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Michelangelo's Women: Feminine Genius in the Frescoes of the Sistine Chapel

Nov 17, 2021
Swift Hall, Common Room
1025 E 58th St,
Chicago, IL 60637
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Elizabeth LevDuquesne University

Cosponsored by the Department of Art History. 


This convening is open to all invitees regardless of vaccination status and, because of ongoing health risks, particularly to the unvaccinated, participants are expected to adopt the risk mitigation measures (masking and social distancing, etc.) appropriate to their vaccination status as advised by public health officials or to their individual vulnerabilities as advised by a medical professional. Public convening may not be safe for all and carries a risk for contracting COVID-19, particularly for those unvaccinated. Participants will not know the vaccination status of others and should follow appropriate risk mitigation measures.
 
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Dr. Elizabeth Lev received her undergraduate degree in art history from University of Chicago, and her doctorate from University of Bologna specializing in the art of the Counter Reformation. She has been living in Rome since she completed her studies in 1997 and teaching art history for Duquesne University’s Italian Campus since 2002. She has also taught at John Cabot University and the Pontifical University of Thomas Aquinas. She is a didactic consultant for the Vatican Museums and her articles have appeared in First Things, the College Art Association, and the Sacred Art Journal. Her books include The Tigress of Forlì (Harcourt Mifflin 2012), and A Body for Glory (Vatican Museums Press 2014). She has lectured world-wide and her TED talk on the Sistine Chapel has garnered over 1.8 million views.