Twitter coverage of the anniversary
The University of Oxford has translated and made free on the Internet a book on tolerance. With extracts from key French philosophers and writers. The original text was
La Société Française d’Etude du Dix-Huitième Siècle (ed.), Tolerance: le combat des Lumières (Paris: SFEDS, 2015). Contents include:
The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, 1789
Voltaire, ‘Prayer to God’, from Treatise on Tolerance, 1763
Three aphorisms from Denis Diderot, Philosophical Thoughts, 1746; Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws, 1748; and Voltaire, Portable Philosophical Dictionary, 1764
Nicolas de Condorcet, ‘On Admitting Women to the Rights of Citizenship’, 1790
John Locke, Letter on Toleration, 1686
Harvard University is in the middle of creating a physical and virtual archive of materials relating to the 2015 attack. See an explanation of the archive on its own pages. This page has some preliminary data visualizations of georeferenced tweets using the Je suis charlie hashtag
New York Times Learning Network lesson plans to encourage students to consider concepts relating to journalism and blasphemy.
January 12th Coverage
The Internet Archive has preserved over 3,000 pages from a variety of institutions and social media preserving contemporary responses to the attacks.