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Israel/Palestine and the paradoxes of academic freedom

by / RP 135 (Jan/Feb 2006) / Article

In the last few years, two separate debates on academic freedom have emerged in the United States, and both of them have Israel/Palestine at their centre. The first has to do with arguments against the academic boycott of Israeli institutions on grounds of academic freedom, and the second has to do with the …

Academic boycott as international solidarity: The academic boycott of Israel; Not so simple: Reflections on the academic boycott of Israel

by , and / RP 125 (May/Jun 2004) / Commentary

Victory At Swansea

Visitor's Report Reinstates Rebel Lecturers
by / RP 065 (Autumn 1993) / News

The attack on civil rights in West Germany

by / RP 019 (Spring 1978) / Article

Thought and Action in the Huntingdon Affair

Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom
by / RP 010 (Spring 1975) / Article

The Huntingdon File

by / RP 007 (Spring 1974) / Extras