Marice Rose first joined Fairfield University as a full-time faculty member in Fall 2000. She received her Ph.D. in Art History from Rutgers University, and her B.A. from Fairfield in Art History and French. Her art historical publications focus on images of women and slaves, predominantly in late Roman domestic decoration. She is currently collaborating with colleague Dr. Katherine Schwab on a project studying the hairstyles of the Erechtheion's caryatids. Dr. Rose also engages in pedagogical scholarship, specifically on increasing student engagement through interdisciplinary, integrative learning. She has an active conference schedule, presenting her work nationally and internationally. Dr. Rose participated in the installation and publication of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's ancient Cypriot art collection and was a member of the Palatine East excavation team in Rome, Italy.
Contributions to Books
Designing Courses for Significant Learning: Voices of Experience: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, no. 119 (with L. D. Fink, A. Fink, and Roben Torosyan), Visual & Performing Arts Faculty Book Gallery (2009)
Marice Rose and Roben Torosyan are contributing authors, "Integrating Big Questions with Real World Applications:...
Art of Ancient Cyprus: The Cesnola Collection in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (with Vassos Karageorghis and Joan Mertens), Visual & Performing Arts Faculty Book Gallery (2000)
Marice Rose is a contributing author, "Hellenistic and Roman terracotta figurines and pottery".
Object Lesson: Using Family Heirlooms to Engage Students in Art History, Art Education (2012)
Encouraging Integrative Learning through Current Events and Learning Portfolios, Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal (2009)
In this essay, an Art History professor frustrated by student indifference to ancient art develops...