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Marie Frank


Marie Frank
Marie A. Frank, Ph.D.Associate Professor
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    Art & Design Department
  • Phone
    (978) 934-3482
  • Office
    Mahoney Hall - 1st Floor
  • Email

Education

  • BA: Great Books Program, University of Notre Dame - South Bend, IN
  • MA: Renaissance Art History (Master's in Philosophy), University of St. Andrews - Scotland
  • Ph D: Architectural History, University of Virginia - Charlottesville, VA

Selected Awards and Honors

  • Department of Athletics/NCAA (2010), Teaching
  • Student Government Association (2010), Teaching
  • Student Government Association (2010), Teaching
  • Departmental (2005), Teaching

Selected Publications

  • Frank, M.A. (2013). Classicist (13:). Institute of Classical Architecture & Art
  • Frank, M.A. (2012). University of Massachusetts Lowell. Arcadia Press.
  • Frank, M.A. (2011). Denman Ross and American Design Theory.
  • Frank, M.A. (2010). Claude Bragdon and Pure Design (pp. 9-14).
  • Frank, M.A. (2008). Denman Waldo Ross and the Theory of Pure Design. American Art, 22(3) 72-89.
  • Frank, M.A. (2008). The Theory of Pure Design and American Architectural Education in the Early Twentieth Century. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 67(2) 248-273.
  • Frank, M.A. (2007). Fiske Kimball and the Architecture Program at the University of Virginia. ARRIS:Journal of the Southeast Chapter of Society of Architectural Historians, 18 15-27.
  • Frank, M.A. (2006). Hitchcock and Harvard: The Tradition of Formalist Aesthetics (pp. 210-221).
  • Frank, M.A. (2004). Emil Lorch, Pure Design, and American Architectural Education. Journal of Architectural Education, 57(4) 28-41.
  • Frank, M.A. (2004). Plato in American design theory: Denman Waldo Ross.
  • Frank, M.A. (2001). It Took an Academical Village: Jefferson's Hotels at the University of Virginia. The Magazine of Albemarle County History, 59 30-68.
  • Frank, M.A. (1999). Entries on Denman W. Ross and Frank Miles Day.
  • Frank, M.A. (1997). An Introduction to Jefferson's Academical Village.