Library Exposition Focuses on Artists and Free Speech

The Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Pickler Memorial Library are hosting an exposition of editorial cartoons titled “Drawing Freely.” The exposition, on view in the library atrium, presents 12 posters that illustrate the freedom of expression as embodied by 50 press cartoonists from around the world. The cartoonists address themes such as women’s voices, racism, corruption, the dangers of online media and Charlie Hebdo. This exposition, sponsored by the Institut Français and the Courrier International, will be available throughout the month of September. For more information, contact Audrey Viguier, assistant professor of French.

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