Letizia Barozzi obtained, with honors, a Master's Degree in History and Art Critic at the University of Milan, with professor Paolo Piva, discussing a thesis about four Vita Panels of Women Saints painted in Central Italy.
For the same faculty, she was a scholar of the School of Specialization in Artistic Heritage, graduating with honors in 2017, discussing a thesis on the function of the Christus Triumphans in the liturgical space in Marche, Umbria and Tuscany area.
Since 2015 she collaborates permanently with the Diocesan Museum of Ancona and with other realities of the Brescia area, realizing various documentary and educational exhibitions. Her interests focus on the iconography and the function of the sculptural and pictorial work in the liturgical space in Lombardia and Central Italy area.
She currently attends the XXXV cycle of PhD at Sapienza University of Rome, with a research about the pilgrimage routes in monastic contexts of the Central and Southern Marche. (Research title: “Ambulatories, crypts and pilgrimage routes in monastic churches in the Marche region: architecture and iconography in the liturgical space ").