Natalie Prizel

Visiting Assistant Professor of Literature

Primary Academic Program: Literature

Academic Program Affiliation(s): Gender and Sexuality Studies, Victorian Studies

Biography:

B.A., University of Maryland, College Park; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale University. Professor Prizel’s teaching interests include Victorian literature and culture, Victorian visual art, queer theory and sexuality studies, disability studies, performance, ethics, and aesthetics. Her publications include “The Non-Taxonomical Mayhew,” in Victorian Studies; “‘The Dead Man Come to Life Again’: Edward Albert and the Strategies of Black Endurance,” forthcoming in Victorian Literature and Culture; and “Disability Theory, Queer Time, and ‘We Other Victorians,’” in V21 collective. She is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships from Yale University, including a Leylan Fellowship, Graduate Student Fellowship, and Yale Center for British Art travel grant; and the University of Maryland. At Bard since 2016.

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