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About Natalie K. Eschenbaum, PhD

Natalie K. Eschenbaum earned her B.A. in English (minor in Philosophy) from Tulane University (1997) and her Ph.D. in English from Emory University (2006). Her research focuses on sensation studies and affect theory (specifically the affect of disgust) in early modern English literature. She publishes on Shakespeare and seventeenth-century poets, including Robert Herrick. She was Professor of English, Chair of English, and Chair of Faculty Senate at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, through 2020. She began at St. Catherine University as Professor of English and Division Chair of Arts and Humanities (Art/Art History, English/International Language & Literature, History/International Studies, Philosophy, Theology, and Music) in 2020. She served on the MLA's (Modern Language Association) ADE (Association of Departments of English) Executive Committee and was President in 2021.

Positions

Present Professor (Divisional Chair of the Arts and Humanities), St. Catherine University Arts and Humanities
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2021 - Present President, Association of Departments of English (ADE)
2019 - Present Executive Committee Member, Association of Departments of English (ADE)
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Honors and Awards

  • 2021 - Denny Prize for Distinction in Writing (Honorable Mention)

Education

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August 1997 - August 2006 PhD, Emory University ‐ English
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August 1994 - May 1997 BA, Tulane University ‐ English
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Presentations (9)

Publications (12)