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Professor Jose Rodeiro is NJCU's Coordinator of Art History, with a Ph.D. (College of Fine Arts, Ohio University, 1976), and MFA (Pratt Institute, 1973). His grants include an Institute for International Education Cintas Fellowship (1982); Visual Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts (1986-7); a Maryland State Arts Council AiE Grant (1992); Fulbright Fellowship Grant (1995) completed at Universidad Centroamericana, Nicaragua, and New Technology Implementation Grant (2000). His publications include Groliers' Encyclopedia Latina. (Aesthetics, Cuban-American, Dominican-American), 2007; Transcultural New Jersey, Volume II, New Brunswick: Rutgers Office for Intercultural Initiatives and Zimmerli Art Museum, 2005; catalogue for Ultra Violet, Council on Hispanic Affairs Publication, 2004; catalogue for Neo-Latino: A New Diversity: Art of Northern New Jersey's Latino Diaspora, Perth Amboy: Perth Amboy Gallery Center for the Arts Publication, 2004; Mascaras (Latin-American Masks), Washington County Museum of Fine Arts Publication, 2003; The Visual Imagery of Latinas/os of New Jersey, Center for Latino Art & Culture Publication, Rutgers University, 2002; El Coro, University of Massachusetts Press, 1997; "Metaforar y Teorias esteticas," Presencia, La Paz, Bolivia, 1993; and "Nicaraguan Contemporary Art," Nuevo Amanecer Cultural, Managua, Nicaragua, Ano XII, 1991. In 2003, he lectured on Latino Art, CAA Conference, NYC. His art exhibits include Perth Amboy Art Center; Kenkelaba Gallery; Mason Gross; Washington County Museum; Cintas Collection, Florida International Museum; NJPAC; Newark Museum, and UMDNJ. The Smithsonian's National Museum of American Art includes him in a database of NEA recipients; he is listed in Who's Who in American Art.