Nirvana" (Regular Column in Journal or Newspaper), Discovery, Accepted, January (1st Quarter/Winter), 2020

Presentations:

  • "Teaching Korea Through Korean Short Stories" - HERA - Chicago - April 2009
  • "Anime in Interdisciplinary Humanities Courses" - National Association for Humanities Education - San Francisco, CA - March 2007

Courses Taught:

  • MODERN CULTURES - HUM 2223 - Fall 2020
  • INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY - PHIL 1013 - Fall 2020
  • COMPARATIVE RELIGION - REL 2553 - Spring 2020
  • ANCIENT CULTURES - HUM 2113 - Spring 2020