The bad publicity garnered by the University of Illinois will make other colleges wary of firing teachers who defend Palestinian rights. Read more about Why Salaita settlement is a victory for Palestine solidarity movement
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Statement signed by 900 says University of Illinois hasn’t fixed violations of academic freedom. Read more about Academics express concerns after Salaita settlement
Settlement is “victory for academic freedom,” scholar fired over tweets critical of Israel says. Read more about Steven Salaita settles lawsuit with Univ. of Illinois
Steven Salaita’s firing is about more than academic freedom. Read more about How Zionism's brutality reaches from Gaza's beaches to US academia
Move follows top official’s admission she was deleting emails related to the case. Read more about Judge reinstates destruction of evidence claim in Steven Salaita case
Forty-one executive officers at the University of Illinois are calling for fired professor’s reinstatement. Read more about Senator emailed Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise over Salaita firing
Israel lobby smear campaigns against Steven Salaita, Joseph Massad may hold warning for ambitious college administrators. Read more about Downfall of Phyllis Wise shows high cost of doing Israel lobby's bidding
Emails indicate university knew of undisclosed emails about fired professor much earlier than it admits. Read more about Is Univ. of Illinois scapegoating Phyllis Wise to maintain Salaita coverup?
The Electronic Intifada can exclusively reveal the legal warning university officials received. Read more about Did Phyllis Wise violate university's "criminal" warning over Salaita emails?
Chancellor Phyllis Wise and other officials used private email accounts in an attempt to hide their communications about Salaita and other controversial matters. Read more about Univ. of Illinois official who fired Steven Salaita admits to destroying evidence
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