- Ancient and medieval rhetorical theory, especially the study of figures and tropes
- Hamlet and Elizabethan Perspectives upon suicide
- Apocalyptic and dystopian science fiction film
- Contemporary Continental Philosophy
Liberal Arts Tropes Science Fiction Film Latin Hamlet Deconstruction
Assistant Professor Humanities and Communication, College of Psychology and Liberal Arts
B.A. Wesleyan University 1982 Ph.D. Northwestern University 1992
Dr. Rosiene has been an assistant professor of English and Humanities at Florida Tech since 1993. He has also been a lecturer in English and comparative literature at Northwestern University. Previously, he worked in the private sector as office manager and computer consultant for a small construction corporation. He is active on the Internet participating in discussions of classical topics, postmodernism, and the works of Jacques Derrida.
A.M. Rosiene. 1995. "Internet as a Teaching Tool for the Humanities." Presented at TEL-ED '95, Fort Lauderdale.
A.M. Rosiene. 1994. "Prolegomenon to Any Future Tropology." Read at the Modern Language Association Convention, San Diego.
A.M. Rosiene. 1993-present. Contributions to the Derrida List.