Natalie K. Eschenbaum is professor of English and division chair of arts and humanities at St. Catherine University. 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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