This photo was published in the Daily Star Lebanon of January 12, 2015. The link is posted by Joseph Wu in his comment on the page “Liberté.”
Important announcement: in collaboration with Harvard Widener Library, we are working to create a permanent archive of documents related to the Charlie events and their aftermath. This would include:
- printed materials (magazines, newspapers, books…)
- ephemerals (posters, signs, leaflets…)
- digital materials (pictures, videos, audio recording, websites, tweets, blogs…)
If you have any material of this kind and would like to have them included in the collection, please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Ephemerals in particular are of great interest to us.
A la suite des attentats terroristes des 7, 8 et 9 janvier 2015, nous avons créé un blog destiné aux enseignants et étudiants du français en Amérique du Nord mais pas interdit aux autres. Son but est de permettre d’échanger pensées et sentiments sur ces événements et leur signification, de s’informer sur les initiatives prises dans les départements et programmes de français.
Le blog est couramment administré par Virginie Greene, Harvard University et Lynn Ramey, Vanderbilt University.
Please post your comments, thoughts, reactions on the appropriate page (menu on left), in French or English as you prefer. If you want to propose another page/topic or have suggestions about the appearance and functioning of the blog, email us at: email@example.com and Lynn Ramey <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
And if you want to support Charlie-Hebdo financially, go to http://www.charliehebdo.fr/index.html.
Announcements of the day:
A series of 4 Post-Charlie panels and events organized or co-organized by the department of Romance Languages and Literatures Harvard University April 2015. See details in Votre info Votre initiative
Links of the day:
A new essay on caricature in Turkey on Etienne Copeaux’s blog: