Forbes Magazine Adds to Rebuke of ASA Boycott
Jan 15, 2014 — By now you probably know that over 180 universities have issued statements against the ASA academic boycott, and this has been a positive development in the campaign to rescind the ASA's resolution. Attention has turned now to the role of regional chapters with the ASA in addition to the withdrawal of institutional memberships. If you haven't seen it, here's a link to an extensive investigation of the ASA's National Council and the motivations behind the boycott: http://www.forbes.com/sites/richardbehar/2014/01/14/open-letter-to-nyus-president-why-the-american-studies-assn-s-israel-boycott-makes-me-ashamed-to-be-an-alumnus/
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