After Charlie Hebdo : terror, racism and free speech
After Charlie Hebdo : terror, racism and free speech / edited by Gavan Titley, Des Freedman, Gholam Khiabany and Aurélien Mondon.
|Other authors:||Titley, Gavan, (Editor)Freedman, Des, 1962- (Editor)Khiabany, Gholam, (Editor)Mondon, Aurélien, (Editor)|
"The [Paris terror attacks of January and November 2015] set in motion a steady creep towards ever more repressive state surveillance, and have fuelled the resurgence of the far right across Europe and beyond, while leaving the left dangerously divided These developments raise profound questions about a number of issues central to contemporary debates, including the nature of national identity, the limits to freedom of speech, and the role of both traditional and social media. [This book] brings together international scholars to assess the social and political impact of the Paris attacks in Europe and beyond. Cutting through the hysteria that has characterised so much of the initial commentary, it seeks to place these events in their wider global context, untangling the complex symbolic web woven around 'Charlie Hebdo' to pose the fundamental question - how best to combat racism in our suppposedly 'post-racial' age?"--Back cover.
|Other authors:||Titley, Gavan, (Editor), Freedman, Des, 1962- (Editor), Khiabany, Gholam, (Editor), Mondon, Aurélien, (Editor)|
London, UK :
Includes bibliographical references and index.