Abstract

Charlie Hebdo was well known for defending the “right to blasphemy,” but its cartoonists and writers never faced real death threats until they made fun of radical Islamists. The impact of the January 7, 2015, massacre on cartooning has turned “Freedom of Speech” to “Feardom of Speech” for the cartoonists on the front lines of a new age where the boundaries are marked by URLs, not border patrol.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1944-768X
Print ISSN
0037-783X
Pages
pp. 7-19
Launched on MUSE
2016-06-15
Open Access
No
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