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Nous, universitaires provenant de disciplines et d’universités diverses, sommes horrifiés et troublés par les efforts de l’administration Trump pour promouvoir une vision étroite et néoconservatrice des études sur le Moyen-Orient. 

Nous voyons dans les démarches entreprises à l’encontre des universités Duke et UNC Chapel Hill ce qu’elles sont : un avertissement selon lequel, si les campus autorisent un débat ouvert sur les droits humains des Palestiniens, ils risquent de subir une enquête fédérale, un blâme public et un retrait de leurs financements. 

Nous disons non. Les droits humains des Palestiniens représentent l’une des questions les plus urgentes et les plus importantes de notre temps. Limiter l’examen universitaire de ce sujet pour apaiser l’administration Trump enfreint tous les principes de la liberté d’expression et d’enseignement. 

Nous nous engageons à continuer à parler de la Palestine — à enseigner l’histoire palestinienne, à citer les travaux de chercheurs palestiniens, à parrainer des évènements palestiniens, à inviter dans nos salles de cours et sur nos campus des intervenants, travailleurs culturels et militants palestiniens.

Nous ne nous laisserons pas intimider. 

Signataires:

Abdullah Abader

 Shenaz Abdul Wahab University of South Africa

 Rabab Abdulhadi, Director & Senior Scholar Arab & Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies, San Francisco State University

 Ali Abootalebi, Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

 Al Abu Abda

 Sarah Abu-Sheikha

 Fyiza Adams

 Roberta Ahlquist, Teacher Education, San Jose State University

 Bernardo Alayza Mujica

 Aseel Aldset

 Asim Ali

 Lara Ali

 Lora Aljbour University of Carleton

 Rebecca Alpert, Professor, Religion, Temple University

 Sonia Alsabbagh

 Latifa Amzil

 Zehra Arat

 Daniele Armaleo

 Gino Assaf, Architecture, iuav

 Elsa Auerbach, Professor, English, University of Massachusetts Boston

 Jennifer Ayres

 Sandra Babcock

 David Ball, Professor Emeritus, French and Comparative Literature, Smith College

 Adnan Barakat

 Tarek Bawardi

 Zaina Bazzari

 Matthew Bear-Fowler

 Joel Beinin

 Sherry Bender

 Trude A Bennett

 Martin Bidney, English & Comp. Lit., Binghamton University

 Helene Bilis, French, Wellesley College

 Martin A Billeter, Professor, Inst. of Mol. Life sc., University of Zurich

 Cyrus Bina, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics, Division of Social Sciences, University of Minnesota (Morris Campus)

 Derek Bird

 Amahl Bishara, Anthropology, Tufts University

 Abigail Boggs

 Peter G Bohmer, Economics and Political Economy, Evergreen State College

 Fred Bohrer, Professor, Art History, Hood College

 Karen M. Booth

 Steve R Botticelli, Clinical adjunct faculty, Psychology, Nyu

 Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic culture, NES and Rhetoric, UC Berkeley

 Naomi E Braine

 Stephen Brier

 Bernadette Brooten, Professor, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, Women\’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Religious Studies, Classics, Brandeis University

 Jonathan Buchsbaum

 Anne Caldwell, PhD student, HPL, History, University of Kent

 Jimmy Caracas

 Julia Chang

 Deborah Chassler, Senior Academic Researcher, Part-Time Faculty, School of Social Work, Boston University School of Social Work

 Eric Cheyfitz, Professor, English, Cornell

 Richard Clark, Professor, Integrative Biology and Pharmacology, University of Texas Health Science Center, at Houston

 Leigh Clark, English Department Chair, English, School for Advanced Studies, James Monroe High School

 Deborah Cohen, History, University of Missouri-St. Louis

 Ilise Cohen

 James Cohen Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle

 Merrill Cole, Professor, English, Western Illinois University

 Sarah Combellick-Bidney, Political Science, Augsburg College

 Salvatore Conte

 Sarah Cooper

 Gilles M Corcos

 Julie Coulson

 Gina Crandell, Adjunct Professor, Landscape Architecture, Boston Architectural College

 Altha Cravey

 Elyse Crystall

 Avi Cummings, Program & Media Manager, Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard College

 Susanna Curran

 Fouad Dakwar

 Dr. Edwin Daniel

 Ribhi Daoud, Economics, Sinclair Community College

 Jude Darwish

 Lawrrence Davidson, Professor, History, West Chester U

 Chandler Davis, Professor, Mathematics, University of Toronto

 Ladan Davis

 Robert Deck, Dr., Physics, University of Toledo

 Linval Depass, Dr., Toxicology, UC Berkeley Extension

 James Dickins, Prof., Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Leeds (United Kingdom)

 Richard Dobbs, Social Science, Gadsden State Community College

 Sam Draeger

 David A Dubnau, Professor, Public Health Research Institute, Rutgers

 Diannr Dunn

 Akhtar Ehtisham, MD,

 Zillah Eisenstein

 Nada Elia, PhD, American Cultural Studies, Western Washington University

 Laila Elsherif

 Wendilyn Emrys, Graduate Student, Mythological Studies, Pacifica Graduate Institute

 Nava Etshalom

 Darlene Evans

 Richard A Falk, Professor, Politics & Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University

 Tessa Farmer, Assistant Professor, MESALC, UVA

 Tracy Feldman

 Judith Ferster

 James Findlay, Lecturer, Religious Studies, California State University, Northridge

 Berenice Fisher, Emerita Professor, Philosophy of Education, New York University

 Marilyn Frankenstein, Professor, retired, Public and community service, University of Massachusetts/ Boston

 Sarah Friedland

 Nancy Gallagher, Dr, History, UCSB

 Reebee Garofalo, Professor Emeritus, College of Public and Community Service, UMass Boston

 Mona Gazala, MFA fellow, Art, Ohio State University

 Robert A Gelbach, Professor, Political Science (retired), Southern Connecticut State University

 Emmaia Gelman NYU

 Irene Gendzier, Professor, Dept Political Science, Boston University

 Lena Ghannam, Instructor, George Washington University

 Terri Ginsberg, Assistant Professor of Film, Department of the Arts, The American University in Cairo

 Shannon Gleeson

 Alison Glick

 Stathis Gourgouris, Professor, Comparative Literature and Society, Columbia University

 Pedro Granata

 Arthur Grant, Professor of Neurology, Neurology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center

 Ramon Greenberg, Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

 Molly Greene

 David Grinstein, Instructor, Mathematics, Husson University

 Adam Guerin, History, Eckerd College

 Andrew Gutierrez Cordoba, Professor, Ecosystem Science, University of California at Berkeley

 Tyrell Haberkorn

 Michel A Habib, Professor, Banking and Finance, University of Zurich

 Souheil Haddad, Doctor, Medicine, Indiana Universtiy

 Jeffry Halverson, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Coastal Carolina University

 Daniel Hamadimann

 Ross Hamilton, English, Barnard College

 Sayumi Harb, Independent Scholar, Asian Studies

 Zayed Harris

 Barry Jr Harris Jr., Mr., Political Science, J. Sergeant Reynolds

 Ghulam Hasnain Retired IT

 Peter Hawxhurst

 Tom Hayes

 Vivi Helin

 Glenn Hendler, Professor, English, Fordham University

 Ashley Elizabeth Herrick, Non-professional,

 Eve Hershcopf, Sociology,

 Neil Hertz, Humanities Center, johns hopkins

 John Hess, Senior Lecturer II, English/American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

 Jerome Hoffman, Medicine, UCLA

 Jamila Horabin, Professor, Biomedical Sciences, FSU

 Ian Howle

 William Hsiao, Health Policy & Management, Harvard University, School of Public Health

 Howard Hu

 Ivan Huber, Prof. Emeritus, Biology, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ., Madison, NJ

 Yusra Hussain

 Praise I.

 James Iffland, Romance Studies, Boston University

 Norman Illsley, Engineering (agricultural) and foreign aid projects 16 countries, Colorado State U

 Georgette Ioup, Professor, English, University of New Orleans

 Mohamad Issa, Physics, University of Qatar- Retired

 Edward Jacobus

 Tristan Josephson

 Donna M Joss, Professor, Occupational Therapy, Worcester State University

 Lynne Joyrich, Professor, Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

 Aneesah Kader

 Dalya Kafity

 Claire Kahane, English, University at Buffalo

 Andrew Kakunda

 Nancy Kalow

 Caren Kaplan, Professor, American Studies, UC Davis

 Stephen J Karakashian, Other, Animal Behavior, Rockefeller University

 Carolyn Karcher, Prof. Emerita, English, Temple University

 Persis Karim, English & Comparative Literature, San Jose State University

 Michael Keefer, Professor Emeritus, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph

 Robin Kelley, UCLA

 Jenny Kelly

 Marie Kennedy, Professor, Urban Planning, University of Massachusetts Boston

 Benjamin Kersten, Doctoral Student in Visual Studies, Department of Art, University at Buffalo

 Marian Khalaf

 Shan Khan

 Reem Kharoub

 Yousri Khattali, Other,

 Sang Kil, Justice Studies, San Jose State University

 David Klein, Professor, Mathematics, California State University Northridge

 Sherryl Kleinman, Emerita Professor, Sociology, UNC, Chapel Hill

 Mary Jo Klinker, Womenís, gender, and sexuality studies, Winona State University

 Sjur Kolberg

 Dennis Kortheuer, emeritus, History, Cal State University, Long Beach

 Ron S Krabill

 John Kranz

 Kristo Kulmala

 John Lamperti

 Mary Layoun

 Henry Lesnick, Professor, Language and cognition, City university of nt

 Zachary Levenson

 Michael Levin, Adjunct Faculty, Music, Columbia College  Chicago

 Joseph Levine, Professor of Philosophy, Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Amherst

 Joan Levitt

 Laura Lewis

 Grace H Lile, Adjunct, Cinema Studies, NYU

 Jose M Martinez Torrejon

 Samantha Madden, Liberal Studies and English Literature, University of Redlands

 Sunaina Maira, Professor, Asian American Studies, UC Davis

 Merry W Maisel, Graduate student, Science Studies Program, University of California, San Diego

 Cristina Malcolmson, Professor, English, Bates College

 Charles Manekin, Professor, Philosophy, University of Maryland

 Joseph Margulies

 Paul M McDermott, Adjunct Faculty, Modern and Classical Languages and Literature, California State University at Northridge

 Kerry McNamara, Instructor, Science and Allied Health, Bossier Parish Community College

 Megan B McNamara, Dr. Megan McNamara, Sociology, Foothill College

 Clea A McNeely, Associate Professor, Public Health, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

 Ernst R Mecke, Other, Fachbereich Biologie, Universit‰t Bremen

 Farah Meharban

 Jodi L Melamed, Associate Professor, English, Marquette University

 Philip Metres, Director, Peace, Justice, and Human Rights Program, English, John Carroll University

 Mathieu Meulen

 Peter Meyer, Urban and Public Affairs, University of Louisville

 Alan Meyers, Professor, Pediatrics, Boston University School of Medicine

 Angela Miller L Miller, Dr. / Professor, American Studies, Washington University in St. Louis

 Nick Mitchell, Associate Professor, Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz

 Lila Mitchell

 Behrooz Moazami, History, Loyola University New Orleans

 Warren Montag, Professor, English,

 Mohammad Mustafa, Humanitarian, Human Resources, Earth.

 Mohamed Najjar Cleveland State University

 Jamal Nassar, Dr., Political Science, California State University

 Diane Nelson

 Joan Nestle

 Kristen Nimr

 Trevor Noah, The Ohio State University

 Suzanne Nobel, Hispanic Studies, McGill University

 Jacqueline Nova

 Leena Nubani

 Shaden Obeid

 Nicole Oveisi, Grad Student, Geography, George Washington University

 Robert A Padgug, Associate Professor, Health & Nutrition Sciences, Brooklyn College, CUNY

 David Palumbo-Liu, Louise Hewlett Professor, Comparative Literature, Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, Stanford

 Leslie Patrick, Professor, History, Bucknell University

 Anthony Pedatella

 Vivien Pellis

 Roseangel Pesquera

 Rosalind P Petchesky, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Political Science, Hunter College & the Graduate Center, City University of New York

 Anand Pillay, Professor, Mathematics, Notre Dame

 Nan Plasterer

 Lana D Povitz, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Oral History and Digital Storytelling, Concordia University

 Yasmine Rabah

 Aneil Rallin, Professor, Rhetoric, Soka University of America

 Sarah Rashid

 Mitra Rastegar

 Mona Raya

 Rosalie G Riegle, English, Saginaw Valley State University

 Daniel A Rieke, Former Teacher and Seminary Director, retired, Theology, Lutheran Seminary in Meiganga Cameroon

 Mark Rifkin

 Shira Robinson, Professor, History, The George Washington University

 Steve Roddy, Professor, Modern & Classical Languages, USF

 Luis Rodriguez-Abad

 Lisa B Rofel, Professor, Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz

 David Rohrlich

 Alex Rojas

 Anna Romano

 Ned L Rosch, Adjunct Faculty, school of extended studies, Portland State Univ

 Robert Rosen

 Carolyn And Richard N Rosenstein, Other, Sociology, UCLA

 Bruce Rosenstock, Professor, Religion, University of Illinois and Urbana-Champaign

 Penny Rosenwasser, Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Studies, City College of San Francisco

 Ken Ross, Prof Emeritus, Political Science, Adrian College

 Alice Rothchild Md, retired assistant professor, OB/GYN, Harvard University

 Antonia Ruiz-Koffman

 Joey Russo, Anthropology

 Uzma Saboor

 Marie Sacks

 Quaid J Saifee

 Naoki Sakai

 Andres Salgo

 Leslie Salzinger

 Stephen Samuel

 Judah N Schept, Justice Studies, Eastern Kentucky University

 Jan Schmeer

 Heike Schotten, Associate Professor, Political Sciencr, University of Massachusetts Boston

 Abby Schrader, Professor, History, Franklin and Marshall College

 Sarah M Schulman, Professor, English, City University of New York, College of Staten Island

 Lawrence B Schwartz, Professor, Pediatrics, Virginia Commonwealth University

 Zach Schwartz-Weinstein

 Richard Seaford, Professor, Classics, University of Exeter

 Daniel A Segal, Professor, History & Anthropology, Pitzer College

 Sherene Seikaly, Associate Professor, History, UCSB

 Farida Shaikh

 Jeff Shalan

 Andrew J Shapiro, Graduate Teaching Fellow, Sociology, The Graduate Center, CUNY

 Gillian Share-Raab Occidental College

 Zayna Sharif

 Yousuf Shehadi

 Yaron Shemer

 Lincoln Shlensky, Professor, Department of English, University of Victoria

 Joshua Shurley

 Beth Sifri

 Erica Sigmon

 Victor Silverman, History, Pomona College

 Leslie Simon, Women »s Studies, City College of San Francisco

 Sam Simon

 David Skinner, Professor, History, Santa Clara University

 Jeffrey Skoller

 Thomas Slater, Lecturer, Fis, Psu

 David Whitten Smith, Theology; Justice and Peace Studies, University of St. Thomas, MN

 Jennifer Spitzer

 Ted Steinberg, Davee Professor of History, Case Western Reserve University

 Jon Stewart

 Susanna Stoltzfus

 Shelley Streeby, Professor, Literature and Ethnic Studies, UCSD

 Joanna Swanger, Professor, Peace & Global Studies, Earlham College

 Ted Swedenburg, Professor, Anthropology, University of Arkansas

 Roohi Syed

 Laura Tanenbaum, Professor, English, LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York

 Jonah Tauber, Student, History, UC Berkeley

 Charles Thorpe, Professor, Sociology, University of California, San Diego

 Maisie Tidey

 Chris Tilly

 Hadrien M Van Eerdewegh

 Elizabeth Vasquez

 Eric Vazquez

 Pathma Venasithamby, Staff, EECS, University of California Berkeley

 Tracy Wallach, College of Management, University of Massachusetts, Boston

 Janis Waller-Cramer

 Janet Watson

 Elizabeth Weed, Modern Culture/Media, Brown University

 Melissa Weiner, Associate Professor of Sociology, College of the Holy Cross

 Marsha Weinraub, Psychology, Temple University

 Joel Weisberg, Stark Professor of Physics & Astronomy & Natural Sciences, Physics & Astronomy, Carleton College

 Max Weiss

 Thomas Weiss

 Deborah Weissman University of North Carolina

 Erica Weitzman, Tenure Track, German, Northwestern University

 Janet Whitcomb

 John Willoughby, Economics, American University

 Peter Wright, Associate Professor and Chair, Religion, Colorado College

 Peter Yackel,  

 Lina Yassine

 Isra Yazicioglu, Theology & Religious Studies, St. Joseph’s University

 Zeena Zahidah

 Michael Zuckerman

Traduction: SM pour l’Agence Média Palestine

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