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Published on February 9th, 2024 | by Isabelle Karamooz, Founder of FQM

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Embark on a Journey Through History: Exploring the Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte

Join us for a captivating journey through the palaces, power, and personalities of the French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte.

Date: Saturday, February 17th
Time: 10:30 am – 11:30 am (PST time) — (a 40-minute lecture + questions)
Location: A Private Zoom meeting (Zoom link will be sent to attendees via email)

You are cordially invited to an engaging lecture that promises to immerse you in the riveting world of Napoleon Bonaparte. Led by Isabelle Karamooz, this insightful session will uncover the intriguing untold stories of the King of Rome, Napoleon’s only male heir, as we explore the pivotal roles of his family, his cultural impact on Paris, and the highs and lows of his reign.

Ticket Information:

We hope you will join us for this enlightening exploration of Napoleon Bonaparte’s legacy. Secure your spot today and embark on a journey through history with French Quarter Magazine. Please purchase advanced tickets only HERE.

General Admission: $20
Payments can also be made via PayPal at @frenchquartermag or Venmo at @frenchquartermagazine.

About the Speaker:

“It is an incredible opportunity to share my research findings and insights with such an attentive audience, and we look forward to welcoming you to this enthralling journey. Returning to a classroom setting brought back cherished memories from my time as a French instructor at UNLV and CSN, and as a graduate of UC Berkeley with a B.A. in history, along with my graduate studies in Teaching and Education.”

About Last January 28th’s Inaugural Historical Lecture Series:

The month of January marked a significant milestone for French Quarter Magazine as we proudly hosted our inaugural historical lecture series. After our successful inaugural lecture on Napoleon Bonaparte, I was approached with a request for another lecture, this time conducted online. This new enriching cultural program will bring together esteemed speakers and avid history enthusiasts to delve into captivating topics that shed light on our past and present. Whether exploring pivotal moments in French history or delving deeper into the cultural tapestry of our diverse world, our lecture series aims to foster intellectual curiosity and deep understanding within our community.

Header Photo Credit: Image par Lutz Peter de Pixabay


About the Author

is originally from Versailles, France. Isabelle harbored a lifelong fascination with exploring the world. Her journey began at 17 when she seized the opportunity to study abroad in Rhonda, Spain, igniting a passion for travel that took her across continents. From vibrant Hong Kong to picturesque Ireland, from the historic streets of Italy to the enchanting landscapes of Morocco, she embraced diverse cultures and experiences, truly embodying the spirit of a global citizen. After several years of exploration, Isabelle found a sense of home in Los Angeles, where she immersed herself in the vibrant cultural scene while working at the French Consulate. With a deep-seated love for the arts and history, she pursued her academic endeavors, earning a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of California, Berkeley. Furthering her dedication to education, she has studied to pursue a Master's program in teaching at the University of Southern California, eventually sharing her knowledge and passion as a French instructor for aspiring students at UNLV and CSN in Nevada. Driven by her passion for storytelling and cultural exchange, Isabelle founded French Quarter Magazine, where she serves as the Editor-in-Chief. In this role, she orchestrates the publication's diverse content, from conducting interviews and pitching story ideas to capturing captivating moments through photography. Currently, she is channeling her creative energies into her first English-language work, a novel that delves into the compelling life of Coco Chanel. Filled with adventure, intrigue, and a touch of romance, her debut novel promises to captivate readers with its rich tapestry of history and emotion.



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