Natalie Rose Thompson is a PhD student who studies eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature; space, place, and recursive movement in British novels; feminist narrative theories; intertextuality and rewriting; and gender and sexuality theory. She is currently working on a dissertation tentatively entitled “Liminal Domesticity: Returning to the Threshold in the Nineteenth-Century Novel.” Natalie is originally from Austin, Texas, and loves Austin breakfast tacos and Austen juvenilia.
“Home at the Crossroads: Remaking the Domestic in The Female American,” East-Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Crossroads and Divergences, 24-26 October 2019, Gettysburg PA.
“‘Maintaining her own way’: Persuasion’s Female Travelers,” University of Michigan’s Nineteenth-Century Forum graduate student conference, Mapping Austen’s World, 19-20 January 2018, Ann Arbor, MI.
“‘Novel’ Collections: Austen, Re-assemblage and Re-writing,” UVA GESA graduate student conference, Making and Collecting, 7-8 April 2017, Charlottesville, VA.
Novel, Narrative, 18th C British, 19th C British, Women and Gender Studies
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