Elissa Chase

Adjunct Faculty

508-767-7611 Founders Hall - Room 027

Elissa Chase specializes in teaching the history of Western art, introducing students to the cultural and social contexts that have shaped the art world. She also teaches courses such as Healthy Perspectives, a class tailored to future healthcare providers, which bridges the gap between art and healing, and Gender and Representation in the Arts where we explore the intersection between identity and creativity. Also, she enjoys working closely with students, cultivating their curiosity, and fostering a lifelong interest in art history.


.D. Tulane University 1996

 M.Phil University of Glasgow 1993

 B.A. Beloit College 1992

Courses Taught

History of Western Art; Healthy Perspectives; Gender and Representation in Art; Art and Beauty