A little about me…

Natalie Whitaker earned her B.A. in History with emphases in Latin, German, and Anthropology and her M.A. in Literature from Missouri State University. After gaining experience teaching college composition courses, she realized how much she loved working with students on their research and decided to pursue a degree in Library Science. She earned her M.L.I.S. from the University of Missouri, specializing in digital humanities, rare books, and academic libraries. Natalie is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Saint Louis University finishing her dissertation on women’s anger in early medieval English literature, looking at how philosophical and morality ethics influence the gendering and politics of anger. Natalie has fallen in love with the St. Louis community and plans on pursuing her library career in St. Louis and being a part of building bridges between the community and educational institutions. 

In her free time she enjoys outdoor activities like horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, and playing with her dog Sigemund (AKA “Ziggy”). She enjoys reading books of all kinds and share them on this blog!

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