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Visiting Assistant Professor

Natalie Shibley is writing a manuscript about race, homosexuality investigations, and notions of disease in the U.S. military from the 1940s to 1990s. Her research has been supported by the William Nelson Cromwell Foundation, the U.S. Army Military History Institute, the Schlesinger Library, and Cornell University Library, among other sources. Dr. Shibley earned a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was the first recipient of a joint doctoral degree in Africana Studies & History.

Areas of research and teaching specialization include: History of gender and sexuality; African American history; history of medicine and public health; military history; and science and technology studies. Prior to coming to Northeastern, Professor Shibley was Visiting Assistant Professor at Wesleyan University.

Du Bois-Wells Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize, African American Intellectual History Society, 2018

Research Support Grant, Schlesinger Library, Harvard University, 2022
Early Career Scholar Fellowship, William Nelson Cromwell Foundation and American Society for Legal History, 2019

  • Education

    PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Africana Studies & History

  • Contact

  • Address

    259 Holmes Hall

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