Despite defeat of boycott, American Anthropological Association plans to challenge Israel’s abuses of Palestinian rights. Read more about Full might of Israel lobby ekes out razor-thin win in anthropology vote
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BDS vote a test of field’s complicated relationship with Middle East. Read more about Can anthropology overcome its imperial past?
“This is just the start,” say Palestine rights campaigners at the University of Chile. Read more about Chile law school backs Israel boycott by big margin
Israel advocates turn to corporate law in latest effort to stifle free speech by academics. Read more about "Frivolous" lawsuit aims to reverse ASA's Israel boycott
Activist successes, despite Israel’s counteroffensive, offer Palestinians hope for 2016. Read more about How the Israel boycott movement struck major blows in 2015
Women’s studies scholars adopt Israel boycott by landslide. Read more about Vote backing boycott challenges feminists to take clear stand on Palestine
American Anthropological Association move is blow to Israel lobby groups that stepped up efforts to combat BDS. Read more about US anthropologists back Israel boycott in landslide vote
Corporate media commentators fret about “political correctness” but ignore censorship of Palestine solidarity activists. Read more about Why is Palestine absent from debate about campus suppression?
Moves to “recognize Palestine” and co-opt the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement aim to guarantee Israel’s survival as a racist state. Read more about Recognizing Palestine, BDS and the survival of Israel
Only 52 of more than 700 members backed motion that would have shut down debate on boycotting Israel. Read more about Effort to block Israel boycott backfires at anthropology association