« Journal de la Liberté Académique » de l’AAUP sur le boycott académique d’Israël


L’Association américaine des professeurs d’université (American Association of University Professors), l’un des syndicats universitaires les plus influents dans le monde, vient de publier le volume 4 de son Journal de la Liberté Académique, consacré au boycott académique d’Israël.

The American Association of University Professors, arguably one of the most influential academic unions in the world, has just published Volume 4 of its Journal of Academic Freedom, focusing on the academic boycott of Israel.

Journal of Academic Freedom Volume 4

Table of Contents

All essays are in .PDF format.

- Editor’s Introduction

By Ashley Dawson

- Rethinking Academic Boycotts

By Marjorie Heins

- Palestine, Boycott, and Academic Freedom : A Reassessment Introduction

By Bill V. Mullen

- Boycott, Academic Freedom, and the Moral Responsibility to Uphold Human Rights

By Omar Barghouti

- The Israeli State of Exception and the Case for Academic Boycott

By David Lloyd and Malini Johar Schueller

- Boycotts against Israel and the Question of Academic Freedom in American Universities in the Arab World

By Sami Hermez and Mayssoun Soukarieh

- Changing My Mind about the Boycott

By Joan W. Scott

- Academic Freedom Encompasses the Right to Boycott : Why the AAUP Should Support the Palestinian Call for the Academic Boycott of Israel

By Rima Najjar Kapitan

- Market Forces and the College Classroom : Losing Sovereignty

By Michael Stein, Christopher Scribner, and David Brown

- Academic Freedom from Below : Toward an Adjunct-Centered Struggle

By Jan Clausen and Eva-Maria Swidler