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BDS Boycott of Arab-Israeli Hebrew U Dean?

By TTN Blog

Prof. Steven Lubet of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, has just posted the following at The Faculty Lounge legal academic blog: New Law Dean at Hebrew University As announced today, Michael (Mousa) Karayanni has been named the “first-ever Arab Israeli . . . appointed as the dean of the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University in […]

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TTN Action Alert: Oppose Academic Boycott of Israeli Anthropologists

By TTN

The Third Narrative has been working actively with Anthropologists for Dialogue on Israel and Palestine (ADIP) to oppose both academic boycotts of Israel and Israel’s continued occupation that helps prevent the creation of a Palestinian State. ADIP is a strong proponent of the core philosophy of The Third Narrative and is leading this fight in the field of […]

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Academic Freedom Worldwide and the Resolution Before the AHA

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read about Academic Freedom and Resolution Before the AHA: A White Paper from the Alliance for Academic Freedom, click here

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ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE RESOLUTION AT THE JAN. 9, 2016 AHA BUSINESS MEETING

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read the arguments against the resolution at the January 9th, 2016 AHA Business Meeting, click here

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A Flawed Resolution: Errors, Misrepresentations, and Omissions in the Resolution Before the AHA

By Alliance for Academic Freedom

To read the Alliance for Academic Freedom’s response to the AHA Boycott, click here

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Im Tirtzu’s Pernicious Video Equates Human Rights With Treason

By Mira Sucharov

In its ongoing efforts to demonize Israeli human-rights NGOs, the right-wing organization Im Tirtzu has released a new propaganda video that is terrifying – both intentionally and unintentionally. The video is intentionally terrifying in that it appeals to Israelis’ most immediate, visceral fears these days: being stabbed by a Palestinian in the street. Unlike the […]

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American anthropologists wrong to boycott Israeli academia

By Michele Rivkin-Fish

What is being described as an overwhelming vote for the boycott of Israel in the American Anthropological Association (AAA) mischaracterizes the scope of support for boycotts in the field and downplays the serious anthropology-based alternative presented at the conference to promote justice for Palestinians and Israelis, as well as academic freedom for Palestinian academics. The […]

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