Andrea Rossi-Reder, Associate Dean of Studies, Dean of Freshmen, Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Associate Dean of Studies, Dean of Freshmen
Visiting Assistant Professor of English
Joined Connecticut College: 1998
M.A., Ph.D. University of Connecticut; B.A., Mount Holyoke College
The Teaching of Writing
Medieval Literature, including Old and Middle English literature
Writing by and about Women in the Middle Ages
Andrea Rossi-Reder has been appointed Associate Dean of Studies, Dean of Freshmen in 2012.
She was appointed Interim Dean of Freshmen in June, 2005, Associate Dean of Freshmen in June, 2006, and assumed the title of Associate Dean of Studies for Freshmen and Sophomores in 2007.
Among her responsibilities as Associate Dean of Studies for Freshmen is overseeing orientation.
Andrea Rossi is the former Associate Director of the Roth Writing Center and is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English.
She teaches a freshman seminar, "Women, Madness, and Power." Before coming to Connecticut College, she taught at Baylor University.
Rossi's publications include: “Wonders of the Beast: Images of India in Classical and Medieval Literature.” in Marvels, Monsters, and Miracles: Studies in the Medieval and Early Modern Imagination. Ed. Timothy S. Jones and David A. Sprunger, Kalamazoo: The Medieval Institute, 2002, pp. 53-66; “Beasts and Baptism: A New Perspective on the Old English Physiologus.” Neophilologus 83 (1999), 461-77; “Male Movement and Female Fixity in the Franklin’s Tale and Il Filocolo.” In Masculinities in Chaucer. Ed. Peter G. Beidler, Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1998, pp. 105-116.
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