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Dr. Marice Rose

Associate Professor of Visual & Performing Arts
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  • Co–editor with Alison Poe, Receptions of Antiquity and Constructions of Gender in European Art,1300–1600 (Leiden: Brill), forthcoming, spring 2015
  • “Roman Sculpture from Palatine East,” Palatine East: Excavations of the Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma and the American Academy in Rome, 1988–1994. Edited by J.R. Brandt, A. St. Clair, E. Hostetter. Rome: Bollettino di Archeologia, Monograph Series (forthcoming)
  • “‘Our Empire is Your Empire’: Classical Reception of Caesars Palace, Atlantic City,” International Journal of the Classical Tradition 21 (2014), 159–179
  • “‘Object Lesson’: Using Family Heirlooms to Engage Students in Art History,” Art Education 65 (2012), 47–52
  • Didactic materials, “From Kells to Clonmacnoise: Medieval Irish Art in Context,” Bellarmine Museum of Art, April 18–May 24, 2011
  • “The Late Antique Silver Dancer in Boston,” New England Classical Journal 37.3 (2010), 177–191
  • Co–author with Roben Torosyan, “Integrating Big Questions with Real World Applications: Models from Art History and Philosophy,” New Directions for Teaching and Learning 119 (2009) 61–71
  • “The Construction of Mistress and Female Slave Relationships in Late Antique Art,” Woman's Art Journal 30 (2008), 41–49
  • “The Trier Ceiling: Power and Status on Display in Late Antiquity,” Greece and Rome 53 (2006), 92–109
  • Vassos Karageorghis, Joan R. Mertens, Marice E. Rose, Art of Ancient Cyprus: The Cesnola Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000)