Solidarity with Bill Mullen
The USACBI Organizing Collective seeks signatures from college and university students, faculty, and staff in support of the following open statement. You need not be an endorser of USACBI to sign onto this statement, even as we invite you to endorse the USACBI call here if you haven’t yet done so (www.usacbi.org/about/). Please sign and share this public statement!


US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI) expresses its utmost solidarity with our comrade and colleague on the Organizing Collective, Bill Mullen, who is facing false and malicious attacks by Mitch Daniels, president of Purdue University, where Mullen is Professor of English and American Studies (www.socialistworker.org/2017/10/12/purdues-president-takes-aim-at-the-left).

We condemn Daniels’s attack and recognize it as part of a larger attempt on the part of university administrators to vilify students and faculty fighting fascism, while they offer protection to those who are actually spreading fascism on college campuses under the cover of “free speech.” We also note that the question of Palestine brings clearly into focus university administrators’ implication in white supremacy and fascist violence.

Professor Bill Mullen, as one of the founding members of the Campus Anti-Fascist Network (CAN), is vigorously opposing the fomenting of fascist violence on university campuses, including by those who identify as neo-Nazis and white supremacists (www.campusantifascistnetwork.com/can-mission-statement/). Even as Mullen has been engaged in strenuously fighting the antisemitism and racism promoted by “alt right” groups, his university president has falsely charged him with "anti-Semitism," presumably on the basis of his Palestine solidarity work, including with the USACBI campaign.

CAN’s platform is premised on supporting democracy and respect for human rights, and opposing white supremacy and imperialist and fascistic violence. Daniels purposefully inverts and misrepresents CAN's work, and in doing so creates and perpetuates a dangerously false equivalence between anti-Zionism and antisemitism, while letting real antisemites, in the form of white supremacists and neo-Nazis, speak freely. With no evidence to support his accusations, Daniels’ dishonest association is meant to discipline those like Mullen who engage in anti-racist, anti-fascist work on the principle of justice.

Daniels’ misconception—an all too common one—that anti-Zionism is antisemitic blinds him to the fact that the faculty member he demonizes is at the front lines of the fight against antisemitism, and that this activity, as part of Bill Mullen’s anti-fascist organizing, is perfectly consistent with his support for the Palestinian struggle. Both struggles involve upholding democratic principles, respect for human rights, and opposition to violent forms of nationalism and white supremacy in the US and elsewhere.

In attacking Bill Mullen, Mitch Daniels does something worse than equating anti-fascism with fascism. He supplements the work of the fascists through such baseless, distracting accusations.

All social justice movements have a stake in confronting this new form of McCarthyism, especially as growing bipartisan repression in the Trump era aims to systematically isolate and silence intersectional grassroots resistance wherever it appears.

For precisely these reasons, we stand in support with our comrade, Bill Mullen, as we refuse to divide our anti-Zionist organizing from the work of resisting fascism and white supremacy in all its forms.

--The USACBI Organizing Collective

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Organizational Endorsers (list in formation)
French Association of Academics for the Respect of International Law in Palestine (AURDIP)
International Socialist Organization (ISO)
Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)
Jews for Palestinian Right of Return
Labor for Palestine
NYC Solidarity with Palestine
Radical Sanctuary collective, UC Davis
US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
American Muslims for Palestine
LA4Palestine
Al-Awda New York, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition
Al-Awda, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition
Belgian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (BACBI)
Campus Anti-Fascist Network (CAN)
Committee for Open Discussion of Zionism (CODZ)
Tree of Life Educational Fund
Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign
US Palestinian Community Network
Jews Say No!
Labor for Standing Rock
National Lawyers Guild
British Committee for the Universities of Palestine (BRICUP)
Transparent GMU (George Mason University)
Student Power GMU


Signatories (list in formation)
Cynthia Franklin, English, University of Hawai'i
Ebony Coletu, Pennsylvania State University
Craig Willse, Cultural Studies, George Mason University
Heike Schotten, Political Science, University of Massachusetts Boston
David Lloyd, Department of English, University of California, Riverside
Adam Miyashiro, Stockton University
Chandni Desai, University of Toronto, Department of Equity Studies
Ahmed Abbes, Directeur de Recherche au CNRS, Paris, France
Herman De Ley, Em.Prof. Ghent University (Belgium)
David Klein, California State University Northridge
Rima Najjar, Al-Quds University, Palestine
Andrew Ryder, Honors College, Texas Christian University
Aaron Jaffe, Liberal Arts, Juilliard
Ron Jacobs, Library, Saint Michael's College, Vermont
Sandy Nicoll, UNISON (TU) Branch Secretary, SOAS University of London
Evan Fritz, CLAS, UConn
Annagul Yaryyeva, American Studies, Purdue University
Tithi Bhattacharya, Purdue University
Jordy Rosenberg, University of Massachusetts
Nizan Shaked, California State University Long Beach
Jared Sacks, Columbia University
Lara Langer Cohen, Department of English, Swarthmore College
Nalini Iyer, English, Seattle University
Jonathan Isaac, Department of English, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Dana Mills, Department of Philosophy, Oxford Brookes, UK
Aren Aizura, Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota
Ruben Fitch, Computer Science, UCSC
Pranav Jani, English, The Ohio State University
Bret Benjamin, English, University at Albany, SUNY
Madeleine Fenn, Undergraduate Student, Texas Woman’s University
Steve Wellinski, Eastern Michigan University (Purdue Alum '93, '96, '02)
Joseph Varga, Labor Studies, Indiana University
Alex Bartolo, Hampshire College
Nicole Colson, International Socialist Organization
Pablo Mukherjee, English&Comparative Literary Studies; Warwick University
Eric Covey, American Studies, Miami University
matt hooley, English, Clemson University
Mary Ann Cain, Indiana U Purdue U Fort Wayne
Sherry Wolf, Rutgers
Vida Samiian, Liguistics, California State University, Fresno
Nada Elia, Purdue Alum, PhD 1993
Timothy J Reiss, Comparative Literature, New York University (Emeritus)
Kim Compoc, English and Ethnic Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Robert Warrior, American Studies, University of Kansas
Walter Daum, Mathematics, CCNY (retired)
Denise Romero, Journalism, Lehman College
Patrick L.Gallagher, Modern and Classical Languages Kent State University
Charles Holm, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Jennifer Ponce de León, English, University of Pennsylvania
Suvir Kaul, Dept. of English, University of Pennsylvania
Todd Gordon, Law & Society, Wilfrid Laurier University
Holly Lewis, Department of Philosophy, Texas State University
Vicente M Diaz, American Indian Studies
Manzar Foroohar, History Professor, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Helen Jun, English, University of Illinois, Chicago
Emilio del Valle Escalante, Romance Studies, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Brinda Bose, Centre for English Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Candace Fujikane, English Department, University of Hawaiʻi
David Shorter, UCLA
Austin McCoy, University of Michigan
Muhammad Yousuf, Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Zoe Lawlor, University of Limerick, Ireland
Megan Ferreira, Conservation Biology, SUNY-ESF
Harriet Malinowitz, Department of Writing, Ithaca College
Wesley Bishop, History, Purdue University
Gerardo Renique, Department of History, City University of New York
Kimberly Drake, Scripps College
Sarah Ehlers, English Department, University of Houston
Cathy Bergin, University of Brighton
Amit Baishya, University of Oklahoma, English
Rachel Beaty, University of Arizona
Tyler Shipley, Dept of Liberal Studies, Humber College
Eric M. Fink, Elon University School of Law
Bob Ross, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Point Park University
Anna Bjork Einarsdottir, University of California-Davis
Chris Hauck, Department of Engineering, Syracuse University
Caitlin Fox-Hodess, Sociology, UC Berkeley
Rebecca Comay, Philosophy, University of Toronto
Wayne Heimbach
Lenora Hanson, English, NYU
Laleh Khalili, SOAS, University of London
Johnny E. Williams, Sociology, Trinity College
Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Women’s and Gender Studies, Syracuse University
Isaac Davis, University of North Texas
Joanne Wiedman
Julie Webber, Illinois State University
Christian Haesemeyer, Mathematics & Statistics, University of Melbourne
Lewis Roberts, Indiana U Purdue U Ft Wayne
Matt Rowe, Sociology, UC Berkeley
Seth Uzman, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
Troy Storfjell, Languages and Literatures, Pacific Lutheran University
victor mendoza, University of Michigan
Kaitlin Kelly-Thompson, PhD Student, Political Science, Purdue University
Alex Lubin, American Studies, University of New Mexico
Geoffrey Wildanger, Comparative Literature, Brown University
Magid Shihade, Birzeit University
Lori Puopolo, Trinity College, Class of 2018
Uri Horesh, Language and Linguistics, University of Essex
Brittney Vaal Student, Purdue University
Nancy Welch, University of Vermont
Guy Miller, United Transportation Union
Shelley Steeby, UCSD
J. Kehaulani Kauanui, American Studies, Wesleyan University
Snehal Shingavi, Associate Professor, English, University of Texas, Austin
Sophia Azeb, New York University
Erik Wallenberg, History, Brooklyn College
Jean O'Brien History, University of Minnesota
Steven Spires
Douglas Armato, University of Minnesota Press
Ernie Artiz, Department of English, UC Berkeley
Elizabeth Dean, Department of History, University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign
Joseph Perez, Lehman College
Rachel Rubin, University of Massachusetts Boston
Paige Sarlin, Department of Media Study, University at Buffalo/SUNY
Maximillian Alvarez, Comparative Literature & History, University of Michigan
Alex Long, English Department, Purdue University
Linda Hess, Stanford University
Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt, Linfield College, Department of English
Rio Scharf, Harvard Law School
Jeff Goodwin, Sociology, New York University
Carol L. Tilley, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Luz Calvo, Ethnic Studies, Cal State East Bay
Maïa Pal, Social sciences, Oxford Brookes University
Lisa Rofel, Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
Peter Evans, University of California, Berkeley
Jose I. Fuste, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, University of Washington, Bothell
Thompson E. Potter, Jr., Faculty Secretary, Harvard Law School (personal identification)
Darwin Tsen, Modern Languages Department, Carthage College
Sam Menefee-Libey
James Hunter
Moustafa Bayoumi , English, Brooklyn College CUNY
Dani Carrillo, Sociology, UC Berkeley
Robin D. G. Kelley History, UCLA
Robert Boyce, International History, London School of Economics and Political Science
Valerie Wayne, English, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Ellie Hamrick, Department of Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center
Viet Nguyen, English, University of Southern California
Hester Eisenstein, City University of New York
David Roediger, American Studies, Kansas
Kevin Adams
Richard Matthews, Social Justice Studies, Lakehead University, Canada
Ira Dworkin, Texas A&M University
Alexander Mann, Formerly French and Italian, Indiana University
Michael Letwin, Jews for Palestinian Right of Return, and Labor for Palestine
Kristin Lawler, Sociology, College of Mount St. Vincent
John King, School of Professional Studies, NYU
Jeffrey Melnick, American Studies Department, University of Massachusetts Boston
Melissa F. Weiner, Sociology, College of the Holy Cross
Anna Baltzer, US Campaign for Palestinian Rights
Ida Maydae
Anthony Monteiro, Unaffiliated independent researcher
Marcus Sanchez, English, University of North Florida
Dilan Kurt, student, Trinity College
Zakariya Uddin, Sociology, University of Maryland
Margaret Macpherson
Monisha Das Gupta, Ethnic Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Kate Griffiths, CUNY
Jesse Cohn, English, Purdue University Northwest
Rana Makki, Public Policy and International Affairs, American University of Beirut
Piya Chatterjee, FGSS, Scripps College
Namaluba Malawo, Mathematics, Purdue University
Safwan Akkari, Mathematical Sciences
Elmo King, Documentary Film, Brooklyn College
Nitasha Sharma, Asian American Studies, Northwestern
Dror WARSCHAWSKI, Biophysique, CNRS
Sunaina Maira, Asian American Studies, UC Davis
Kyle Brooks, Kennesaw State Alumni
Louis-Georges Schwartz, Film Division School of Dance Film and Theater, Ohio University
Lamis Deek
Jasbir Puar, Rutgers University
Christopher Harris, Cinematic Arts, University of Iowa
Fuad Saleh, Arabic Studies, Georgetown University
Shelia Cassidy
Kanishka Goonewardena, Department of Geography and Planning, University of Toronto
Alexander Mullenix, Political Science, Purdue University
Paul Noursi
Suzanne Adely, National Lawyers Guild
David Kazanjian, English, University of Pennsylvania
Reuben Roth, Laurentian University, Labour Studies (Canada)
Dane Wilson Williams College ‘14
Sean M. Kennedy, English, Graduate Center, CUNY
S. Shankar, English, U of Hawaii at Manoa
Susy Zepeda Chicanx Studies, UC Davis
W Oliver Baker, English, University of New Mexico
walda katz-fishman, sociology, howard university
Dr. Mary-Jo Nadeau, Independent scholar, Toronto (Canada)
Hunter Bivens, Literature, UCSC
Marina Carter, Independent Researcher
Marwan Rashed, Philosophy, Sorbonne University Paris
Manuel Rosaldo, Socioology, UC Berkeley
Richard Seaford, Classics, University of Exeter
Terri Ginsberg, The American University in Cairo
Véronique Bontemps, CNRS, France
Adrienne Carey Hurley, East Asian Studies, McGill University
Rabab Abdulhadi, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies, SFSU
Wendy Kozol, Oberlin College
Tony Whelan, Mathematics, London School of Economics
Ches Chesney
Dougal McNeill, English, Victoria University Wellington
Thomas Amundrud, Department of English Education, Nara University of Education
Sascha Angermann, American Studies, Purdue University
Todd Chretien, University of California, Santa Cruz 2012
Deborah Mutnick
Alessandra Capone
Claude DENISSE, AgroParisTech
Brian Donnelly, Design, Sheridan College
Phil Koch Maryland Institute College of Art
Charles Post Sociology-City University of New York
Julia Bloch, University of Pennsylvania
Nesrine Chahine Stockton
Beth Carroll, Appalachian State University
Jason Bates, PhD Student in Chemical Engineering, Purdue University
Ana Maria Candela, Sociology, Binghamton University
John Fussell, vice president, TOLEF
David McNally, Political Science, York University
Andrew Ross, New York University
Conall Cash, Cornell University
Chris Isett, History, University of Minnesota
Christopher Stone, Hunter College (CUNY)
Asma Abbas Bard College at Simon's Rock
Akhir Stewart, Williams
De Broe Marc, University Antwerpen
Anne Morelli, Univerité de Bruxelles (ULB)
Dan Boscov-Ellen, SSCS, Pratt Institute
Marc Jacquemain, Social Sciences, University of Liege, Belgium
Karim Zahidi, Department of Philosophy, Antwerp University
Marc David, Emeritus, Dep. Math. & Comp. Sci., Antwerp University
Judith Norman, Philosophy, Trinity University
Franklin Ridgway, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of Cincinnati
Christiane Schomblond, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Teresa Stern
Eva Brems, Human Rights Centre, Ghent University, Belgium
Steven Salaita, Unaffiliated
Barbara Van Dyck, Science and Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex
Isaac Kamola, Trinity College
John Collins, Global Studies, St. Lawrence University
Warren Montag, English, Occidental College
Rob Hoveman, Philosophy Department, Central European University
Patrick Barrett, University of Wisconsin-Madison
April Burke, English Language and Literature, Central Michigan University
Rosalind Petchesky, Political Science, Hunter College & the Graduate Center, CUNY (retired)
Amith Gupta, Unaffiliated
Balbir K. Singh, Center for Women's and Gender Studies, University of Texas-Austin
Jonathan Rosenhead, Operational Research, London School of Economics
Hannah Swoboda , Psychology, University of Chicago
Matt Brm, College of Staten Island, CUNY
Ben Manski, Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Steven Blevins, Independent researcher
Phil Chetwynd, Unaffiliated
Maria Bates, Professor of English, Pierce College
Brendan Balint, Georgia State University, Perimeter College, English
Ahmed Kanna, International Studies, University of the Pacific
Philip Marfleet, Social Sciences, University of East London, UK
Colin Barker, Sociology, Manchester Metropolitan University
Neil Rogall, City and Islington College, London (retired)
Michael Billeaux, Sociology, UW-Madison
Alan Sears, Sociology, Ryerson University
Jeffery R Webber, Queen Mary University of London
Maria Bates, English Department, Pierce College
Aaron Roussell, Sociology, Portland State University
Anthony Pecqueux, Sociologist, CNRS (France)
Tom Lewis, Emeritus, Spanish and International Studies, University of Iowa
Ed Bennett
Michael Powelson, California State University-Channel Islands
Byungkun Kim
Alejandra Rosiles, California State University Northridge
Keith Danner, Department of English, University of California, Irvine
Laam Hae, Political Science, York University
Tariq Khan, History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Glenn Hendler, English Department, Fordham University
Paula Mohan, American Indian Studies, UW-Madison
Maryvelma O Neil, Global Citizenship Program, Webster University, Geneva, Switzerland
Jennifer Hitchcock, English, Old Dominion University
Aziz Choudry, Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University
Norma Rantisi, Geography, Concordia University
Yossef Mekyton, Queer Institute of Gutenberg, Sweden
Targol Mesbah, Anthropology and Social Change, California Institute of Integral Studies
Edie Pistolesi, Art Department, California State University Northridge
Zeljko Cipris, Modern Languages and Literature, University of the Pacific
Toby Smith, Cultural Studies, UC Davis
Margaret Power, Humanities, Illinois Institute of Technology
John Sidney, La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology
Rayya El Zein, Communications, University of Pennsylvania
Naoko Shibusawa, History & American Studies/Ethnic Studies, Brown University
Tony Heath, Urban & Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Corinna Mullin
Nirmala Erevelles, Education, The University of Alabama
Parastou Saberi, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Les Levidow, Development Policy and Practice, Open University, UK
Yoav Beirach, Tel Aviv University
Rajini Srikanth, English, University of Massachusetts Boston
Elsa Auerbach, English, UMass Boston (Emerita)
Raymond Uymatiao, School of Medicine Staff, University of Pittsburgh
Schneur Newfield, Sociology, NYU
Michael A. RYAN, History, University of New Mexico
Akua Ofori, UCSF
Rei Terada, Comparative Literature, UC Irvine
Carol Murray, University of Hawaii
Joseph Entin, English & American Studies, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Jinah Kim, Communication Studies, Cal State Northridge
Susan Hegeman, English, University of Florida
Kelsey Chapman, Purdue University
Clayton Plake, Fullerton College Department of English
Joel Geier, Associate Editor, International Socialist Review
Clarice Kuhling, Sessional Lecturer, Wilfrid Laurier Univ
Karin Verelst, CLEA, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Bryant William Sculos, The Amherst Program in Critical Theory
Conor Dempsey, Neuroscience, Columbia University
Shampa Biswas, Politics, Whitman College
Ladan Mehranvar, University of Toronto/Princeton University
Joseph Keady, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fawzia Afzal-Khan, English and Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Montclair State Uniiversity
Samuel Farber, Political Science, Brooklyn College (retired)
Jyotsna Kapur, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
Erin Vaughn, Purdue University; COE
Kevin Gould, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University
Ryan Griffis, School of Art & Design, University of Illinois
Grace Hong, UCLA
Anna Neill, University of Kansas
Michael Friedman, Assistant Professor of Biology, American International College of Arts and Sciences of Antigua
William Harrison, Chemistry Dept., California State University Northridge, emeritus
Ethan Ackelsberg, Mathematics, Ohio State University
Markar Melkonian, Philosophy, California State University Northridge
Scott Anderson, Music, St. Olaf College
Mary Louise Pratt, New York University
Stien van Groendal
Tony Ward, Education, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, Rotorua, New Zealand
Claude DENISSE, AgroParisTech
Steven Botticelli, Psychology, NYU
Taveeshi Singh, Social Science, Syracuse University
Rabah Tahraoui, Professeur en retraite,Mathématiques, Université de Rouen, France
Joseph van der Naald, Sociology, The Graduate Center
Deepa Kumar, Rutgers University
Jonah Birch, Sociology, New York University
Joane Bourget, infirmière clinicienne
Vincent Romani, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Michelle Hartman, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University
Alienor Bej, UQAM
kobi snitz, Weizmann institute of science
Bélanger Monique, UQAM
Haidar Eid, Dept. of English, Al-Aqsa University
Pierre Beaudet, Université d'Ottawa
Sue Ferguson, Wilfrid Laurier University
Harry Smaller, Associate professor emeritus, York University
Natalie Rothman, History, University of Toronto
Malcolm Blincow, Anthropology, York University (Emeritus)
Rinaldo Walcott, WGSI University of Toronto
Sima Aprahamian, Ph.D., Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University
Naomi Binder, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Mike Burke, Politics, Ryerson University (retired)
Atif Kubursi, Department of Economics. McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario Canada
Mehrunnisa Ali, Early Childhood Studies
Genevieve Rail, Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University
Madalena Santos, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University
Peter Gose, Sociology and Anthropology, Carleton University
Alex Da Costa, Educational Policy Studies, University of Alberta
Mohammed Ziny, Political Science, Purdue University
John Krinsky, Political Science, The City College of New York
Patricia Palulis, Faculty of Education University of Ottawa
Kevin Moloney, Languages & Literatures, York University
JESOOK SONG, Anthropology, University of Toronto
Judy Haiven, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, NS Canada
Patricia Palulis, Faculty of Education, University of ottawa
Marty Roth, Emeritus, English Department, University of Minnesota
Muhammad Ali Khalidi, Philosophy, York University
Garry Potter, Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada)
Mary Ellen Davis, Concordia University, School of Cinema
Nadia Abu-Zahra, International Development and Global Studies
Helen Scott, English Department, University of Vermont
Michael Truscello, English, Mount Royal University
Michael Keefer, Professor Emeritus, School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph
Stuart Cryer, retired professor, Cambrian College, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Valentina Capurri
Peter Eglin, Emeritus Professor, Sociology, Wilfrid Laurier University
Joy Moore, Dawson College, Montreal
Lisa Stampnitzky, Politics, University of Sheffield
Niloofar Moazzami, Département de sociologie, Université de Montréal
Kaveh Boveiri, Doctorant en philosophie, chargé du cours
Shahnaz Khan, Professor (retired) Wilfrid Laurier University
Jeff Coulter, Sociology, Boston University (Retired).
Diana Ralph, School of Social Work, Carleton University
Donna Stern, Unit Chair, AFSCME Local 140
Chandler Davis, Mathematics, University of Toronto
Ken Collier, Athabasca University, Canada (retired)
Egla Martinez, Human Righst and Social Justice, Carleton University
Dr. Edwin E. Daniel, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta and McMaster University
Olivia Nammack, English, Purdue University
Paul Jalbert, Emeritus Department of Communication, University of Connecticut
Cynthia Wright, York University
Neil Loehlein
Andrew Brook, Carleton University
Benjamin Robinson, Germanic Studies, Indiana University
Isabelle Baez, École de langues, Université du Québec à Montréal
Roger Beck, Emeritus, U. of Toronto, Depts. of Classics and Historical Studies
Gary Kinsman, Professor Emeritus, Sociology, Laurentian University
Sylvat Aziz, Queen's University
Rachel kerstein, Josef korbel school of international studies, university of Denver
Nadim Khoury, The Arctic University of Norway
Minh-Ha T. Pham, Media Studies, Pratt Institute
Selena Jance, FNV
Brian Sullivan
Steven Tufts, York University
Robert Kent, Professor, Computer Science, University of WIndsor
Charmaine Chua, Politics, Oberlin College
Richard Douglass-Chin, English
Abby Lippman, Professor emerita, McGill University, Montréal
Dennis Brasky, Rutgers University - retired
Tim Goulet, Teamsters Local 810
Christina Heatherton, Barnard College
Ben Mabie, Editorial Department, Verso Books
Jens Hanssen, History, University of Toronto
Renn Kingsbury, Student, Purdue University
Anita Rapone, History (emerita) SUNY Plattsburgh
Madeline Lutjeharms, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Bruce Norton, Economics, San Antonio College
Russell Rickford, History, Cornell University
Eric Cheyfitz English, Cornell
Timothy Scarnecchia, History, Kent State University
Yuichiro Onishi, African American & African Studies/Asian American Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Lobna M, University of Toronto
David Goldberg, Wayne State University
David Letwin, Rutgers University
Wilson Jacob, History, Concordia University, Montreal
Elyse Crystall, Eng & Comp Lit, UNC-Chapel Hill
Rani Allan, CUNY Hunter College
Vaia Patta, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Sarita See, Media & Cultural Studies, U of California Riverside
Ian A. Stokes, Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, University of Vermont
Sue Blackwell, Dept of Language, Literature and Communication, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Ron Smith, Bucknell University
Maia Ramnath
Najib, University of Toronto
Rashmi Luther, School of Social Work, Carleton University
Elizabeth Schierbeek, School of Integrative Studies, George Mason University
TJ Boisseau, Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Purdue University
Brittany Claytor, Purdue University
Jodi Byrd, English / GWS, University of Illinois
Smadar Carmon
Salah Hassan, Minnesota State University
Julia Shpirt
John Liss
Gareth Dale, Brunel University
Roshni Bano, Biophysics, UIUC
Michelle M. Chan, English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Fiona Hartley-Kroeger, English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Heba Khalil, Sociology, UIUC
Richard Hancuff, English, Misericordia University
Chibundo Egwuatu, Anthropology, UIUC
Janine Gaspari, George Mason University, Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Rhoda Kanaaneh, Columbia University
Philip Rizk
Meghan Vaquera, University of North Texas
Diane Leschingski , Former College of Arts and Sciences, Misericordia University
Morgan Shafter, Slavic, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Phil Hutchinson, Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care, Manchester Metropolitan University UK
Maxa Zoller, American University Cairo
Marc Bousquet, Film and Media, Emory University
Nathaniel Mills, University of Minnesota
Amir M. Maasoumi
Danielle Spratt, English, California State University, Northridge
Aylvie Paquerot, École d'études politiques, Université d'Ottawa
LOURY André, Le Mêle sur Sarthe (61) France
Noah Black, George Mason University Students Against Israeli Apartheid
Hassan Fouda, Berkeley, CA
William Keach, Department of English, Brown University
Sherna Berger Gluck, Emerita, California State University, Long Beach


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