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return to this aspect and assess the role of cartoons and comics, rather than freedom of expression, after the Charlie Hebdo massacre. The aim is to outline a means by which cartooning can break out of the present cycle and move beyond the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad into a new era of cartoons

In: Religion & Human Rights

articles on the Islamic State, for example. Towards the end of the article, seeking to identify how different sources cover aspects of Islam, I will focus on the week immediately following the Charlie Hebdo attacks on 7 January 2015. By comparing, both quantitatively and qualitatively, how the event

In: Journal of Religion in Europe
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On 7 January 2015, some ten years after the first publication of the ‘Prophet Mohammed cartoons’, the offices of French magazine Charlie Hebdo were attacked in broad daylight in Paris, and 12 persons, including four cartoonists, executed in cold blood, in a seeming revenge for the magazine

In: Religion & Human Rights
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29Suis-Je Charlie? Chapter 2 Suis-Je Charlie? A Postcolonial Genealogy of the French Response to the Charlie Hebdo Attack Jeanne Kay Abstract This essay argues that the iconic ‘Je suis Charlie’ slogan is representative of a typically French political tradition which is imbued with colonialist

In: Dislocating Globality

Charlie Hebdo En janvier 2015, l’attaque des locaux de Charlie Hebdo à Paris, une fusillade à Montrouge et une prise d’otages dans une épicerie casher de la porte de Vincennes font dix-sept morts. Pendant trois jours, la France retient son souffle et vit au rythme d’une chasse à l’homme retransmise en

In: Identités françaises
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this. 1 Instead of relying only on text, the paper began depicting Jesus, Moses, and even the backside of God, in derisive cartoons that were often printed on its cover. Although they appeared more than a century earlier, The Freethinker ’s cartoons were not unlike Charlie Hebdo ’s own cartoons

In: Religion & Human Rights

published in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo (entitled “Séisme à l’Italienne”) 2 to address the question of how earthquakes relate to Italian cultural stereotypes and national identity. 3 According to Joep Leerssen, imagological research needs to “establish a threefold procedure, which can

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In: New Perspectives on Imagology
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Introduction In January 2015, two events in Paris shocked the world. Employees of Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were gunned down by takfiri-jihadi militants of French-born Algerian descent. Days later, Jewish customers at a kosher supermarket in the outskirts of Paris were

In: International Journal of Public Theology

of an undemocratic, anti-liberal and anti-western politico-religious project. According to a minimal estimate by the French Ministry of Education, several hundred students challenged the minute’s silence organized in schools in tribute to the victims of the attack on Charlie Hebdo , revealing acute