A collaboration among Harvard librarians, scholars, and digital humanists, the Charlie Archive at the Harvard Library is an evolving project that has collected a broad range of materials associated with the attacks in Paris in January 2015. This interactive exhibit will feature digital and ephemeral materials such as caricatures, photos, paintings, and poetry documenting the moment in January 2015 when the word “Charlie” took on a tragic significance.

The Opening Reception will be held on January 5, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM and will feature a gallery talk at 7:00 PM with the co-founders of the Charlie Archive at the Harvard Library: Lidia Uziel, Virginie Greene, and Nicole Mills. An advance RSVP is required for the opening.

For more information, please see the French Cultural Center website.