Spring 2013 Courses:
Graduate Teaching Assistant for HSTR 160 - Modern World History
Office: Wilson 2-163
Background and Research Interests
Natalie Scheidler started the PhD program at MSU in August 2010. She received a B.S. in history from Northern Michigan University in 2005, and an M.A. in English, specializing in Cultural Studies and British and American Literature, from Kansas State University in 2007. Her research interests include issues of race, class, and gender in U.S. history and literature, and she is currently specializing in U.S. feminist history.
Graduate Leadership Award, 2012
College of Letters and Science, Graduate Student Travel Award, 2012