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Je suis Charlie. Mais je ne suis pas un agent provocateur.
One year on from the Charlie Hebdo shootings, on the day when an anniversary edition of Charlie Hebdo appears on the newsstands with a cover depicting a “God” bearing bloody hands and a rifle, I feel like reflecting on what … Continue reading
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Truth, Power and…Cartoons: Are Political Cartoons Irrelevant?
What is the future for political cartooning in the digiverse? In a world where national politicians wield less power, do cartoonists target the right power brokers? Are they hampered by corporate ownership? How accessible will cartoons be now that we read news online? How will they be seen? Does it matter? Where are my spectacles? Why did I come upstairs? Continue reading
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