Kenan Malik: Pandaemonium

fear and free speech

Garry Clarkson (Photographer), Keenan Malik, Wendy Doniger

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Abstract

Photograph to contextualise Keenan Maliks article about When Sony announced that it was withdrawing its film The Interview after threats from hackers, my first thought was ‘Thank God Sony was not the publisher of The Satanic Verses.’ I was reminded of the Rushdie affair because of what the two events reveal about the transformation in attitudes to free speech over the past 25 years.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 19 Dec 2014

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Clarkson, G. (Photographer), Malik, K. (Author), & Doniger, W. (Author). (2014). Kenan Malik: Pandaemonium: fear and free speech. Digital or Visual Products
Clarkson, Garry (Photographer) ; Malik, Keenan (Author) ; Doniger, Wendy (Author). / Kenan Malik: Pandaemonium : fear and free speech. [Digital or Visual Products].
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