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The Event of Charlie Hebdo

Imaginaries of Freedom and Control. Critical Interventions: A Forum for Social Analysis 15

Edited by Alessandro Zagato
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Oxford, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Sep 2015
Dimensions: w 109mm h 178mm d 12mm
Weight: 91g
ISBN-10: 1785330756
ISBN-13: 9781785330759
Barcode No: 9781785330759
Synopsis
The January 2015 shooting at the headquarters of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris and the subsequent attacks that took place in the Il-de-France region were staggeringly violent events. They sparked an enormous discussion among citizens and intellectuals from around Europe and beyond. By analyzing the effects the attacks have had in various spheres of social life, including the political, ideology, collective imaginaries, the media, and education, this collection of essays aims to serve as a contribution as well as a critical response to that discussion. The volume observes that the events being attributed to Charlie Hebdo go beyond sensationalist reports of the mainstream media, transcend the spatial confines of nation states, and lend themselves to an ever-expanding number of mutating discursive formations.

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"The year that ended for France with the coordinated attacks on Paris in November 2015 began long ago with the January attack on the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Although the memory already seems distant, ten months is not much time in academia; it usually takes almost that long for a finished manuscript to reach publication, but in this diminutive volume we have nine essays composed, edited, and published in an outstandingly timely manner, in both senses of the term--that ten months is not much time, and that once again it is time to make sense of an Islamic assault on a Western country." - Anthropology Review Database