Katie Piper Greulich is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of English at Michigan State University and the Academic Collaborations and Engagement Coordinator at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. Her graduate research traces the circulation of ecological science among 20th-century modernist aesthetics. In her work at the MSU Broad, Katie fosters interdisciplinary collaboration among campus and museum partners to explore the problems that contemporary art makes visible. She has taught a wide variety of courses in literature, humanities, writing, and film studies. Her work is forthcoming in Modernism/modernity and CR: The New Centennial Review.