News page, back to RSS feed

News page, back to RSS feed

News page, back to RSS feed With a few minor details to be ironed out, the website of the news. It now publishes 76 news items from 28 sources (maybe more by the time you read this) with a minimum excerpt and links to the most recent posts on each …

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Cartoons in the courtroom, towards a forensic analysis of visual humour

Cartoons in the courtroom, towards a forensic analysis of visual humour

“Cartoons in Court: Towards a Forensic Analysis of Visual Humor“ Is a project of the Institute for Advanced Study CEU (IAS CEU) based in Hungary. The aim is to analyse humour and its relationship to legislation in order to provide advice and information on the link between humour, offence and …

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Espé, the cartoonist who was fired on his first day on the job

Espé, the cartoonist who was fired on his first day on the job

Espé’s first and last cartoon in the new Tour de France section of the newspaper L’Humanité. French cartoonist “Espé” may have broken a record. He has been fired just after his first cartoon was published in a section that was inaugurated by the newspaper. Sébastien Portet (1974), who signs his …

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Cartoonist Ben Garrison sues anti-defamation league for defamation

Cartoonist Ben Garrison sues anti-defamation league for defamation

Ben Garrison ‘s lawsuit against the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) View full (PDF, 717 Kb   It sounds like a joke, but it is. Normally it is the cartoonists who receive the complaints, in this case it is the other way around. The cartoonist has sued the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and …

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Remembering Joaquín Xaudaró

Remembering Joaquín Xaudaró

Today I have received a comment that I have rescued as an excuse to turn it into a call, lending a hand is free and can help us to recover some more information about this cartoonist who published in the magazine Blanco y Negro and worked in the newspaper ABC, …

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