Noah Heringman Awarded NEH Scholarly Editions Grant

Just announced, Noah Heringman has been awarded an NEH Scholarly Editions Grant! The grant, which is a $286K award over 3 years, supports Professor Heringman in creating an open-access digital edition of the first three volumes of Vetusta Monumenta, a series of prints and essays published by the Society of Antiquaries of London from 1718 to 1806 (visit Vetusta Monumenta here). His co-director is Crystal Lake (MU English PhD 2008), who is an Associate Professor at Wright State University.

Professor Heringman and Professor Lake will lead the effort to complete the commentaries for volumes 1-3 of Vetusta Monumenta, published between 1718 and 1796.  They will be coordinating/receiving contributions from three other members of their editorial team and other scholarly contributors. Heringman and Lake will also be working closely with the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture at USC, and their edition uses the platform they developed, Scalar.  Members of the editorial team include Kristen Schuster, Digital Humanities, King's College London (a 2016 PhD from MU's SISLT), Matthew Reeve, Art History, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, and Katharina Boehm, English, University of Regensburg in Germany. Read the full NEH press release with details about the grant and other recipients here.