Hannah Star Rogers is an Art and Science Studies scholar, curator, and poet. She received her Ph.D. at Cornell University in Science & Technology Studies, where her research concerned the intersection of art and science, particularly critiques of science in contemporary art.
Her scholarly publications have appeared in Configurations, Photomediations, and A New Synthesis. Her curatorial project, Making Science Visible: The Photography of Berenice Abbott, received an exhibits prize from the British Society for the History of Science. She gave an invited lecture at the Smithsonian Archives of American Art on the installation, and her students designed a synergistic outreach event, in cooperation with the Fralin Museum of Art and the School for Engineering and Applied Science, for girls on physics and photography. She has taught at Columbia University and the University of Virginia.
Rogers’ poetry and literary reviews have appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Tupelo Quarterly, The Archive, The Carolina Quarterly, and Catch & Release. Her art and book reviews regularly appear in Leonardo. She has received the Acadia National Park Service Writing Residency and was an Artist-in-Residence at ArtHub in Kingman, AZ.