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Dialogue as Diversion

Jessica Winegar , November 12th, 2015


Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions presents this incisive critique of the dialogue approach to ending the Israeli state’s occupation. Fida Adely and Amahl Bishara r…


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Zionism, Anti-Blackness, and the Struggle for Palestine

Jessica Winegar , November 10th, 2015


Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions presents Jemima Pierre’s powerful critique of anti-Black violence in Israel and its connections to the oppression of Palestinians…


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(New Book) Force Multipliers: The Instrumentalities of Imperialism

Maximilian Forte , October 12th, 2015


From ALERT PRESS: Click here to order a printed copy, or, Click here for the free e-book (pdf) Friends and allies, partners and protégés, extensions and proxies—the vocabulary…


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Highlights from the AAA Israel-Palestine Task Force’s Final Report

Kerim , October 6th, 2015


The Task Force on AAA Engagement on Israel-Palestine issued its final report today. It is a long and thorough report, so I won’t attempt to summarize the whole…


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Final Report: Task Force on AAA Engagement on Israel-Palestine

Anne Kelsey , October 5th, 2015


Read the full report.  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Recent years have seen increasing pressure in the American Anthropological Association (AAA) and many other professional academic associations to discuss alleg…


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Partha Chatterjee: Why I Support the Boycott of Israeli Institutions

Carole McGranahan , September 9th, 2015


[Savage Minds is honored to publish this essay by Partha Chatterjee, Professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies at Columbia University, and of the…


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REDUX: An educator’s perspective on the academic boycott of Israeli institutions #BDS #palestine

Lara Deeb , August 25th, 2015


Over the past months, colleagues in anthropology and other fields have laid out strong arguments for why one should support the academic boycott of Israeli institutions. Last spring,…


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Anthropology and the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions: Is an academic boycott effective?

Jessica Winegar , June 15th, 2015


Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions is pleased to present this final essay in a series dedicated to the issue of the boycott.  Previous essays by…


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Anthropology and the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions: Brian Boyd

Jessica Winegar , June 10th, 2015


Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions is pleased to present the latest in a series of essays reflecting on the decision to support the boycott until…


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Anthropology and the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions: Rosemary Sayigh

Jessica Winegar , June 8th, 2015


Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions is pleased to present Part 2 of our series of essays. This piece by Beirut-based anthropologist Rosemary Sayigh joins earlier…


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“Why I signed” (the petition AGAINST academic boycott of Israeli institutions)

Angela VandenBroek , December 5th, 2014


I have signed the petition against the academic boycott of Israeli institutions by the American Anthropological Association. After signing, I felt as if I had taken my stand…


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