Visiting Predoctoral Fellow (Mar 2016-Jul 2016)
MRes, Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University
Noam Andrews is an architect and doctoral candidate in the Department of the History of Science at Harvard University. He has degrees in architecture from Cornell University and the Architectural Association (London), and has been a visiting scholar at Villa I Tatti, Florence and a Jane and Morgan Whitney Fellow in the Department of Drawings and Prints at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His dissertation centers on the prominence of polyhedral geometry within “mixed mathematics” during the long 16th century, materialized in the form of drawings, lavishly executed graphic models, intarsia, and turned ivory.