about Noah Heringman

Noah Heringman teaches courses on the Romantic period and on poetry, aesthetic theory, and the cultural history of science. His publications include Romantic Rocks, Aesthetic Geology (Cornell University Press, 2004); an edited volume, Romantic Science: The Literary Forms of Natural History (SUNY Press, 2003); and essays in Representations, Studies in Romanticism, SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, and other journals, as well as numerous book chapters. Heringman's latest book, Sciences of Antiquity: Romantic Antiquarianism, Natural History, and Knowledge Work, was published in 2013 by Oxford University Press. Romantic Antiquarianism, a volume co-edited with Crystal B. Lake, appeared in June 2014, and another collaborative project, a digital edition of Vetusta Monumenta (co-edited with Lake, Katharina Boehm, and Matthew Reeve), is underway. His work has been supported by year-long fellowships from the Huntington Library and from the National Humanities Center, where he spent 2014-2015 working on a new monograph project, Deep Time and the Prehistoric Turn.




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Address: 326 Tate
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211


Email: heringmann@missouri.edu
Phone: 573-882-0667

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