Loyola University Maryland

Modern Languages & Literatures

Dr. Margaret Austin Haggstrom

Professor of French, Emerita

Maryland Hall 458


  • University of Texas (Austin), M.A.
  • University of Minnesota, Ph.D.

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Eighteenth Century French Literature
  • Foreign language pedagogy

Service, Activities, and Memberships in Academic Societies


College Activities (Representative assignments)

Memberships in Academic Societies

  • American Association of Teachers of French
  • American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
  • Northeast Conference Advisory Council
  • Maryland Foreign Language Association


Book-length publications

Dr. Haggstrom is currently working with four co-authors from other universities on a beginning and intermediate college-level French language programs to be published by Prentice Hall in 2012.  Each program includes a textbook, DVDs, online and paper student workbook, a program specific website, instructor's resource manual and test bank.

Spring 2021 Newsletter

Fall 2021 Course List

Spring 2021 Office Hours

Due to the Corona Virus, we are working partly on campus.

Doria Diacogiannis


Loyola taught Doria to seize every opportunity available to her, whether that be undertaking a psychology major with a double minor in Spanish and English, being involved on campus, or volunteering

Psychology, English, Modern Languages and Literatures