Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of English
Katherine Greulich
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Headshot 2017.jpg20th Century Literature and Film l Media Studies l Ecocriticism

Email: greulic4@msu.edu

M.A. University of Cincinnati
B.A. Centre College

Katie Piper Greulich is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of English at Michigan State University, specializing in Euro-American modernism and media studies. Her dissertation investigates the intersections of modern literature, film and ecological science in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This study involves an interdisciplinary research agenda, including readings in aesthetics, psychology, ecology, critical theory, media studies and, of course, literature. Her work is forthcoming in Postmodern Culture and CR: The New Centennial Review. She is a recipient of the 2018-2019 John A. Yunck Endowed Scholarship. 


“Revising the Pastoral, Revising the “I/eye”: The Pastoral Speaker in Louise Glück’s A Village Life.The CEA Critic. 75.3 (November 2013) 250-257.


Michigan State
ENG142: Introduction to Popular Literary Genres
IAH207: Integrated Arts and Humanities
WRA150: Evolution of American Thought

Jackson College
20th Century American Literature, Lead Faculty
Short Story and Novel
English Composition I and II
Developmental Writing
First-Year Seminar

University of Cincinnati
English Composition I and II
Intermediate Composition: Moving as Composing