JVP protested a Middle East Studies professorship search at Fresno State, relying on pure speculation — and ended up blaming the Zionists.
Mira Sucharov disagrees with Israel critics like Judith Butler on BDS. Here’s why she’ll sit beside her on the Open Hillel Academic Council anyway.
Open Hillel, which has sparked considerable controversy for refusing to abide by Hillel International’s pro-Israel guidelines, has announced today that it will be holding its first national conference this October.
Judith Butler and Rashid Khalidi are circulating a letter objecting to their exclusion from recent events because of their support of the boycott Israel movement.
Three prominent Jewish institutions have found themselves embroiled in disputes over perceived critics of Israel. Are these skirmishes in a growing culture war?
The Jewish Museum in New York has scrapped a talk that included a planned appearance by Israel critic Judith Butler amid pressure from supporters of Israel.
The Jewish Museum has reportedly invited a controversial critic of Israel to speak at a conference on the work of Franz Kafka in March.
On March 8th, mothers, daughters, wives, and girlfriends around the world will be showered with tokens of adoration in celebration of International Women’s Day. Although this holiday has become something of a Valentine’s/Mother’s Day hybrid in many regions, it originated as a Socialist political event in countries of the former Soviet bloc. In honor of Women’s Day, I would like to dedicate this post to the remarkable women in Russian and Jewish culture.