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Department of Art

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Dr. Alisia Chase, Associate Professors of Art History and Visual Culture

204E, Tower
Office Phone:
(585) 395-2428

Recent Accomplishments

  •  “Draws Like a Girl”: The Necessity of Old School Feminist Interventions in the World of Comics and Graphic Novels,” published in Feminism Reframed: Reflections on Art and Difference, edited by Alexandra M. Kokoli # Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Two major-length exhibition reviews appear in Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Culture Criticism: “The Sisyphean Task of Art: Spencer Finch at Mass MOCA” in Sept./Oct. 2007. “Antidote to Dystopia: Brave New World at the Walker Art Center” in Jan/Feb 2008.
  • Introductory essay for the second volume of Moomin was reprised with minor revisions:Moomin: The Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip - Book Two, Drawn and Quarterly; Reprint edition.
  •  “My Body, My Resource: Empowering the Essential in Contemporary Comics and Graphic Novels” , presentation at the  20th Annual Feminist & Women’s Studies Association Conference (of the UK and Ireland) annual conference.
  • Presented “Sagan’s Sybarites Adapted” as part of the Chick Lit: Women’s Writing on Screen session at the Association of Literature on Screen annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Organized and chaired a panel titled The Architectonics of Costume, at the annual international Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Philadelphia, PA.
  • “Architectures of the Moving Image: Review of SCMS International Conference.” Forthcoming in Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Culture Criticism.