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Art and History

Rome: What Does it All Mean? The Painting and its Subject

Finally, we come to terms with the School of Athens. How was it painted, and what does it mean? How do how it was painted and what it means intersect? Watch the short videos...

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Health and Society

A Student’s Work to Help Italy Deal with COVID-19

As campus shuts down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, we speak with Paolo Mazzara ’23, an undergrad who is spending quarantine aiding Italian healthcare workers.

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Science and Technology

A Future for the Past: Notre Dame Researchers help Italian church communities address seismic risks

In October of 2016, central Italy was left devastated by a major earthquake, destroying homes and entire villages. Given Italy is prone to seismic activity, determining how to...

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Art and History

A Tour Through Time

A year can go by quickly. If you’re lucky, you know this from the beginning, like Jenna Frantik ’20 did during her third year in the School of Architecture, the year students...

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Art and History

Art Historian Elizabeth Lev on Art, Italy, and the Vatican

Elizabeth Lev is an American-born art historian who has, as she calls it, “the good fortune to live and work in Rome.” She teaches Renaissance and Baroque Art at Duquesne...

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Global Affairs

Viaggi – A New Home in Italy

Rome has a knack for reinvention. It’s evident in the layers you find throughout the city, some more visible than others. They tell a story of a resilience wrought by...

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Art and History

Historian James Hankins on Political Thought in the Italian Renaissance

James Hankins is a professor of Renaissance Intellectual History at Harvard University. He is the founder and General Editor of the I Tatti Renaissance Library from Harvard...

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