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B.A., Comparative Literature,, University of Iowa, 1996
M.A., History, University of Iowa, 1997
A.M., History, Brown University, 1998
Ph.D., History, Brown University, 2008
Andrew Romig is a professor of European medieval studies, specializing in the transformations of culture and society during the Carolingian late-eighth, ninth, and early-tenth centuries. He has written and taught on such wide-ranging subjects as the history of gender, the history of emotion, medieval Latin and vernacular comparative literature, the history of ethical philosophy and philanthropy, memory, travel and movement, spirituality, historical and literary theory, and the visual arts. Professor Romig's first book, Be A Perfect Man: Christian Masculinity and the Carolingian Aristocracy, was published by the University of Pennsylvania Press in 2017. He is currently at work on a translation of an important early medieval treatise on representational art (“King Charles's Book Against the Synod”), along with a companion volume for the teaching and research of this text, both for the University of Toronto Press. Professor Romig was awarded a 2014-2015 team-teaching grant from the NYU Humanities Initiative and won a 2013–2014 faculty fellowship from the NYU Humanities Initiative.
Andrew Romig's Be a Perfect Man: Christian Masculinity and the Carolingian Aristocracy was released from the University of Pennsylvania Press in September 2017.
Andrew Romig's Be A Perfect Man: Christian Masculinity and the Carolingian Aristocracy was published by University of Pennsylvania Press.
late antique, medieval, and early modern cultural studies; comparative Latin and vernacular literature; history of emotion, gender, spirituality, visual arts; historical and literary theory