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About Marice Rose

Marice Rose's co-edited book (with Alison Poe), Receptions of Antiquity, Constructions of Gender in European Art, 1300-1600 was published by Brill in June, 2015. She researches and publishes on images of women in late Roman domestic decoration and women's adornment in the ancient world as well as on classical reception and art history pedagogy. She co-curated with colleague Katherine Schwab the exhibition Hair in the Classical World, which was on view at the Bellarmine Museum of Art in Fall 2015. Dr. Rose has an active conference schedule, presenting her work nationally and internationally. She holds a PhD in Art History from Rutgers University, and a BA in French and Art History from Fairfield University, where she is currently Director of the Art History and Studio Art Programs.


Present Associate Professor of Visual & Performing Arts, Fairfield University


Contact Information

Canisius Hall Rm 14,
(203) 254-4000 ext. 3240


Recent Works (1)

Classical Reception (4)

Late Antique Art (4)

Art History Pedagogy (3)

Ancient Greek, Roman, Cypriot Art and Archaeology (4)