Alice M. Rudy Price received a Ph.D. from Temple University, Tyler School of Art specializing in nineteenth-century European art and culture. Her dissertation on the Danish artist, Anna Ancher (1859-1935), addressed the artist in relation to the intersecting cultural contexts of rural Denmark, the Skagen Art Colony, Copenhagen and Paris. Her review of the spring 2013 show on Anna Ancher at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) appeared in the autumn issue of 19th-Century-Art-Worldwide. She is the author of “Gendered Interiors” published on NMWA’s website. Dr. Price teaches modern and contemporary art and architecture at Temple University, Tyler School of Art and at Philadelphia University. She has also taught at Arcadia University. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Price earned a master’s degree in education from LaSalle University, a master’s degree in history from American University, and taught history in private and public secondary schools for twenty years. She and her husband live in a northern suburb of Philadelphia.