Hannah Rogers will be a Research Fellow at the Bard Graduate Center from September through December 2013. She was previously an Instructor in the Department of Engineering and Society in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia and a First-Year Writing Seminar Instructor at Cornell University. Rogers received her A.B. with highest distinction in English and Public Policy from Duke University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Science & Technology Studies from Cornell University. Her recent publications include “Art or Science? The Practices of Tactical Media,” in Lisa M. Dolling, ed., Science, Technology, and the Humanities: A New Synthesis (Stevens Institute of Technology, 2011) and “Amateur Knowledge: Public Art and Citizen Science,” Configurations 19:1 (2011): 101-115. During her time at the University of Virginia, Rogers co-curated the exhibit “Making Science Visible: The Photography of Bernice Abbott” the Fralin Art Museum (Fall 2012). While in residence at the BGC, Rogers will work on a book-length project based on her doctoral dissertation, The Practices of Art and Science. As part of this project, she will utilize the archives of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to conduct research on Edward Steichen’s 1936 exhibition of delphiniums at MoMA.
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