Do Silicon Valley corporations have authority to decide what can and cannot be taught in classrooms?
Valentina Azarova had a job offer revoked after a judge objected to her work on Palestine.
Selective censorship tactic dependent on complaints from groups with anti-Palestinian agenda.
State Department threatens to smear international rights groups as “anti-Semitic” for defending Palestinian rights.
Steven Salaita and Ali Abunimah discuss Emgage, faithwashing and what is needed for principled action for Palestine.
Influential political actors attempt to silence Valentina Azarova over Palestinian rights research.
Academic medicine is not immune from political censorship.
Supporters of Palestinian rights and academic freedom push back against attacks.
Academic freedom arguments to protect speech on Palestine are insufficient.
Retaliatory lawsuit filed by professor backed by lawyer from Israel lobby group.
CUNY professor stands up to false accusations of anti-Semitism over Palestine advocacy.
Israel violates the right to education every single day.
Israel lobby groups engaged in propaganda, intimidation and smear campaigns ahead of vote.
Under Israel lobby pressure, trustee says university looking for ways to punish professor.
Professors at Pitzer College urge administration to suspend programs in which not all students can participate.
Case against Rabab Abdulhadi and the university sought to restrict Palestine advocacy on campus.
Israel closes Palestinian college in Jerusalem, bans Birzeit faculty from obtaining visas.
A new book investigates resistance to Israel lobby repression on US campuses.
Hunger strikers continue struggles against Israeli detention without charge.
Academic organizers to challenge the decision in court.
Paul Bronfman, a Canadian film industry bigwig, pulled his donations over a mural depicting Palestinian resilience.
How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army?
By not announcing the results of an official probe, a leading Australian college is tarnishing the reputation of staff and students who advocate a boycott of Israel.
In Europe, cartoons mocking Muhammad are “free speech,” while discussion of Israel is censored, historian notes.
Palestinians in academia have learned to be too civil and have normalized accepting silence.
Two new books provide valuable insight into why freedom of speech can be suppressed at American universities.
“If, under this new regime, civility be the condition for expressing academic freedom and excellence, then let the appropriate expression be that of civil disobedience.”
It cannot be mere coincidence that the University of Illinois’ heavy-handed action targeted a Palestinian-American scholar and an American Indian Studies program.
University boss Phyllis Wise sits on the board of Nike, a firm that does business with West Bank settlement firms
Double standards applied to Steven Salaita shows how Israel trumps free speech on campus.
Leader of campaign against scholar Steven Salaita should be disqualified as an authority on academic freedom.
Contrary to the propaganda, there is no “weapons development center” in the Islamic University of Gaza.