Instructor and Librarian
For a complete CV please visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/natwhitaker/
Under Review for Publication
“Owner of a Lonely Heart: Reading the Occult in Nineteenth Century Missouri.” Under Review with Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP) Journal.
“The Privilege of Rage: Power and Anger in Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde” Under Review with Studies in the Age of Chaucer.
“Applying Disability Rhetoric to Dwarfs in Popular Culture: From Old Norse Mythology to A Song of Ice and Fire” Under Review with Disability Studies Quarterly.
2021 “For noble Britons sprong from Trojans bold”: Mimicry in Derek Walcott’s Omeros and the Medieval Myth of New Troy” Quimbandas.
2020 Collaborating translator. Beowulf By All. Punctum Books. Edited by Jean Annott, Elaine Treharne with Mateusz Fafinski. (2020).
2014 “Petrarch: Letters on Familiar Matters.” Journal of the Johnson Library and Museum 8 (2014): 41-44.
2013 “The First Crusade: Pagan Virtues as Crusade Justification.” LOGOS: A Journal of Undergraduate Research 6 (2013): 91-100. EbscoHost.
2020 Review of Preaching Apocrypha in Anglo-Saxon England by Brandon Hawk. Digital Philology. Spring 2021. Solicited.
2016 Review of The Manly Priest: Clerical Celibacy, Masculinity, and Reform in England and Normandy, 1066-1300, by Jennifer D. Thibodeaux. Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies.
Audio and Digital Publications
2021- Blog Manager and Author: Kristine Kay Hasse Memorial Library Blog. https://csl.libguides.com/blog
2019 Podcast Contributor. “Gaming — A Coup: Video Gaming in Rhetoric Courses.” Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina. 2019 May 3. https://www.eloquentiaexmachina.com/#ep4.x
2019 Podcast Contributor. “Building Credibility in the Classroom” Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina. 2019 February 14. https://www.eloquentiaexmachina.com/#ep4.2
2019 Podcast Contributor. “The (Witch)Craft of Writing: Rituals” Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina Podcast. 2018 October 31. https://www.eloquentiaexmachina.com/#ep3.4
2018 Podcast Contributor. “The (Witch)Craft of Writing: Magic as Language” Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina Podcast. 2018 October 25. https://www.eloquentiaexmachina.com/#ep3.3
2018 Podcast Contributor. “Social Media in the Classroom” Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina Podcast. 2018 September 26. https://www.eloquentiaexmachina.com/#ep3.1
2017 Whitaker, Natalie. “The Influence of Medieval Design on the Arts and Crafts Movement,” WUSTL Digital Gateway Image Collections & Exhibitions. 2017 August. http://omeka.wustl.edu/omeka/exhibits/show/medieval-influence-on-the-arts/intro
2015 Bergner, Amy, Danielle Dyer, Kyla Richtman, and Natalie Whitaker. “Top Ten Technologies for Academic Libraries.” Emerging Technologies Collection. (December 2015). MOSpace.
2021 “Beowulf and the Power of Women’s Anger.” 55th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2021.
2020 Invited Speaker: “The Margins, the Reader, and Angry Women: A DH Project.” Walter J. Ong, S.J., Center for Digital Humanities Brown Bag Series. Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO. Fall 2020.
2021 Invited Speaker: “Owner of a Lonely Heart: Reading the Occult in Nineteenth Century Missouri.” Thomas Moore Johnson Symposium, Missouri State University, Springfield, MO. November 2019.
2019 “With Heat in my Heart: Anger, Affect, and the Anglo-Saxon Apocrypha.” 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2019.
2018 Invited Panelist: Graduate Seminar, English 5010: Teaching Writing, Panel: “Building Teacherly Ethos: Authority and Gender in the Classroom”, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. November 2018.
2018 “The Privilege of Rage: Power and Anger in Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde.” 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2018.
2017 “A Heated Heart and Miserable Mind: Reading Anger in Anglo-Saxon Texts” Saint Louis University English Department’s Textual Revolutions Series. St. Louis, MO. November 2017.
2017 “Dwarves and Disability: Exploring Norse Literature through Disability Studies.” 24th International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK. July 2017.
2017 ‘Ides Aglaecwif: A New Perspective on Gender Relations and Anger in Anglo-Saxon Texts.” 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2017.
Current Digital Humanities Projects
Missouri and Early Modern Missouri (MEMMO) – Saint Louis University Project Leader https://memmo.omeka.net/
GramBites – Saint Louis University Project Leader
Textual Analysis and Crowdsourcing.
Unbound – Saint Louis University
Textual and Reader Analysis System for Libraries.
Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Mo.
English 3470 – Introduction to Shakespeare (Co-Taught)
English 2750/Film Studies 2700 – Film, Culture, and Literature/Introduction to Film: Power and Monstrosity (Moved to online in March due to COVID-19 pandemic)
English 2550 – Gender, Identity, and Literature
English 2450 – Nature, Ecology, and Literature: Enchantresses and Witches
English 1900 – Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research: Media, Technology, and Rhetoric
English 1900 – Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research: Gender, Identity and Rhetoric
English 1900 – Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research
Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield, Mo.
English 102 – Composition II (Online and Seated Courses)
English 101 – Composition I (Online and Seated Courses)
English 050 – Foundation of College Writing
English 040 – Introduction to Writing
Saint Louis Community College, St. Louis, Mo.
English 103 – Report Writing (Online Courses)
English 102 – Composition II (Online Courses)
English 101 – Composition I (Online and Seated Courses)
Missouri State University, Springfield, Mo.
English 210 – Writing II: Writing Across the Disciplines (Online and Seated Courses)
English 110 – Writing I
English 100 – Introduction to College Composition
GET IN TOUCH
Natalie is always available for side collaborations and consulting. If you want to chat about tutoring options, writing, books, or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.