Carolyn Rosenrosen

Carolyn Rosen 
Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 
Ph.D., University of London 
M.St., University of Oxford 
B.A., M.A., University of Oxford

Office: Tyler Hall 102


Dr. Carolyn Rosen received her PhD from Royal Holloway, University of London for a thesis entitled “The Body and the Senses in Racine’s Theatre.” Prior to that, she earned her BA, MA and MSt degrees from St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford. Dr. Rosen also completed seminary training at Westcott House in Cambridge and Bexley-Seabury Seminary in Chicago. She lectures and publishes in both French and religious studies.

Dr. Rosen is proud to be leading Rocky’s efforts to increase its offerings in foreign languages. She speaks French at a native level after living in the French countryside as a teenager and later in Paris. She has taught French and English at various levels, from high school to professional training courses to university, and is committed to helping language-learners of all aptitudes to meet their goals.

In addition to her teaching and research at Rocky, Dr. Rosen is a committed member of the Billings community. She serves as Faith Formation Coordinator for the United Church of Christ in Montana and Northern Wyoming, and has a passion for social justice. She has collaborated with her husband, Dr. Aaron Rosen, also a professor at Rocky, on many exhibitions and public projects in the US and abroad.

Courses Taught

  • Introduction to French (offered every fall)
  • Intermediate French (offered every spring)
  • French Thought: Major French philosophers and writers
  • French Food and Culture: Visit local restaurants where you will prepare French dishes and learn relevant French vocabulary
  • Independent Study (upon request)