A group of professors is suing the American Studies Association over its academic boycott of Israel.
After critics attacked his analysis of Vassar’s BDS debate, J.J. Goldberg wondered if he’d misunderstood. Did faculty members call for an academic boycott, or not?
The uproar in academia over boycotting Israel has failed to answer one question: Are we committed to academic freedom for people on all sides of the Middle East conflict?
A bill introduced in the New York State Assembly would suspend funding to educational institutions which fund groups that boycott Israel.
The debate over Israel in academia has turned to the Modern Language Association at its annual convention starting today.
At least 55 American universities and colleges have rejected the American Studies Association membership vote in favor of an academic boycott of Israel.
Two more American institutions of higher learning officially withdrew their memberships from the American Studies Association after its membership voted in favor of an academic boycott of Israel.
A Native American studies association is the third U.S. academic body this year to recommend its members boycott Israeli universities.
Proponents of an academic boycott of Israel are turning attention to the 30,000-strong Modern Language Association. Will Israel supporters succeed in bucking the BDS push?