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Natalie Monzyk, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Courses Taught

ENGL 1500: The Process of Composition; ENGL 1900: Advanced Strategies of Rhetoric and Research; ENGL 4000: Professional Writing


B.A. in English, Missouri State University
M.A. in English, Missouri State University
Ph.D. in English, Saint Louis University with Graduate Minor in Women's and Gender Studies

Research Interests

  • Pedagogy
  • Gender Studies
  • Medical Humanities
  • British Long Nineteenth Century

Publications and Media Placements

Select Publications, Conferences, and Media Placements

"Of All the Parasites that Affect Humanity: Treatments of Fatness and Hysteria in Florence Marryat's The Blood of the Vampire." Textual Revolutions, Saint Louis University, Oct. 2022. 

"Public Policy Schools Must Teach Future Leaders about Today's Anti-Semitism." INSIGHT Into Diversity, Feb. 2020. 

"'The Scientific Evolution of Morals': Marriage and Evolution in the Works of Eliza Lynn Linton and Grant Allen." Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference, Dallas, TX. 2019.  

"Student Conferences." Eloquentia Perfecta Ex Machina, season 2, episode 4, Saint Louis University English Department, 2018. 

"'A Sanction for Her Own Course': The English Woman's Journal and Women's Struggle for Epistemic Credibility in Medicine." Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference, Lincoln, NE, 2016.

Honors and Awards

  • Fournier Award for Teaching Excellence. Saint Louis University, 2019.
  • Certificate: Quality Matters: Applying the QM Rubric in Online and Blended Classes. Fall 2018
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching Academy Fellow. Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Saint Louis University. 2017-2018.