Alison Rossi, M.A.

Faculty Member, Art & Design

Alison Rossi is an art historian and art educator. After earning her B.A. in interdisciplinary humanities from the University of San Diego, she became a fellow of Syracuse University, where she graduated with a M.A. in art history. Over the last decade, Rossi has served as an art educator in various academic institutions and art museums. As an art historian, she enjoys conducting primary source-based research involving everything from scouring Renaissance manuscripts in Florence, Italy to interviewing traditional artists and craftspeople in California. Both the preservation and evolution of indigenous art forms across cultures are of particular interest to Rossi, an Oklahoma native. In working with students, she hopes to make accessible both the universality and uniqueness of works of art around the world through experiential learning.

Education

  • B.A., Interdisciplinary Humanities, focus on Art, minors in Spanish & Italian Language, University of San Diego
  • M.A., Art History, Syracuse University

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to Art – ART 100 (online)
  • History of Western Art I – ART 200
  • Topics in Non Western Art History – ART 325
  • Design History: Industrial Revolution to Contemporary Design – ART 335