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Simone Zurawski


2021 recipient of Via Sapientiae Award

Most Recent Articles

“Viollet-Le-Duc, The Hôtel Dieu, and the Vincentians: The Transformations of the Parvis of Notre-Dame," Sacred Architecture Journal, vol. 38 (2020), pp. 13-17.

“The Chapelle des Lazaristes and Reliquary Shrine of St. Vincent de Paul, 1850 to 1860: An Exposé of Competing Aesthetic Schemes & Their Resolutions in the Alliance des Arts," Vincentian Heritage Journal, vol. 36 no. 1 (Spring 2021): Article 4; accessed online at:

​Forthcoming Book

The Iconographie of the “Heroic" Saint Vincent de Paul & The Foundlings: Origins and Exceptionality in the Salons of the Bourbon Restoration, 1817 to 1824 . Open Access eBook, published by the Vincentian Studies Institute, Chicago IL. Forthcoming 2023.​​

Outside Service Commitments

Member of the Board, The Vincentian Studies Institute
  • This international organization, which is housed in the Division of Mission and Ministry at DePaul University, is dedicated to supporting and publishing the research of scholars from around the world whose topics are related to the history and pastoral activities of the Vincentian Double Family of men and women.
Member of the Board of Directors, Ars Musica Chicago
  • ​This organization is dedicated to producing concerts of Early Music,  that is, of the 17th and 18th centuries, whose programs result from research that delves deeply into the repertoire and are performed on period instruments.