Rosie Rosenzweig is a resident scholar at Brandeis University ‘s Women’s Studies Research Center.  She studies creativity, Jewish feminism, and meditation.  She has received both her BA in English and MA in English and American literature from Indiana University . Rosenzweig also writes to the Boston Jewish Spirituality Column via examiner.com.  
She has compiled her interviews into a book, which features women artists and concentrates on their process, not their product. This includes all facets of their experience before the final product is produced. Artists reveal how they get their “stuck” places, or use their lives to express resolutions to various personal events. The filmed interviews will be made into a documentary.
- Jump up^ http://www.brandeis.edu/wsrc/index.html
- Jump up^ Rosenzweig, Rosie. “Post-triumphalism and the New Haskalah” in New Jewish Feminism: Probing the Past, edited by Rabbi Elyse Goldstein, 397-403. Woodstock Vermont: Jewish Lights Publications, 2009.
- Jump up^ http://www.brandeis.edu/arts/festival/
- Jump up^ Rosenzweig, Rosie. “MotherArtTM and Maternal Health: Transformation from Grief to Compassion.” Journal of the Association for Research in Mothering. York University, Toronto, Canada. Volume 11. Number 1. (2009): 224-238.