Natrah has taught a range of courses from foundation to undergraduate modules in public and private universities in Malaysia and abroad. She was previously affiliated with King AbdulAziz University (KAU) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), and SEGI University Malaysia. Natrah holds a Master's Degree from the University of Malaya and is pursuing a Doctorate Degree at the School of Language Studies and Linguistics (SOLLS), National University Malaysia.
Natrah's research interests are broadly focused on the use of language beyond context, including the research on how ideas, concepts, and people are represented through language. She is particularly interested in applying the Critical Discourse Studies (CDS) approach to explore and investigate the ways in which systemic power, dominance, and inequality are enacted, reproduced, and resisted through language.
Natrah Noor, and Bahiyah Abdul Hamid, Normalis Hamzah (2022) The Myth of Choice in Maryam Lee's Unveiling Choice. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies., Vol. 22 Issue 4, p59-75. 17p.
Natrah Noor, and Bahiyah Abdul Hamid (2021) Cyberbullying in the name of God : critical discourse analysis of online responses to the act of de-hijabbing in Malaysia. 3L; Language,Linguistics and Literature,The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies., 27 (4). pp. 215-229. ISSN 0128-5157
Natrah, N. and Hamid, B.A. (2019) Representation of Sex Workers in Malaysian Media: Critical Discourse Analysis. In: Proceeding of International Conference on Humanities (ICH 2019)
Natrah, N. (2018) Beyond Language Support: The Impact of English Mentoring Programme on Tertiary-Level Student Mentors. In: Proceeding of 27th MELTA International Conference
Natrah, N. (2015) Self-Other Representation of Sex Workers in Malaysia (Unpublished master's dissertation), University of Malaya, Malaysia