Margaret Rose

Dr Margaret Rose

  • Post Nominals: FAHA
  • Fellow Type: Corresponding Fellow
  • Elected to the Academy: 1985


Dr Margaret A. Rose FRHistS FAHA was elected to the Fellowship in 1985 following the award of the Isaac Memorial Prize for her Marx’s Lost Aesthetic, published by Cambridge University Press in 1984. She has since published books and journal articles on both Australian and German art, as well as on the topics of post-modernism and parody.
Margaret was awarded an Australian Centenary Medal €œfor service to Australian society and the humanities in the study of history€ at the Australian High Commission, London in June 2003. She was awarded an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grant for the publication in colour of Theodor Mintrop, Das Album fÜr Minna (1855-1857) by the Aisthesis Verlag, Bielefeld in 2003. Margaret was elected a member of the committee of the UK Alexander von Humboldt Association in 2003-2010; and was joint organiser of the 2009 Alexander von Humboldt meeting, Cambridge.
Dr Rose is an on-going Life Member of Clare Hall (postgraduate) College, Cambridge.

Acknowledgement of Country

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