SPME Needs Your Contribution This Year For Expanded Scholarship, Chapter Development, Programs And Services…Please Be Generous

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SPME has ambitious plans for scholarship, chapter development programs and services. We want to thank the contributors, listed below over the last two weeks, and ask you to add your name with your contribution. Please go to www.spme.net/contribution.html or send your suggested contribution of $50.00 or more if you can to: SPME, c/o Susquehanna Institute, 624 Sandra Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17109-5816 USA. With no paid professional staff, all funds go into programs and services.

Your contributions are going into the “Professors and Presidents With Jewish Problems: A Look at Power in America” Conference, chaired by Mark Lichbach, University of Maryland and Alan Zuckerman, Brown University, where there will be a formal academic reply to the works of Walt and Mearsheimer and Jimmy Carter.

Your contributions are going to help us raise faculty awareness about the issues of the UCU boycott of Israeli scholars as we hope to sponsor a tour for Prof. David Newman of Ben Gurion University who is the official faculty representative of Israeli Universitues in the fight against the academic boycott of the University and College Union.

Your contributions are going to help us offer new interdisciplinary conference on teaching about the Arab Israeli conflict, if there is support and interest.

Your contributions are helping us go to meet potential allies and new members in the struggle to reverse the rising tide of anti-Israeli colleagues on college campuses and seek all professors of good will who seek to raise the level of discourse from polemics and propaganda to scholarship and contructive analysis.

Your contributions will help us expand our administrative services to better respond to our network subscribers with interactive features and quicker responses.

Your contributions will help us take our ads in major newspapers when our network comes together to speak out and to get out press releases with important SPME positions on academic issues.

Your contributions will help us provide clerical, administrative and staff support to chapter coordinators, task force and committee chairs as well as officers and others who are all donating their time with no compensation to SPME.

Your contributions will help SPME grow and show the world that professors care about the Middle East narrative on campus and will join other professors to support academic integrity and honest debate.

Your contributions will be sincerely appreciated and put to good use. We thanks those below and you in advance, for your generosity.

The SPME Board of Directors
www.spme.net/board.html

Donors 8/27/o7-9/15/05

Kenneth Altman MD
Tenafly, NJ

Peter Anik
University of Louisville

Carl Cuneo
McMaster University

Carl S. Ehrlich
York University

Barry Farber
Teachers College
Columbia University

Rabbi Barry Friedman
University of Evansville
Temple Adath B’nai Israel, Evansville IN

Adam Glantz
Herdon, VA

Sharon Glazer
San Jose State University

Edward Greenberg
Washington University

Sorin Iancu
Mequon, WI

Jan Jackman
Irvine, CA

Jeffrey Leppo
University of Massachusetts

Marshall and Lynda Myers
Philadelphia, PA

David Nimmer
Beverly Hills, CA

Christine Ohno
University of Dortmund, Germany

Noelle Pineau
La Quinta, California

Manson Solomon
Lincoln, MA

Irwin Wiess
UCLA

Sally Zerker
University of Toronto

SPME Needs Your Contribution This Year For Expanded Scholarship, Chapter Development, Programs And Services…Please Be Generous

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Scholars for Peace in the Middle East (SPME) is not-for-profit [501 (C) (3)], grass-roots community of scholars who have united to promote honest, fact-based, and civil discourse, especially in regard to Middle East issues. We believe that ethnic, national, and religious hatreds, including anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism, have no place in our institutions, disciplines, and communities. We employ academic means to address these issues.

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