Non-academic activity doesn't belong in Israel's ivory towers
When professors invite to a conference a speaker who praises the academic boycott of Israel – it is a disgrace.
I was invited to speak at a conference held the first week of January at Tel Aviv University, ostensibly devoted to the subject of knowledge and academic freedom. I didn’t quite know how to interpret the title of my session – “Fragile Autonomies: An Internal Wound or Cultural Crisis?” – but it was easy to see that the conference was organized by lecturers who are...
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