By Jack Halberstam
No, Judith Butler Did Not Ask Someone To Leave A Meeting For Being Pro Israel
This piece is a response to an earlier article that you can find here. On a bitterly cold night during the 2018 Modern Language Association conference in New York City, a group of scholars met at a publicly announced location to discuss “Palestine and the Future of Academia.” This was not an MLA sponsored event…
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