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Charlie Hebdo: A Library Hot Topic Guide to Resources: Find Media Coverage

A guide to materials in the UC Berkeley Libraries related to recent attacks on the satirical French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo.

News Databases, Indexes and Web Sites

Listings (may include abstracts or full text) of articles in newspapers, newsmagazines, broadcast news transcripts or wire services. Also includes web sites of these media, or directories of such sites.

Online

An estimated 3.7 million marched in Paris and elsewhere in France on January 11, 2015.

Middle Eastern Press

Selection by Shayee Khanaka

Free speech and the crisis of French universalism

On KQED's Forum

Listen to Cecile Alduy, associate professor of French literature at Stanford University, Jack Citrin, Professor of professor of political science and director of the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley, and others discuss the Paris attacks on The Forum with Michael Krasny.