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About Jeanne Zarucchi

Jeanne Morgan Zarucchi is a professor of art history and French at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She received a Ph.D. in romance languages and literatures and then joined the UMSL faculty in 1985. Since 1995, she has held a joint appointment in the departments currently named as Art & Design and Language & Cultural Studies, and she has taught courses in art history, literature, and culture. Zarucchi’s research is interdisciplinary, and she has published on subjects ranging from the Renaissance to the 20th century, including two books and more than thirty-five scholarly articles. Her most recent major publication is a book entitled The Material Culture of Tableware: Staffordshire Pottery and American Values (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018). Zarucchi also developed a website on French art at the Saint Louis Art Museum, and, in 2015, for this contribution to promoting French culture, she was named by the French Government as a Knight in the Order of Academic Palms.


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Present Professor, University of Missouri-St. Louis Department of Art and Design
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