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SPME Members Featured in New Book on BDS

Dear Colleagues: Shana Tova! For starters, we would like to congratulate our colleagues Cary Nelson and Gabriel Noah Brahm on the publication of their new book, The Case Against Academic Boycotts of Israel, which I and several other SPME members have…

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How the Lancet Medical Journal Defends Hamas

Dear Colleagues: During the on-going course of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge (OPE) in Gaza, we have witnessed a surge of anti-Semitic activity worldwide attempting to portray Israel as the “aggressor” while simultaneously advocating for boycotts against the state and its…

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Israeli PM Tackles BDS

Dear Colleagues: On the heels of the ASA and MLA meetings at which anti-Israel resolutions were discussed, and the “Israel Apartheid” weeks taking place on many campuses around the world, we are seeing a growing concern regarding the impact of…

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Faculty Forum

Dear Friends, The current issue of the Faculty Forum brings our readers news and reports of ongoing problems. The famous French historian, Fernand Braudel, stated that there are several types of history: fast-moving history, slow-moving history, and history which hardly…

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Brandeis Center Releases Guide for Combating Campus Anti-Semitism

WASHINGTON, DC (PRBuzz.com) August 23, 2012 — The Louis D. Brandeis Center today released its path-breaking LDB Best Practices Guide for Combating Campus Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israelism.  The Brandeis Center is an international Jewish civil rights organization which combats anti-Semitism on…

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Judaic StudiesSephardic Jewry

  The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan seeks a scholar of Sephardic Jewry (15th-19th centuries) with strong interdisciplinary commitments. Specialization is open: history, religious studies, literature, anthropology, material culture, music, or gender studies. This scholar…

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