Materials in SUL related to today's Charlie Hebdo tragedy in France

January 7, 2015
Sarah B Sussman
nous sommes charlie

Today's deadly attack at the offices of French satirical journal Charlie Hebdo points to the enduring importance of the free circulation of ideas in a global society. While we do not have a collection of the journal itself, Charlie Hebdo and the work of its journalists is well-represented in Stanford Libraries' collections.

Materials primarily about Charlie Hebdo

Works of satirical cartoonist Cabu

Works of cartoonist Bernard Verlhac, known as Tignous

Works of cartoonist Stephane Charbonnier, known as Charb

Works of cartoonist Georges Wolinski

Works of economist Bernard Maris

Current French Press: 

Agence France Presse (French) Agence France Presse (English) 

Le Monde or http://www.lemonde.fr/ 

Mediapart

France24   (French news in English, live video feeds)

 

Responses to the event -

Artists respond, collected in Libération 

Cécile Alduy, Stanford French professor, in Al Jazeera America

Author

Sarah B Sussman

Curator, French and Italian Collections
Head, International and Area Studies Resource Group