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On SAGE Insight: Special Issue: Charlie Hebdo

Guest editor: Isabel Hollis-Touré From French Cultural Studies  The papers in this special issue are taken from a conference on contemporary citizenship after Charlie Hebdo, which was initially cancelled due to concerns about security, and then reinstated. The perpetuation of … Continue reading

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Pushing laughter to its very limits

From British Journalism Review What made the Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris on January 7 apparently so horrific was that five victims were all cartoonists. This, it seemed, was a brutal and bloody assault on laughter. Which meant it was … Continue reading

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