Noah Heringman Wins "Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity"

Professor Noah Heringman has been awarded the Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity. This award recognizes two mid-career faculty per year who have made outstanding contributions in research and/or creative activity and have great promise for achieving wider recognition. Professor Heringman has diverse reserach interests that reach from Romanticism to aesthetic theory to the history of science. His latest book, Sciences of Antiquity: Romantic Antiquarianism, Natural History, and Knowledge Work, was published in 2013 by Oxford University Press. In 2014-2015, Professor Heringman began work on a new monograph project, Deep Time and the Prehistoric Turn, which was supported by fellowships from the Huntington Library and the National Humanities Center.  He currently is named the Catherine Paine Middlebush Professor of English at the University of Missouri. To learn more about Professor Heringman's latest research, publications, and teaching, visit his faculty bio page