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Dr. Marice Rose

Associate Professor of Visual & Performing Arts
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Marice Rose graduated from Fairfield with a BA in French literature and Art History, and holds a PhD in Art History from Rutgers University. She is currently Director of the Art History and Studio Art Programs. Her articles, published in journals such as Woman's Art Journal, New England Classical Journal, Art Education, and The International Journal of the Classical Tradition, focus on images of women and slaves in late Roman domestic decoration, as well as on classical reception and art history pedagogy. Her co-edited book (with Alison Poe), Receptions of Antiquity, Constructions of Gender in European Art, 1300-1600, was published in June 2015 by Brill. She is now working with colleague Katherine Schwab on the exhibition Hair in the Classical World, which will take place at the Bellarmine Museum of Art in the fall. Dr. Rose has an active conference schedule, presenting her work nationally and internationally. Classes she teaches are cross-listed in the Irish Studies, Classical Studies, Catholic Studies, Women's Studies, and Russian/East European Studies programs.