Natalie K. Eschenbaum is Dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington, Tacoma, as well as Professor of English. She teaches Shakespeare, renaissance English literature, first-year seminars, and writing. Her research focuses on sensation studies and affect theory (specifically the affect of disgust) in early modern literature. She is author of a number of articles and chapters on Shakespeare and the secular and religious poet Robert Herrick, and she is co-editor of Disgust in Early Modern English Literature (Routledge 2016).


PhD in English, Emory University (2006)

BA in English, Tulane University (1997)

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