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Natalie thinks about connections between the construction of religious subjecthood and the construction of race in plays across time, with particular focus on medieval English drama and contemporary Latinx drama. She is an associate instructor for the Undergraduate Writing Program, and in Fall 2020, she will also be TAing for ENL 155A. For the 2020-2021 school year, she is a co-chair of the English Graduate Student Association.
Most days, she can be found having fruitless conversations with her cat, Bean, about the phenomenology of feline existence, and dreaming up ways to make all of her Zoom classes into puppet shows.