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.
- article in Slate on what it means to be a cartoonist in France
Current French Press:
France24 (French news in English, live video feeds)
Artists respond, collected in Libération
Cécile Alduy, Stanford French professor, in Al Jazeera America