Nancy G Rosoff

Nancy G. Rosoff serves as Dean for Graduate and Undergraduate Studies at Arcadia University, where she is also the academic co-director of the First Year Study Abroad Experience. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at the  Centre for the History of Women’s Education, University of Winchester (U.K.). Her publications include articles in the
NGR-grad16-1Women’s History Magazine (U.K.), the Journal of American Culture, and the OAH Magazine of History, as well as a chapter in Sport, Rhetoric, and Gender: Historical Perspectives and Media Representations. (See selected publications and presentations below.) She has presented her research at the annual meetings of the Women’s History Network (UK), the American Historical Association, the History of Education Society (UK), the International Standing Committee on the History of Education, the Society for the History of Children and Youth, and the Popular Culture/American Culture Association.  She was previously Associate Dean for University College and Academic Affairs for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University-Camden.Dr Rosoff has given invited lectures at the Centre for the History of Women’s Education, University of Winchester (U.K.), the University of Delaware, and Mount Holyoke College. In 2011, she gave one of the plenary addresses at the History of Education Society annual conference. Her research interests include history of women; women’s athletic activity; sports and popular culture; history of education; and gender and popular culture.  Dr. Rosoff’s teaching interests include the history of women and gender; sports and popular culture; and American and British cultural history. Dr. Rosoff served as a member of the conference planning team for the Consuming/Culture: women and girls in print and pixels conference, held at Oxford Brookes University in June 2015.She earned her Ph.D. in history from Temple University, her M.A. at West Chester University, and her A.B. at Mount Holyoke College.