||After Paris : liberalism, free speech, religion, and immigration in Europe / Randall Hansen -- Free speech and civility in pluralist societies / Simone Chambers -- The status of Muslim minorities following the Paris attacks / Jeffrey G. Reitz -- A tale of two massacres : Charlie Hebdo and Utoya Island / Mohammad Fadel -- The (in)secure citizen : Islamophobia and the natives of the Republic after Paris / Ruth Marshall -- Evil as a noun : dichotomous avoidance of political analysis / Mark G. Toulouse -- The search for equal membership in the age of terror / Ayelet Shachar -- Charlie Hebdo and the politics of fear : questions without answers / Anna C. Korteweg -- What does it mean to be at war? / Arthur Ripstein -- After the Paris attacks : long views backwards and forwards / Ronald W. Pruessen -- International law and transnational terrorism / Jutta Brunnée -- Looking back and looking forward : authenticity through purification / Janice Gross Stein -- After the Paris attacks : reflections on the media / Natasha Fatah -- Journalism and political decision-making in an age of crises / Brian Stewart -- Legislating in fearful and politicized times : the limits of Bill C-51's disruption powers in making us safer / Kent Roach and Craig Forcese -- What lessons have we learned about speech in the aftermath of the Paris attacks? / David Schneiderman -- C-51 and the Canadian security and intelligence community : finding the balance for security and rights protections / Wesley Wark -- Freedom and security : the Gordian knot for democracies / Hugh Segal -- Anti-terrorism's privacy slight-of-hand : Bill C-51 and the erosion of privacy / Lisa M. Austin -- Who knows what evils lurk in the shadows? / Ronald Deibert -- The complex ecology of policing, trust, and community partnerships in counterterrorism / Ron Levi and Janice Gross Stein -- The Paris attacks as a turning point? / Stephen J. Toope.