“How Sanctions Work: Iran and the Impact of Economic Warfare,” a Crown Seminar with Narges Bajoghli and Vali Nasr
Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis University
Please join the Crown Center for Middle East Studies for an online Crown Seminar with Narges Bajoghli and Vali Nasr, in conversation with Naghmeh Sohrabi on March 13 from 11:00am–12:15pm EST.
Sakıp Sabancı Center for Turkish Studies
The Sakıp Sabancı Center is excited to host this panel organized by Murat İplikçi uniting three scholars, each focusing on the landscape of business history in Turkey. Join us February 23 at 12:30EST
Letter to Indiana University regarding academic freedom violations against Professor Abdelkader Sinno and artist Samia Halaby
Our letter calling for Indiana University to rescind both the suspension of Professor Abdelkader Sinno and the cancellation of the retrospective survey of Samia Halaby's Art.
Letter to New York University regarding recent actions that threaten free speech and academic freedom
Our letter to New York University, expressing concern about protecting the right to free speech and the academic freedom of its faculty, students and staff.
Our letter to California State University, San Bernadino, expressing concern about censorship regarding Professor Ahlam Muhtaseb
Our letter to Albany Law School expressing concern about the situation of Assistant Professor Nina Farnia.
Letter to the University of Texas, Austin, concerning the arbitrary dismissal of two teaching assistants
Our letter to the University of Texas, Austin expressing alarm at the arbitrary dismissal of teaching assistants Parham Daghighi and Callie Kennedy.
Letter to the chancellor of CUNY and the interim president of Hunter College regarding their failure to defend free speech and academic freedom
Our letter expressing concern regarding the failure of Hunter College to defend free speech and academic freedom.
Letter to the president of the University of Arizona expressing concern about the College of Education’s treatment of two faculty members
Our letter expressing concern about the College of Education's treatment of faculty members Rebecca Lopez and Rebecca Zapien.
Our letter expressing concern regarding House Resolution 894's equation of anti-Zionism with antisemitism
Letter to the University of California, Irvine, protesting disciplinary proceedings against a UCI graduate student
Our letter to the University of California, Irvine, for bringing disciplinary charges against graduate student Margaret Goldman
Letter to the University of Pennsylvania protesting its decision to ban the screening of the documentary Israelism
Our letter expressing dismay about the administration’s decision to prevent the screening by Penn students of "Israelism".
The Committee on Academic Freedom received a response to our 20 November letter requesting clarification about the decision to suspend the George Washington University (GWU) chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) for at least 90 days.
Letter to George Washington University about the suspension of the university’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine
Please see our letter requesting clarification about the decision to suspend the George Washington University (GWU) chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) for at least 90 days.
Our letter expressing concern about Columbia University’s decision to suspend the university’s chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) and Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP).
Our letter expressing concern about your failure to respond to a pattern of egregious threats to academic freedom aimed at Syracuse University faculty.
Our letter expressing grave concern about the decision to withdraw recognition of the Brandeis University chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP).
Our letter expressing concern about the failure of the University of Pennsylvania to respond to the defamation and harassment of UPenn faculty
Letter to the President of Columbia University defending Professor Joseph Massad
Our letter to NYU Law School Dean protesting actions taken against Ryna Workman
The Committee on Academic Freedom received a response to our 31 July letter to Biden administration officials expressing concern regarding the Memorandum of Understanding recently concluded between the United States and Israel concerning Israel’s admission to the U.S. Visa Waiver Program.
Our letter calling on Princeton University to defend the academic freedom of Professor Satyel Larson.