The List of US University Professors Endorsing Israel Boycott

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SPME Editor’s Note: SPME prints this as a public service to its readers. Its publications does not constitute and endorsement of this effort. SPME has consistently taken a stand against academic boycotts and believes they are antithetical to academic freedom or the cause of peace and justice.

Slick video production over at You tube to influence kids to be anti-Israel – “clever, contemporary, hip, on the money, and aimed at youth” – their words not mine (hat tip Allyson Taylor)

Much thanks to the tenacious Allyson Taylor for furnishing me with a list of the top professors who are working on divestment in their Universities and working together. She wrote:

The UCLA Daily Bruin had an article yesterday about Professors wanting to follow Hampshire University in the divestment from Israel. I got a list of all the groups and the leaders and am sharing it with all the organizations so we can work together to fight this action.

This is is enormous. Let’s take on the most important Universities, like U Penn Wharton, UCLA, and others, and contact the Chancellors and ask them to put a stop to the divestment talks BEFORE the SJP and others get to them. This is a move that needs to be proactive.

This is pre-war Germany.

The planner Sondra Hale said, “When we get a bit better organized, we will be calling on this group of now over 200 for various actions, planning, etc. We are not adding any more California people to our Organizing Committee just now, but will keep you in mind. Thanks again for helping.”

This list could choke a horse.

Any readers alumni? Any readers donors? Know any donors? We have to nip this Jew hate in the bud. Here is the divestment endorsement site

Start working the phones.

1. Elmaz Abinader, Mills College
2. Rabab Abdulhadi, San Francisco State University
3. Mohammed Abed, California State University, Los Angeles
4. Wahiba Abu-Ras, A delphi University
5. Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Montclair State University
6. Roberta Ahlquist, San Jose State University
7. Charlotte Albrecht, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
8. Lisa Albrecht, University of Minnesota
9. Anthony Alessandrini, City University of New York, Kingsborough
10. Hamid Algar, University of California, Berkeley
11. Naser Alsharif, Creighton University
12. Evelyn Alsultany, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
13. Floyd Anderson, State University of New York, Brockport
14. Ian Barnard, California State University, Northridge
15. Ryvka Bar Zohar, New York University
16. Anis Bawarshi, University of Washington
17. Lincoln Bergman, University of California, Berkeley
18. Tithi Bhattacharya, Purdue University
19. Bruce Braun, University of Minnesota
20. Timothy Brennan, University of Minnesota
21. Steve Breyman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
22. Robert Brooks, Cornell University
23. Anna Brown, Saint Peter’s College
24. Bill Buttrey, University of Southern California
25. George Caffentzis, University of Southern Maine
26. Steve Cameron, North Iowa Area Community College
27. Scott Campbell, New York University
28. Courtney Carter, Hood College
29. Rand Carter, Hamilton College
30. Margaret Cerullo, Hampshire College
31. Piya Chatterjee, University of California, Riverside
32. Dennis Childs, University of California, San Diego
33. Bouthaina Shbib Dabaja, University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center
34. Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University
35. Lawrence Davidson, West20Chester University
36. Nicholas De Genova, Columbia Univ
37. Lara Deeb, University of California Irvine
38. Alireza Doostdar, Harvard University
39. Ann Douglas, Columbia University
40. Eleanor Doumato, Brown University
41. Ronald Edwards, DePaul University
42. Amy Elder, University of Cincinnati
43. Nada Elia, Antioch University, Seattle
44. Nava EtShalom, poet, University of Michigan
45. James Faris, University of Connecticut
46. Grant Farred, Cornell University
47. Sasan Fayazmanesh, California State University, Fresno
48. Nina Felshin, Wesleyan University
49. Lucy Ferriss, Trinity College
50. James Fetzer, University of Minnesota, Duluth
51. Manzar Foorohar, California Polytechnic State University
52. Paul Foote, California State University, Fullerton
53. Robert Frager, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
54. Cynthia Franklin, University of Hawaii
55. Keya Ganguly, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
56. Irene Gendzier, Boston University
57. Jess Ghannam, University of California, San Francisco
58. Bishnupriya Ghosh, University of California, Santa Barbara
59. Him Glover, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
60. Sherna Berger Gluck, California State University Long Beach
61. Avery Gordon, University of California, Santa Barbara
62. Arthur Grant, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
63. Marilyn Hacker, City University of New York
64. Christian Haesemeyer, University of California, Los Angeles
65. Elaine Hagopian, Simmons College
66. Sondra Hale, University of California, Los Angeles
67. Leila Hamdan, George Mason University
68. John Hartung, State University of New York, Brooklyn
69. Salah Hassan, Michigan State University
70. Frances Hasso, Oberlin College
71. Nicholas Heer, University of Washington, Seattle
72. Lyn Hejinian, University of California, Berkeley
73. Edward S. Herman, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
74. Annie Higgins, Wayne State University
75. Chris Highley, Ohio State University
76. Jim Holstun, State University of New York, Buffalo
77. Sally Howell, University of Michigan, Dearborn
78. Azfar Hussein, Oklahoma State University
79. Mahmood Ibrahim, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
80. Ibrahim Imam, University of Louisville
81. Pranav Jani, Ohio State University
82. Amira Jarmakani, Georgia State University
83. Kenneth Johnson, Pennsylvania State University, Abington
84. Brian Johnston, Carnegie Mellon University
85. Pierre Joris, State University of New York, Albany
86. Donna Joss, Worcester State College
87. Mohja Kahf, University of Arkansas
88. Rhoda Kanaaneh, New York University
89. Tomis Kapitan, Northern Illinois University
90. Susan Katz, University of San Francisco
91. Kehaulani Kauanui, Wesleyan University
92. Robin D.G. Kelley, University of Southern California
93. Assaf Kfoury, Boston University
94. Issam Khalidi, Independent Scholar
95. Andrea Khalil, Queens College, City University of New York
96. Kathleen Kinawy, University of Southern Maine
97. David Klein, California State University, Northridge
98. Yael Korin, University of California, Los Angeles
99. Dennis Kortheuer, California State University, Long Beach
100. Felix Salvador Kury, San Francisco State University
101. Mark Lance, Georgetown University
102. Werner Lange, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
103. Amanda Lashaw, University of California, Davis
104. David Lloyd, University of Southern California
105. Georgette Loup, University of New Orleans
106. Alex Lubin, University of New Mexico
107. Paul Lyons, University of Hawaii
108. Graham MacPhee, West Chester University
109. Shireen Mahdavi, University of Utah
110. Sunaina Maira, University of California, Davis
111. Harriet Malinowitz, Long Island University
112. Ahmad Malkawi, University of Kentucky
113. Khaled Mattawa, University of Michigan
114. Todd May, Clemson University
115. Ali Mazrui, State University of New York, Binghamton
116. Bryan McCann, University of Texas, Austin
117. Daniel McGowan, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
118. Jad Melki, University of Maryland
119. Martin Melkonian, Hofstra University
120. Mark Mendoza, Miami University, Ohio
121. Targol Mesbah, California Institute of Integral Studies
122. Ali Mili, New Jersey Institute of Technology
123. Kelvin Monroe, Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul, MN
124. Jessica Morris, University of Louisville
125. Fouad Moughrabi, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga
126. Aamir Mufti, University of California, Los Angeles
127. Bill Mullen, Purdue University
128. Donna Murdock, University of the South
129. Mara Naaman, Williams College
130. David O’Connell, Georgia State University
131. Judy Olson, California State University, Los Angeles, CFA-LA
132. Sirena Pellarolo, California State University, Northridge
133. David Naguib Pellow, University of Minnesota
134. James Petras, Binghamton University
135. Kavita Philip, University of California, Irvine
136. Julio Pino, Kent State University
137. Edie Pistolesi, California State University, Northridge
138. Deborah Poole, The Johns Hopkins University
139. Vijay Prashad, Trinity College
140. Gautam Premnath, University of California, Berkeley
141. Jessica Quindel, Berkeley High School
142. Peter Rachleff, Macalester College
143. Aneil Rallin, Soka University of America
144. Junaid Rana, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
145. Adolph Reed, University of Pennsylvania
146. Steve Roddy, University of San Francisco
147. Ilia Rodriguez, University of New Mexico
148. Jerry Rosen, California State University, Northridge
149. Sonia Rosen, University of Pennsylvania
150. Suzanne Ross, United Federation of Teachers, Clinical Psychology
151. Marty Roth, University of Minnesota
152. Lori Rudolph, New Mexico Highlands University
153. Steven Salaita, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
154. Vida Samiian, California State University, Fresno
155. Rakhshanda Saleem, Harvard Medical School
156. Basel Saleh, Radford University
157. George Salem, University of Southern California
158. Rosaura Sanchez, University of California, San Diego
159.=2 0Eleuterio Santiago-Diaz, University of New Mexico
160. Bhaskar Sarkar, University of California, Santa Barbara
161. Aseel Sawalha, Pace University
162. Simona Sawhney, University of Minnesota
163. Seleem Sayyar, Emory University
164. Fayyad Sbaihat, University of Pittsburgh
165. Robert Schaible, University of Southern Maine
166. James Scully, University of Connecticut
167. Dylan Schwilk, Texas Tech University
168. Evalyn Segal, San Diego State University
169. May Seikaly, Wayne State University
170. Bharath A. Sethuraman, California State University, Northridge
171. Anton Shammas, University of Michigan
172. Matthew Shenoda, Goddard College
173. Scott Shepard, Richland College
174. Setsu Shigematsu, University of California, Riverside
175. Magid Shihade, University of California Davis
176. Snehal Shingavi, University of Mary Washington
177. Ella Shohat, New York University
178. Yumna Siddiqi, Middlebury College
179. Andor Skotnes, Sage College
180. Scott Sorrell, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
181. Ted Stolze, Cerritos College
182. Patricia Stuhr, Ohio State University
183. Kenneth Surin, Duke University
184. Simone Swan, The Adobe Alliance
185. William J. Thompson, University of Michigan, Dearborn
186. Juan Carlos Vallejo, State University of New York
187. Stefano Varese, University of California, Davis
188. Dorothy Wang, Williams College
189. Richard Wark, University of Maryland
190. Brad Werner, University of California, San Diego
191. Mary Wilson, University of Massachu setts, Amherst
192. Jessica Winegar, Temple University
193. Mansour Zand, University of Nebraska, Omaha

Endorsements from Cultural Workers:
1. Mohammed Asaad, writer, poet, critic, Kuwait
2. Mary Austin, Curator, Triptych Readings
3. Ellen Cantarow, independent writer
4. DJ Emancipacion, DJ in San Francisco
5. David Engle, writer
6. Eileen Fleming, We Are Wide Awake; writer and producer
7. Bill Fletcher, Executive Editor, The Black Commentator
8. Glen Ford, Executive Editor, Black Agenda Report
9. Mark Gonzales, poet, Human Writes Project
10. Lydia Howell, writer, poet, radio journalist and producer, Minneapolis
11. Hugo Herlych Karlsen, author and publisher, Denmark
12. Paul Laverty, screenwriter
13. Claude Marks, The Freedom Archives
14. Tom Mysiewicz, freelance writer
15. Kiilu Nyasha, SFLive TV program
16. David Peterson, writer, Chicago
17. F. D. Reeve, poet
18. Adrienne Rich, poet, essayist
19. Richard Schaaf, poet, founding editor of Azul Editions
20. Deema Shehabi, poet, San Francisco
21. Michel Shehadeh, Executive Director, Arab Film Festival
22. Joe Truss, Some of All Parts hip hop group
23. Laura C. Stevenson, writer
24. Shelby Tucker, author
Endorsements from International Colleagues:
1. Ahmed Abbes, University of Rennes 1
2. Noha Abo-krysha, Cairo University
3. Noha Taha Abokrysha, Cairo University
4. Mona Baker, University of Manchester
5. Mikhael Balabane, Universite Paris 13
6. Rana Barakat, Birzeit University
7. Katherine Bullock, University of Toronto, Mississauga
8. Coskun Cakir, Istanbul University
9. Robert Boyce, London School of Economics
10. Jean Bricmont, Universite de Louvain
11. Muhammad Talha Cicek, Sabanci University
12. Ned Curthoys, Australian National University
13. Bucker Dangor, Imperial College, London
14. Mahmoud El Lozy, American University in Cairo
15. Shadia Elshishini, Cairo University
16. Emmanuel Farjoun, Hebrew University
17. Michael Harris, Universite Paris 7
18. Huma Ibrahim, Zayed University
19. Paul Kelemen, Univ of Manchester
20. M. Moncef Khaddar, Eastern Mediterranean University
21. Lilia Labidi, University of Tunis
22. Gerald MacLean, University of Exeter
23. Rania Masri, University of Balamand
24. Rima Najjar Merriman, Arab American University, Jenin
25. Khalid Mohiuddin, University of Damascus
26. Ali Mokdad, Universite de Montreal
27. Chivvis Moore, Birzeit University
28. Marcy Newman, An Najah National University, Palestine
29. Sam Noumoff, McGill University
30. Joseph Oesterle, Universite Paris VI
31. Lucia Quaresma, University of Rio de Janeiro
32. Donna M. Ruzzano, Eastern Mediterranean University
33. Rima Sabban, Zayed University, Dubai
34. Hanan Sabea, American University in Cairo
35. Mehmet Murat Sahin, Middle East Technical University, Ankara
36. Richard Seaford, University of Exeter
37. Jason Thomas, Kosin University, Korea
38. Stellan Vinthagen, Gothenberg University, Sweden
39. Elia Zureik, Queen’s University
Organizational Endorsements:
1. Right to Education Campaign Campaign, Birzeit University
2. Students Creating Radical Change, New York University
3. Shi’a Organization of America
4. Campaign to End Israeli Apartheid, Southern California
5. British Committee for the Universities of Palestine
6. PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy
7. Radius of Arab American Writers (RAWI)
8. The Adobe Alliance
9. Los Angeles Jews for Peace
10. International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network – Los Angeles Chapter
11. National Council of Arab Americans
12. The Free Palestine Alliance (USA)
13. Palestinian Economists Association
14. Cafe Intifada – film/cultural group
15. Los Angeles Palestine Labor Solidarity Committee

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