Rosen, Mark

Assistant Professor

Office:  JO 5.114

Areas of Specialization:  European Art, 1300-1700; Italian Renaissance Art and History; the History of Early Modern Cartography; Sculpture and the Early Modern City; Medieval Venice; Links between Western Europe and the Ottoman Empire.

Education: PhD and MA, History of Art, University of California, Berkeley
BA, English, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Mark Rosen specializes in late medieval, Renaissance and Baroque art, with a special interest in cartography. For undergraduate students, he regularly teaches AHST 3315 (Art of the Renaissance) and AHST 3316 (Art of the Baroque), as well as topics courses on subjects such as Medieval Venice, Love and Marriage in the Renaissance, and Artists' Biographies and Autobiographies. His graduate courses have included courses on Leonardo da Vinci, Late Medieval Art, and The Map. Rosen earned his doctorate at the University of California, Berkeley, and held a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship at the Medici Archive Project in the Archivio di Stato of Florence, Italy. He has also received fellowships from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, and the Fondazione Roberto Longhi. He is currently completing a book manuscript entitled The Painted Map in the Age of Print and the Era of Exploration. He has published in a number of art-historical and historical journals, including Art Bulletin, Renaissance Quarterly, Oud Holland, Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, Nuncius, and CAA Reviews.