Texts of the Trojan Family Tapestry

Trojan Family Tapestry Featured in The Huffington Post

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John Nava's Trojan Family Tapestry, which features several texts from the USC Libraries' holdings, is the subject of a recent article by John Seed in The Huffington Post. The tapestry hangs in the Steven and Kathryn Sample Hall in the new Ronald Tutor Campus Center. It will be formally unveiled tomorrow, September 30, during the building's Art Grand Opening. Keep reading to learn more about the tapestry.

Texts of the Trojan Family Tapestry: Codex Bodley

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John Nava's "The Trojan Family Tapestry" was recently unveiled in the new Ronald Tutor Campus Center. The tapestry features several texts from the USC Libraries' Special Collections holdings. This second installment in a series exploring those texts highlights the Codex Bodley, a 16th century Mixtex manuscript. Keep reading to learn more about the codex, as well as other resources on pre-Columbian Mexico available from USC's Boeckmann Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies.

Texts of the Trojan Family Tapestry: Jud Süß Manuscript

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John Nava's "The Trojan Family Tapestry" was recently unveiled in the new Ronald Tutor Campus Center. The tapestry features several texts from the USC Libraries' Special Collections holdings. This first installment in a series exploring those texts highlights a manuscript of Jud Süß, the novel that propelled Lion Feuchtwanger to international literary fame. Keep reading to learn more about Feuchtwanger's manuscript.

New Tutor Center Tapestry Features USC Libraries’ Special Collections Holdings

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A new tapestry featuring several items from the USC Libraries’ Special Collections was unveiled recently in USC’s new Ronald Tutor Campus Center. “The Trojan Family Tapestry,” by world-renowned artist John Nava, depicts a frieze of students, athletes, and other members of the USC community atop a field of cultural documents and binary code. Keep reading to learn more about the tapestry.