Katie is an Assistant Professor of Art History at Dartmouth College, where she teaches courses in European art and visual culture from the 18th to the 20th centuries. She studied art history and French at UC Berkeley and then earned herPhD in art history at the University of Michigan, where she specialized in 19th-century French art and visual culture.  Katie has been the recipient of several fellowships including a Fulbright and an American Council of Learned Societies postdoctoral fellowship. Her current book project focuses on the relationships between visual representations of war, emergent modes of visual production across a range of media, and structures of political power from the French Revolution through the Crimean War.