Zionism and Higher Education: Academic Freedom and Dissent

A Panel on Zionism and Higher Education: Academic Freedom and Dissent

What is Zionism and what are its implications for university education and academic freedom? How does Zionism impact university policies, administrators and curriculum? How does Zionism as a modern ideology relate to racism, religion, Judaism and anti-Semitism? How do Palestinians experience Zionism on campuses and beyond? This panel brings together Jewish and Palestinian scholars and activists to address these questions to advance dialog and understanding.

Speakers:

Tallie Ben-Daniel, Jewish Voice for Peace, Managing Director
Taher Herzallah (American Muslims for Palestine)
Jennifer Mogganam (UC Davis)
Jeff Sacks (UC Riverside), Comparative Literature
Keith Camacho (UCLA)
Moderated by Setsu Shigematsu

Co-sponsors:

UCR Center for Ideas and Society, Decolonizing Humanism(?) Stream
UCLA Asian American Studies
UCR Comparative Literature
UCR Media & Cultural Studies
UCR English Department

Register: https://bit.ly/SPJ_Zionism 

Friday, May 6 at 3:00pm to 5:00pm

CHASS Interdisciplinary South, 1113

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