academic freedom

“Civility” is the Israel lobby's new weapon against free speech on US campuses

In one alarming case, an Ohio University student is being condemned for making a video protesting Israel’s attack on Gaza.

Univ. of Illinois trustee criticizes decision to fire Steven Salaita

James D. Montgomery also acknowledged the “adverse” impact that a growing boycott was having on the university’s ability to function.

Salaita firing shows where Zionism meets neoliberalism at US universities

Tithi Bhattacharya and
Bill V. Mullen
2 September 2014

University boss Phyllis Wise sits on the board of Nike, a firm that does business with West Bank settlement firms

Is criticizing Israel worse than murder at the University of Illinois?

David Palumbo-Liu
25 August 2014

Double standards applied to Steven Salaita shows how Israel trumps free speech on campus.

Students take demand to rehire Salaita directly to Univ. of Illinois trustees

There is mounting national and international outrage at the firing of Steven Salaita over his criticisms of Israel.

No deal with professor fired for Israel views is on Univ. of Illinois trustees' table

A Monday meeting of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees did not consider any settlement proposal regarding the case of Steven Salaita, The Electronic Intifada has learned.

The Salaita case and Cary Nelson’s use of “academic freedom” to silence dissent

Vicente M. Diaz
14 August 2014

Leader of campaign against scholar Steven Salaita should be disqualified as an authority on academic freedom.

Univ. of Illinois faces growing boycott over firing of Palestinian American professor

Some professors say they will not visit the campus for lectures and conferences until Steven Salaita is reinstated.

Fired professor voiced "legitimate outrage" over Gaza attack, say University of Illinois colleagues

Fellow academics defend Steven Salaita’s right to speak out on Palestine and demand that his sacking be overturned.

Academic heavyweights slam Univ. of Illinois firing of Steven Salaita for Palestine views

The campaign against Salaita is almost certainly motivated by the fact that he has been an outspoken and effective campaigner for the boycott of Israeli academic institutions complicit in Israel’s crimes against Palestinians.

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