Noam Andrews is a historian and curator whose teaching and research interests lie in early modern history of science and its intersection with visual and material culture. He has been the recipient of fellowships from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Villa I Tatti–Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, and the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, and has curated exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum and Harvard University. Recent articles include “Recalibrating Tabula III: Kepler’s Mysterious Polyhedral Model,” Journal for the History of Astronomy (August 2017); Albrecht Dürer’s personal Underweysung,” Word & Image: A Journal of Verbal/Visual Enquiry (2016); “The Space of Knowledge: Artisanal epistemology and Bernard Palissy,” RES: Journal of Anthropology and Aesthetics (2015); and “The Architectural Gesture,” Log (2015). Andrews received his AM and PhD in the History of Science from Harvard University. He holds an Mres in Humanities and Cultural Studies from Birkbeck, University of London, and degrees in architecture from Cornell University and the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, where he taught as Diploma Master from 2007-2010.
B.F.A. Architecture, Cornell University, 2003 M.Res Humanities and Cultural Studies, Birkbeck, University of London, 2009 A.M. History of Science, Harvard University, 2012 Ph.D. History of Science, Harvard University, 2016