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Natalie Eschenbaum

Specialty area(s)

Early Modern British Literature, including Shakespeare

Current courses at UWL

UWL 100 (First Year Seminar)


Ph.D. in English, Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
B.A. in English, Tulane University (New Orleans, LA)

Teaching history

ENG 110 (College Writing I)
ENG 112 (College Writing I AP)
ENG 203 (British Literature I)
ENG 301 (Foundations for Literary Study)
ENG 362 (English Renaissance)
ENG 363 (Shakespeare I)
ENG 364 (Shakespeare II)
ENG 464 (Milton)
ENG 484 (Capstone for Literary Study)

UWL 100 (First Year Seminar)

Research and publishing

Eschenbaum, Natalie and Barbara Correll, Ed. Disgust in Early Modern English Literature. New York: Routledge, 2016  - includes co-authored (with Barbara Correll) introduction and authored chapter, "Desiring Disgust in Robert Herrick's Epigrams."

Eschenbaum, Natalie. "Juliet's Narcissism." Société Française Shakespeare 34 (2015).

Eschenbaum, Natalie. "Robert Herrick and the Five (or Six) Senses." The Senses in Early Modern England, 1558-1660. Ed. Simon Smith, Jacqueline Watson, and Amy Kenny. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2015.