Speaker: Marilyn Aronberg Lavin
April 15-18, 2009
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Speakers: Biography

Marilyn Aronberg Lavin

Professor of Art History
Princeton University
56 Maxwell Lane
Princeton NJ
08540 USA

Marilyn Aronberg Lavin has taught art history at Yale and Princeton Universities and Università di Roma, La Sapienza. Her art historical work is in 14th- and 15th-century Italian art, with emphasis on Piero della Francesca; her best-known books are Piero’s Flagellation; The Place of Narrative: Mural Decoration in Italian Churches; and her monumental Seventeenth-Century Barberini Documents and Inventories of Art that won the national Morey Award for Distinguished Scholarship. She is a leader in the use of computers and digitized imagery for research, teaching, and publication in the history of art. Since 1991 she has been the moderator of a Listserv she created for art and architectural historians with a membership 800 scholars from 22 countries around the world (caah@princeton.edu).

Marilyn Aronberg will demonstrate New Technology Brings New Life to Art History: The Piero Project Story. [Demonstration]