Speeches | 12 May 2006

Why Denmark?

Professor Hans-Henrik Holm addressed the Thursday Lunch at Lowy on the topic of the Danish cartoon media controversy, which occurred when the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten published 12 cartoons of the prophet Muhammad on September 30 2005.Hans-Henrik Holm is Professor of International Relations at the Danish School of Journalism and Aarhus University. He has held several senior academic appointments in journalism throughout Europe and the United States, including a professorial appointment at Berkeley and sits on numerous international boards dedicated to media issues. He is visiting Australia as head of delegation to a senior visiting team from the Danish School for Journalism, Scandinavia’s pre-eminent journalism school.Hans-Henrik Holm

  • Hans-Henrik Holm

Professor Hans-Henrik Holm addressed the Thursday Lunch at Lowy on the topic of the Danish cartoon media controversy, which occurred when the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten published 12 cartoons of the prophet Muhammad on September 30 2005.Hans-Henrik Holm is Professor of International Relations at the Danish School of Journalism and Aarhus University. He has held several senior academic appointments in journalism throughout Europe and the United States, including a professorial appointment at Berkeley and sits on numerous international boards dedicated to media issues. He is visiting Australia as head of delegation to a senior visiting team from the Danish School for Journalism, Scandinavia’s pre-eminent journalism school.Hans-Henrik Holm

  • Hans-Henrik Holm