Lerner and his students marked the opening of the exhibition on Tuesday, Jan. 31, with a reception and gallery talk. The show, which will be on display in the Nissley Gallery through March 9, includes rare books from the College’s 1,890-volume Napoleon Collection and original furniture that once belonged to Joseph Bonaparte, Napoleon’s brother.For more information, please see the full F&M Diplomat article online at http://thediplomat.fandm.edu/article/939
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Napoleon Seminar Exhibition
Under the direction of Scott Lerner, the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and French and Italian, eight students have curated a bilingual exhibition titled Napoléon représente/Napoleon Represents in the Nissley Gallery. The exhibition is the result of the students’ work last semester in Lerner’s French 373 course, during which the classmates examined the theme of representation and propaganda by and about the Emperor of the French.