Victoria Rose Pass is a specialist in Visual Culture, particularly in areas of design and fashion.

Her research considers the history of fashion culture in the 20th and focuses specifically on issues of gender and race. Her most recent publications include an essay titled "Schiaparelli's Convulsive Gloves" published in 2015 in Extravagances, the final volume of the Habits of Being series from the University of Minnesota. She co-edited the volume, Women's Magazines in Print and New Media with Noliwe Rooks and Ayana Weekley, which was published by Routledge in 2016. The volume also included her essay, "Encountering Africa in Vogue: Irving Penn's African Essays." She is the current president of the Design Studies Forum, an affiliated society of the College Art Association. She received her BA in Art History from Boston University, her MA in Art History from the Art Institute of Chicago, and her PhD in Visual and Cultural Studies from the University of Rochester. Before coming to MICA she was an Assistant Professor of Art History at Salisbury University.

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