Campus Monitor - New York University

Student Voices

  • October 8, 2017 – New York University Jewish Student (Jeff) – “Every time we see such an event, which the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement is usually responsible for, it creates anti-Israeli ricochets, and it’s very unpleasant to be an Israeli student here after such events.” Read more
  • January 23, 2017 – New York University Jewish Student (Jordana) – “At first I thought nobody would expect that [antisemitism] from a school with such a large Jewish population, especially one in lower Manhattan. But after remembering the various anti-Israel gatherings I’ve walked through in Washington Square Park, and the swastika vandalism incidents I’ve heard about, I began to think that maybe it could be accurate…in the aftermath of the election, students often overlooked the continuing struggles of the Jewish community…Although of course I was upset by anti-Semitic rhetoric from Trump supporters, I was also struck by comments from students who spoke about the renewed importance of protecting minorities, before turning around and belittling any concerns expressed by Jews about anti-Semitism. It felt as though our concerns were less valid and less important than those of other communities.” Read more
  • March 28, 2016 – NYU Jewish Graduate Student (Samuel) – “One of my many concerns about BDS is not simply that is demonizes Israel as an ‘apartheid’ and ‘colonial’ state, but that its activists use this rhetoric in such ambiguous and normalizing ways” Read more
  • April 2014 Jewish NYU student and resident of Palladium and Steinhardt Sophomore (Anonymous) – “Being very straightforward, this made me feel targeted and unsafe in my own dorm room and I know others feel exactly the same as myself. I understand free speech rights but if this was targeted solely to Jewish students then this appears to be of a more threatening nature rather than informative.” Read More
  • April 2014 Jewish NYU student (Laura) – “I woke up this morning to frantic text messages and pictures of the flyers from many of my Jewish friends who live in Palladium, the dorm where these flyers were distributed. They expressed that waking up to these flyers, slipped under their doors in the dark of night, made them feel violated and unsafe. Slipping these flyers under students’ dorm room doors, in flagrant violation of NYU housing policy, creates a hostile environment for Jewish students.” Read More
  • September 2014, Jewish NYU Student Alumni (Steven) “As co-president of the Israel club at the NYU Hillel, I tried unsuccessfully to engage our critics. I attended meetings held by the Students for Justice in Palestine, joined Facebook groups, and attended anti-Israel events. My repeated overtures to pro-Palestinian groups on campus fell on deaf ears.”  Read more
  • September 2014, Jewish NYU Student Alumni (Steven) “Much like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict itself, dialogue between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian advocates often fails because the two groups seek to yell at, rather than talk to, each other. However, even when we do listen to one another, there is a gulf which is more conceptual than linguistic. Israel advocates speak of Peace; Palestinian advocates of Justice…Most Israelis and Palestinians seek to live in peace, despite political differences. I hope that advocates abroad, rather than demanding vague notions of justice, can help us to build bridges and to promote peace.”  Read more


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Classification Date-Description
11/17/16 – Sticky notes, one containing a swastika, one saying, “Make America White Again,” another saying, “White Pride” and a fourth saying, “Trump” were found on the door of a dorm room housing at least one Jewish resident.
11/12/15 – NYU SJP was one of 10 local SJP chapters endorsing an advertisement for a rally that contained several classic and contemporary antisemitic tropes: it called CUNY’s leadership “the Zionist administration” and claimed that the administration “reproduces settler-colonial ideology throughout CUNY through Zionist content of education”; it suggested that the administration’s ties to israel were responsible for tuition hikes; and it claimed that the birthright trips and study abroad programs in Israel were in “occupied Palestine,” effectively denying the existence of the Jewish state. In addition, one of the endorsers’ demands included on the advertisement was that CUNY “divests from Israel, companies that maintain the Zionist occuption.”
12/8/17 – NYU JVP went to Shabbat at the The Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at NYU to read a statement of protest because, “We could not stay silent as our Jewish institutions foster superficial ‘interfaith relations’ while normalizing Israeli apartheid.” The statement demonized Israel, saying that Israel “treated Arabs brutally in the name of creating a Jewish homeland…so far, 700 Palestinian protesters have been wounded since the announcement of the embassy move, including six children…this is characteristic of the violent, disproportionate response the IDF consistently deploys.”
DEMONIZATION 11/9/17 – JVP authored a letter opposing the Bronfman Center for Jewish Life’s “NYU Israel Experience” trip. The letter demonized Israel with false accusations of “ethnic cleansing” and was signed by 20 student groups. The letter stated, “Israel has illegally occupied the West Bank since 1967, and Arab residents of historic Palestine have been subject to over 70 years of displacement and ethnic cleansing.” The full list of signers included: Arab Student Union (ASU), Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA), Asian Heritage Month (AHM), Incarceration to Education Coalition, International Socialists Organization at NYU (ISO), Democratic Socialists of America at NYU, Disability Student Union, Latinos Unidos Con Honor y Amistad (LUCHA), Mosaic: The Interfaith Students of Color Coalition at NYU, NYU Against Fascism, NYU College Democrats, NYU Disorientation, NYU Dream Team, NYU Freedom For North Korea, NYU Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), NYU Muslim Students Association, NYU PorColombia, NYU Students Against Expansion and Displacement, NYU Student for Justice in Palestine (SJP), NYU Sanctuary Student Taskforce, Pakistani Students Association at NYU, Student Labor Action Movement USAS #44 (SLAM), T-Party at NYU, Queer Union — NYU
8/30/17 – Student activists published a “NYU Disorientation Guide” for NYU students. Page 34 details SJP’s stance, which included calling for BDS and stating, “Given Hamilton’s view on staying true to NYU Principles, one would expect him to echo SJP’s call for the shutdown of NYU Tel Aviv….we call on the University to…shut down its study abroad site in Tel Aviv.” Page 41 details Jewish Voice for Peace’s stance on Israel which included the delegitimizing statement of, “We reject the conflation of Zionism and Judaism and call for an end to Israel’s decades-long…apartheid…” as well as a call for BDS stating, “we heed the call of Palestinians by participating in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.”
3/20/17 – SJP erected a mock “apartheid wall” (in this case, a decorated sheet) on campus that called for the right of return, which would effectively eliminate Israel as a Jewish state. The wall display launched a week of “Israeli Apartheid Week” events, where the advertisement for the week’s events stated that, “Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) is an international series of events that seeks to raise awareness of Israel’s settler-colonial project and its apartheid system over the Palestinian people, and to build support for the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement…This year’s IAW marks 100 years of Palestinian resistance against settler colonialism, as represented by the Balfour declaration.”
DEMONIZATION 2/22/17 – The Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies held the panel event “When I See Them, I See Us: Black Palestinian Solidarity in an Age of Struggle,” which was co-sponsored by the Urban Democracy Lab at the Gallatin School for Individualized Study and the NYU Chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine. According to an article about the event, speaker Noura Erakat demonized Zionism, saying that it “internalizes some of those Orientalizing tropes that exclude Jews from humanity.”
CONDONING TERRORISM 1/12/17 – NYC SJP held a “Palestine Winter School” on New York University’s campus which included a series of 5 events. At the first event, “Palestine 101,” participants endorsed a global campaign to “#Free Ahmad Saadat,” the former general secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a designated terrorist organization for its role in deliberate attacks on civilians such as the 2014 killing of four Jewish worshippers while praying and a Druze police officer who rushed to the rescue at a Jerusalem synagogue.
12/6/16 – SJP published an “ezine” that demonized Israel by linking white supremacy and Zionism and condoned terrorism by implying violent resistance is legitimate stating, “…we cannot fight against white supremacy in the U.S. without fighting against…Israeli zionsim [sic]….Now more than ever we must reaffirm the right of all oppressed people to resist by any means necessary. Until return.” The phrase, “Until return” alludes to the right of return, which would effectively eliminate Israel as a Jewish state.
DELEGITIMIZATION 8/23/16 – SJP held the event “Frontlines of resistance: Bilal Kayed and the struggle for Palestine.” The advertisement for the event delegitimized Israel, falsely accusing it of “settler-colonialism from the river to the sea.”
DELEGITIMIZATION 5/4/16 – SJP and JVP hosted the event, “A Voice Against Israeli Apartheid: An evening with Palestinian Activist Issa Amro” whose title falsely accuses Israel of apartheid.
DELEGITIMIZATION 5/2/16 – CODEPINK: Women For Peace, Jewish Voice for Peace, Christian Peacemaker Teams and NYU Students for Justice in Palestine sponsored an event entitled “A Voice Against Israeli Apartheid: An Evening with Isso Amro,” that delegitimized Israel with false accusations of apartheid.
DENY JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION 5/2/16 – SJP held the event, “In Our Own Words: Voices from the Nakba.” During the event, Umm Akram called for a return of Palestinian refugees and one state, which would eliminate Israel as a Jewish state.
4/27/16 – SJP advertised its participation in a rallly by including the slogan, “1, 2, 3, 4 open up the prison door! 5, 6, 7, 8 smash the settler zionist state!”
DENY JEWS SELF-DETERMINATION 4/27/16 – SJP uploaded a photo on Facebook of an image of all of Israel in a Palestinian flag saying, “Je Suis One State.”
4/12/16 – NYU Law School held the event, “Palestine In Focus: Reports from the Ground” with speakers Raji Sourani, founder of the Palestinian Center for Human Rights and Shawan Jabarin, the founder and director of al-Haq in Ramalla and Amira Hass, a journalist. In his talk, Sourani condoned terrorism saying that Palestinians “have the right to resist occupation by any ways” and that the “freedom fighters…are seeking an end and right to self-determination.” He further insinuated that Jews are acting like Nazi’s stating that Palestinians “became the victim of the victim” after Israel was created as a safe haven for Jews following the Holocaust. Sourani demonized Israel claiming that the civilian population was the “target of the Israeli military forces in Gaza.” Shawan Jabarin delegitimized Israel in his talk claiming that the Israeli “apartheid system” is “worse then what it was in South Africa” and said to frame the occupation only in line “with the nature of colonialism and apartheid” because “that’s the case more than the other thing [occupation].” During her talk, Amira Hass demonized Israelis discussing the “Israeli average racist”, that “settlers are cunning…and criminals” and that she knows “every Palestinian I meet has been harmed by my state [Israel] or my people”. She further delegitimized Israel saying Israel is “settler-colonialism”. She additionally denied Jews self-determination effectively saying that Israel should not be a Jewish state by calling to abolish the law of [Jewish] return, which enables Jews to come to Israel and keeps Israel a safe haven for Jews. .
4/1/16 – NYU Law Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, Law SJP and SJP held the conference, “The Palestinian Right of Return: A Legal and Political Analysis,” which argued for the right of return of millions of Palestinians to Israel, which would effectively eliminate Jewish self-determination. In addition to denying Jews self-determination by putting quotation marks around the words “Jewish State” while speaking and calling for the right of return, the first panelist additionally demonized Israel accusing the country of ethnic cleansing and systematic massacres, as well as called for BDS. Further panelists continued to call for the right of return.
3/24/16 – NYU SJP planned and executed a silent protest of a talk by David Roet, Israel’s Deputy Representative to the United Nations. Protesters held up signs falsely accusing Israel of “apartheid” and “war crimes” and promoting BDS.
3/3/16 – SJP held an event co-sponsored by the NYU Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies and the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study. The event was entitled “1948MM in the US: Zochrot Film Festival on Nakba and the Right of Return.” Ilan Pappe spoke after the films were screened, and his talk was introduced by the Director of the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Helga Tawil-Souri. During his talk, Pappe denied Jews self-determination, stating that he wanted the “political project” of Zionism “to come to a peaceful end,” and arguing for an end to the Jewish state through “emigration, social justice, and re-building a whole structure of power.” He also demonized and delegitimized Israel, falsely accusing it of “ethnic cleansing” and “settler colonialism” and claiming that Zionism was “immoral” and responsible for “the carnage we see today in Syria and other parts of the Middle East.” Finally, Pappe promoted BDS several times during his talk, saying, for example: “We should enhance our efforts to strengthen the BDS efforts against Israel.”
BDS ACTIVITY: BDS EVENT 10/20/17 – The Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies held the event, “Assuming Boycott: Resistance, Agency & Cultural Production,” to discuss “A New Book edited by Kareem Estefan, Carin Kuoni, and Laura Raicovich.” The description for the event stated, “Cultural boycott is an essential tool for activists around the world, including those advocating Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) against the State of Israel, a campaign inspired by the international movement to end apartheid in South Africa…To mark the publication of ‘Assuming Boycott,’ this conversation will focus on the BDS movement and the cultural boycott of Israel, the lessons that BDS activists can learn from the anti-apartheid struggle and other, contemporary boycott campaigns, and the challenges that activists face in the form of anti-BDS legislation, censorship, and the rise of the far Right in Israel, the United States, and elsewhere. The discussion will feature Kareem Estefan, co-editor (with Carin Kuoni and Laura Raicovich) of Assuming Boycott; Sean Jacobs, editor and founder of Africa Is A Country and a contributor to Assuming Boycott; and Radhika Sainath, a staff attorney for Palestine Legal. Helga Tawil-Souri, director of the Hagop Kevorkian Center, will moderate.”
BDS EVENT 3/9/17 – SJP and JVP held an event with Michael Sfard at NYU’s Law School. According to an article covering the event, Sfard indicated support for BDS, “which he thinks is of critical importance.”
BDS VOTE 4/21/16 – The graduate student union at New York University passed a BDS resolution with a 2/3 vote of the 600 members who participated (out of 2,000). The resolution called on the union and its parent union, the United Auto Workers, to divest from Israeli companies and for the boycott to remain in place until Israel “respects the right of return of Palestinian refugees and exiles.” It further called on NYU to close its program at Tel Aviv University. Fifty-seven percent of the voting union members also took a personal pledge to boycott Israeli government and academic institutions.
BDS VOTE 4/14/16 – An event promoting the academic boycott of Israel entitled “BDS: The Case for the Academic Boycott” was hosted by the GSOC for BDS caucus, the NYU International Socialist Organization, and NYU Students for Justice in Palestine.
BDS VOTE 3/30/16 – New York University’s Graduate School Organizing Committee (GSOC, a union for graduate employees) held a second “Town Hall on BDS” and discussed a draft referendum being put forward in support of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against the state of Israel that will be voted on in mid-April.
BDS VOTE 3/9/16 – Members of New York University’s Graduate School Organizing Committee (GSOC, a union for graduate employees) discussed a draft referendum being put forward in support of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against the state of Israel. GSOC’s 1,200 graduate workers will vote on this matter come mid-April.
CALLS FOR BDS 4/10/15 – NYU Out of Occupied Palestine released a petition signed by 130 NYU professors, in support anti-Israel divestment.


In the News ?

October 30, 2017:
NYULocal – Jewish Voice For Peace Comes to NYU

October 27, 2017:
The Algemeiner – Columbia Professor Rashid Khalidi’s Cynical Use of Antisemitism

October 25, 2017:
Washington Square News – The Opposition to Birthright at NYU, Explained

October 8, 2017:
Israel Hayom – Anti-Israel play about terrorists twists facts, sparks outrage

September 13, 2017:
The Washington Free Beacon – NYU Student-Made Handbook Focuses on Israel in Guide to ‘Destructive Things NYU Is Complicit With’

April 6, 2017:
Washington Square News – Student Petitions Against School on Jewish Holidays

March 14, 2017:
The Daily Caller – Talking Intersectionality At NYU

February 10, 2017:
Washington Square News – Anonymous Letter Threatens NYUSJP Members

January 27, 2017:
The Algemeiner – NYC ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ Joins Global Campaign to Free Terrorist Imprisoned for Killing Jews; Refuses Comment to ‘Zionist Publication’

January 23, 2017:
Washington Square News – NYU Ranked Ninth Among Worst Schools for Jewish Students

January 11, 2017:
The Algemeiner – Head of New York City Students for Justice in Palestine Chapter Cheers Deadly Jerusalem Truck-Ramming Attack

January 11, 2017:
Forward – New York Pro-Palestinian Leader Celebrates Truck-Ram Terror Attack as ‘Resistance’

December 7, 2016:
NYU News – Hamilton is Right to Disavow BDS

November 30, 2016:
The Algemeiner – NYU President Slams BDS as ‘Affront to Academic Freedom’

November 28, 2016:
NYU Local – Hamilton Talks Divest, BDS, Coles, and the Board of Trustees
(Description note, “While Hamilton took a relatively diplomatic approach on fossil fuel divestment, he was more terse when asked about the BDS movement. ‘To restrict in any way the flow of students or faculty from universities anywhere is something that I would find an affront to academic freedom,’ he said. ‘[If] we are going to defend what we do in research, in areas of political science, in areas of gun violence, in areas of reproductive health, if we’re going to defend that to our own government, we will certainly defend that when it comes to our engagement with other governments, and so for me that speaks to BDS.’”)

November 22, 2016:
The Algemeiner – NYU Jewish, Gay Community Shaken But ‘Strong’ After Finding Swastika Sticky Notes in Dorm, Campus Rep Says

November 21, 2016:
Washington Square News – NYU Students Call For Justice in Palestine

November 18, 2016:
NYU Local – Gramercy Residents Find Swastika Sticky Note On Dorm Door

November 17, 2016:
Washington Square News – Post-Its With Swastika, ‘White Pride’ Found on Gramercy Door

October 24, 2016:
The Times of Israel – NY, California universities among ‘hotspots’ of anti-Israel, anti-Semitic activity

August 1, 2016:
Haaretz – We’re American Jewish Historians. This Is Why We’ve Left Zionism Behind
(Description note – Hasia Diner, professor at NYU, writes why she is anti-Zionist and accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing in this article)

July 13, 2016:
The Algemeiner – NYU Pro-Israel Group Demands Administration Take Action Against Students for Justice in Palestine’s Statement Linking Israel to Police Shootings of Blacks

July 12, 2016:
The Jerusalem Post – Pro-Palestinian student group won’t recant claim that IDF influences US police brutality

July 10, 2016:
JP Updates – Pro-Palestinian Activist Group Links US Police Shooting of African-Americans to Israel

July 8, 2016:
Washington Examiner – NYU Palestinian activists blame police shootings on Israel

June 26, 2016:
The Algemeiner – Successful Appeal Against NYU Grad Student BDS Motion Has Great Implications in Fight Against Global Anti-Israel Movement, Say Leaders of Campaign

June 23, 2016:
The Jerusalem Post – NYU Graduate Student Union repeals pro-BDS resolution
(Description note, “Two months after the Graduate Student Union at New York University voted to join the Boycott Divest and Sanction movement against Israel, the decision was repealed this week by the group’s parent union, the United Auto Workers (UAW)…The UAW decision to approve this appeal states that no subordinate body of the parent union can endorse BDS, thus affecting not just NYU but also graduate student unions at over 15 universities, including other unions in the United States who have also passed similar pro-BDS resolutions.”)

March 28, 2016:
Washington Square News – GSOC Voting on Boycott of Israel
(Description note, “In mid-April the NYU Graduate School Organizing Committee will vote in a referendum on whether to participate in Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against the state of Israel. The BDS movement is an international movement working to end Israel’s military occupation of Palestine. Within the GSOC, the movement will work primarily to stop funding international and Israeli companies that violate Palestine’s human and civil rights, stop further communication with these companies in the future and encourage NYU to close their Tel Aviv campus.”)

May 13, 2016:
Arutz Sheva – Op-Ed: BDS spreads anti-Semitism across U.S. campuses

May 11, 2016:
The Jerusalem Post – At the state level, US legislators tackle BDS head on (Description note – “Just last month, the Graduate Student Union at New York University made the decision to join BDS and passed a resolution calling on the institution to divest from Israeli companies and close its program at Tel Aviv University.”)

April 30, 2016:
The Jerusalem Post – NYU Graduate Student Union members appeal pro-BDS resolution

April 28, 2016:
Washington Square News – GSOC Passes Referendum in Support of Boycotting Israel

April 27, 2016:
The Times of Israel – BDS resolutions a disgrace at New York University

April 27, 2016:
The Jewish Week – NYU Pro-BDS Group Claims UAW Local Bent Election Rules To Favor ‘Zionist’ Slate
(Description note, “’As a BDS supporter, I have always dismissed claims of anti-Semitism in the BDS movement,’ Jacob Denz, a Ph.D. student in the Department of German and a GSOC steward, told the Jewish Week in a phone interview. ‘But after being confronted with this press release that so blatantly appeals to fantasies of Zionist conspiracy, I can no longer do so.’”)

April 26, 2016:
AMCHA – Letter from Rabbi Sarna at NYU Re: Concerns with AWDU-NYU Jewish Conspiracy Claims and Militancy

April 26, 2016:
Jewish Telegraphic Agency – NYU president: Grad students’ BDS resolution ‘contrary to our core principles’

April 26, 2016:
AMCHA – Letter from Rabbi Sarna at NYU Re: Concerns with AWDU-NYU Jewish Conspiracy Claims and Militancy

April 25, 2016:
New York University – A Statement by President Andrew Hamilton on the Grand Union Boycott Vote

April 24, 2016:
Jewish Telegraphic Agency- NYU graduate student union approves BDS resolution

April 24, 2016:
The Times of Israel – NYU graduate student union approves BDS resolution

April 20, 2016:
NYU SJP EVENT – NYU grad union says parent union disqualified candidates who back Israel boycott
(Description note, “Local 2110 is also organizing [BDS campaigns for] graduate students at Columbia University, The New School, and other universities.”)

April 20, 2016:
The Jewish Week – BDS Move At NYU Tears Apart Student Union

April 13, 2016:
The Algemeiner – Opponents Mobilize as BDS Votes Loom at New York City Graduate Schools
(Description note, “The NYU resolution does differ in important ways from the CUNY one, however. While both target graduate students and endorse academic boycotts, the NYU resolution also calls on both NYU and the Graduate Student Union to divest from and decline to work with Israeli institutions and international companies doing business with Israel. Another difference is that the NYU Graduate Student Union is affiliated with the United Auto Workers Union (UAW), which makes its policies ultimately subject to UAW approval. Four months ago, UAW overturned a BDS resolution passed in 2014 by the University of California Graduate Student Union, also affiliated with UAW, on the grounds that the resolution espoused ‘discrimination and vilification against Israelis and UAW members who are of Jewish lineage,’ and could ‘easily be construed as academic and cultural discrimination against union members on the basis of their national origin and religion.’”)

April 13, 2016:
Politico New York – CUNY, NYU grapple with student proposals to condemn Israel

April 1, 2016:
NYU SJP EVENT – NYU Law Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, Law SJP and SJP conference, “The Palestinian Right of Return: A Legal and Political Analysis”

March 30, 2016:
Legal Insurrection – ALERT – NYU Grad Student Union BDS Vote Mid-April

March 28, 2016:
Washington Square News – GSOC Voting on Boycott of Israel

March 21, 2016:
Alternet – Palestinian Rights Campaign Spreads to NYU

November 12, 2015:
Washington Square News – US must not give Israel a blank cheque
(Description note, “Israel is irrefutably in a state of war, the justice of which is being debated in this piece, but the United States should not be setting the precedent of support for administrations that perpetuate war…The continued U.S. military support of an administration that disrespects and insults high-profile government figures is embarrassing. Israel currently is ranked 19th in the U.N. Human Development Index, and outguns its neighbors by a heavy margin. Israel does not need the level of foreign aid that it receives from the United States. However, the support of Israel is not as big an issue in and of itself as is the level of interest that the United States exercises over the Middle East, and the world as a whole.”)

November 9, 2015:
Washington Square News – Vigil held for citizens of Palestine
(Description note, The vigil, held in the NYU Law’s Vanderbilt Courtyard, also aimed to bring attention to Palestinian suffering and the Law School’s alleged pro-Israeli sympathies.Students brought large, black signs, handed out flyers and posed for pictures. The event was sponsored by Law Students for Justice in Palestine, one of NYU Law’s newest student advocacy groups, according to Law student Colinford Mattis…Gupta also pointed to NYU Law’s adoption of Thane Rosenbaum’s Forum on Law, Culture & Society in 2014 as evidence of the school’s animosity toward Palestinians. In a July 2014 opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal, Rosenbaum suggested that all citizens of the Gaza Strip could be considered combatants….Gupta also noted pro-Israeli sentiment on campus and suggested that it occasionally veered into hostility. “The community here can engage in a culture of dehumanization of Palestinians and others in the Middle East,” Gupta said. “Pro-Palestinian students can be called anti-semitic or branded terrorist sympathizers. This language can have a chilling effect on students’ willingness to participate in discussions and express themselves. By speaking out we are doing our best to address it.”)

November 7, 2015:
The Gazelle – Students for Justice in Palestine SIG Introduced To NYUAD
(Description note, “In the beginning of October, senior Ameed Abutteen informed the NYU Abu Dhabi student body of his establishment of Students for Justice in Palestine as a Student Interest Group. “)

October 11, 2015:
Stop de vernietiging – Clarification by Progressive Student Labor Front on statement by Gaza students on BDS
(Description note, “Now, that we have familiarized ourselves with the original article, we repudiate and withdraw our name from the statement posted above that seeks to speak in the name of the Palestinian students of Gaza. We also extend our support to New York City Students for Justice in Palestine and their firm and committed struggle against Zionism and racism and for the liberation of Palestine…  [NYU SJP’s statement] is also part of needed political discussion about how we can fully assert and struggle for all of our rights and all of our liberation, for Palestine from the river to the sea… We share NYC SJP’s call for “struggle to confront and defeat Zionism.” These strugglers led a march through the streets of New York calling for “Intifada” and the liberation of Palestine this week… We are proud to call them – and all of the students, youth, and progressive forces who raise up the banner of Palestine inside the imperialist United States – our comrades in the struggle for the liberation of Palestine.”)

October 10, 2015:
No Occupied Palestine – GSOC-UAW Local 2110 Membership letter supporting BDS and calling on NYU & UAW to do the same
(Description note, “We, the undersigned graduate workers from schools and departments across New York University heed the call of Palestinian trade unions and other members of Palestinian society to boycott, divest from, and sanction the state of Israel. We ask GSOC-UAW Local 2110 to stand in solidarity with Palestinian workers by calling on NYU and UAW to do the same.We urge the elected representatives of our union to stand alongside oppressed workers in Palestine, as other student and teacher unions from around the world have done in voting to boycott, divest and sanction Israel. We believe that as a union it is our duty to support Palestinians in their struggle for justice against the Israeli occupation that violates their human and civil rights, and systematically exploits their labor. And as teaching assistants, researchers, and student-workers, we must learn and teach others about the pressing global struggles of our time. ..”)

October 8, 2015:
BDS Movement – Palestinian Student Groups in Gaza Respond to Attacks on BDS by “NYC SJP”
(Description note, “One straw man argument suggests that an ominous Palestinian BDS leadership forbids advocacy for a One State agenda.  This argument is misleading, and politically obtuse… requiring the BDS movement to put forward a solution before creating the conditions under which the Palestinian people can decide on the ultimate solution is not only undemocratic but also shortsighted….BDS is based on the three main Palestinian rights (most importantly the right of return for refugees) that, taken together, would contribute significantly to creating conditions that are favorable to Palestinian emancipation and self-determination….The three rights in the 2005 BDS Call correspond to the three main constituencies of the Palestinian people. No matter what solution the Palestinian people ultimately decide is just, it must address the rights of all Palestinians, in historic Palestine and in exile, we all agree.  These rights…cannot and should not be reduced to ending the 1967 occupation alone, as doing so would not just undermine the rights of 62% of the Palestinian people who do not live in the 1967-occupied territory, but also undermine the right of return of the refugees (internally displaced persons) who reside in the 1967 territory.”)

October 4, 2015:
NYC SJP – The BDS Ceiling
(Description note, “Within the Palestine solidarity movement in the United States, the term “Palestinian Civil Society” is invoked with such reverence and awe that one would be led to believe that “Civil Society” is in fact a monolith with consolidated theoretical understanding of the settler-colonial reality in Palestine, with a coherent strategy to not just petition internationals to boycott and divest, but to build power in Palestine to lead a revolutionary struggle against Zionism. In reality, the actors within Palestinian Civil Society with the loudest and most powerful voices are the NGOs with the biggest pockets filled by international aid money, distributed by politicians within the Palestinian Authority or by international organizations themselves. When these supposed authorities on Palestine are questioned, too often is it dismissed as ultra-leftism, or even confused for a Zionist argument.This problem regarding how contemporary Palestinian Civil Society relates to BDS is how organizations here in the West have created a total and complete dependency on such actors to give them a license to push a specific kind of politics. A narrative has been established that we practice BDS because Palestinian Civil Society has asked us to. Again, the issue arises when organizers use that conversation to effectively censor politics that cross the boundaries of what the reverence surrounding Palestinian Civil Society has effectively set up. This creates a reliance on international aid distributors, the Palestinian Authority, and Western charity organizations that have effectively replaced the pre-Oslo mass-based civil society that were at the forefront of the First Intifada.By assigning sole legitimacy to represent the Palestinian people to international NGOs, student-based organizations hand the reigns of solidarity to those who are accepted by international imperialists and fail to look past the trap of NGOs and international law. Discussions on what Palestinian Liberation means are stunted from the beginning, because of the unwillingness of movement leadership to accept anything beyond BDS on an organizational level. We are repeatedly told we do not have the mandate to push the politics of a One-State solution, much less the necessity of National Liberation beyond what any Oslo Accord could accomplish.”)

August 20, 2015:
Getty Images – A banner for students for Justice in Palestine
(Description note, “A banner for NYU Students for Justice in Palestine, at a rally in support of Mohammed Allan. Replaces all of Israel with Palestine. August 20, 2015, Credit Ghetty Images”)

August 1, 2015:
EVENT – SJP Event, “Palestine 101 Study: NYC SJP”
(Description note, “READ BEFORE THE STUDY!! Nakba, Deir Yassin: No passing over history, BDS:, Occupation, The One State Declaration: Ali Abunimah, others”)

May 8, 2015:
(Description note – the use of the phrase “Existence is Resistance” can be seen as condoning violence against Israeli’s and Jews)

April 24, 2015:
(Description note, “NYU Students for Justice in Palestine invites you to join in a discussion with Haneen Zoabi about Israeli Apartheid from the perspective of Palestinian citizens of Israel. Haneen Zoabi, MK is a Palestinian citizen of Israel and a feminist parliamentarian. She was first elected to Israel’s parliament as a Balad party representative in 2009, and rose to international prominence following her participation in the 2010 Freedom Flotilla to Gaza. She is the first woman to represent a Palestinian party in Israel, and is one of the state’s most outspoken and eloquent critics of Zionism and of Israeli Apartheid.“)

April 21, 2015:
Washington Square News – Letter to the Editor: Israel Divestment

April 15, 2015:
Washington Square News – Professors urge NYU to divest from Israeli occupation

April 10, 2015:
No Occupied Palestine – NYU Out of Occupied Palestine Petition
(Description note – 130 Faculty members sign NYU Out of Occupied Palestine’s Petition stating, “For decades, the State of Israel has brutally suppressed Palestinian demands for self-determination…Israel’s policies violate the rights of Palestinian refugees, as stated in UNGA 194. At the same time, Israel has turned the impoverished and densely-populated Gaza strip into the world’s largest open-air prison and launched repeated military assaults against it.”)

April 8, 2015:
Tablet Magazine – At NYU, BDS Goes Stealthy: Divestment movement on campus attempts to link Israel and fossil fuels
(Description note, “The message is clear: if you support divesting from companies that profit from fossil fuels, you must also support divesting from companies that do business with Israel, and if you support that, well, you must also boycott Israeli universities and scholars.”)

April 2, 2015:
Washington Square News – Why NYU-SJP held Israeli Apartheid Week
(Description note, “Over 100 students and community members participated in a series of NYU Students for Justice In Palestine events, known as “Israeli Apartheid Week.” In addition, 41 individuals volunteered for NYU-SJP’s burgeoning campaign to support NYU divesting from corporations complicit in Israeli human rights abuses. Thus far, 119 NYU faculty have called for divestment from such corporations.”)

March 26, 2015:
Washington Square News – Tackling claims of Israeli apartheid
(Description note, “members of Students for Justice in Palestine stood in the cold Monday outside Bobst Library. They pamphleteered in front of a giant sign disparaging Israel, accusing it of being an apartheid state…SJP is devoting this entire week to promoting the slander of Israeli apartheid,”)

March 11, 2015:
The Jewish Voice – NYU Prof Admits MESA’s Anti-Israel Stance, Rails Against ‘Israel Lobby’
(Description note, “Last month, Zachary Lockman, a professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic studies at New York University (NYU), [gave a] talk entitled, “Anxieties of Field-Building in U.S. Middle East Studies.” It was the first in a new series at NYU meant to introduce students to faculty members’ methodological approaches; however, Lockman used the occasion of the question and answer period to peddle “Israel Lobby” conspiracy theories that bordered on classical anti-Semitism.”)

March 4, 2015:
The Jewish Link of New Jersey – Fighting for Israel on the Battlefield and the Campus

March 4, 2015:
Campus Watch – NYU Prof Zachary Lockman Admits MESA’s Anti-Israel Stance, Rails Against ‘Israel Lobby’

March 3, 2015:
The Jewish Week – American Campuses: Cause For Alarm?

February 20, 2015:
EVENT – Students for Justice in Palestine 101: What Wed Do and Why You Should Join

February 11, 2015:
Observer – At NYU, Many Are Either Hostile to Israel or Too Timid to Defend It—Even Hillel

January 27, 2015:
Voice of Israel – Die-Ins on College Campuses: Crossing the Line From Anti-Israel to Anti-Semitism

December 4, 2014:
Virtual Jerusalem – Jewplexed: Tapping Out College Anti-Semitism

December 4, 2014:
The Jerusalem Post – No Holds Barred: Bringing the fight to Students for Justice in Palestine

December 2, 2014:
Washington Square News – SJP hosts discussion on Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions

December 1, 2014:
NYU Local – Are You Pro-Israel Enough? Jewish Groups Wage Op-Ed War Over NYU

November 22, 2014:
Providence Journal – Lisa Duggan: Israel boycott has not hurt us

November 21, 2014:
 EVENT: Normalizing Atrocities (New York University Students for Justice in Palestine)

November 20, 2014:
The Jerusalem Post – No Holds Barred: The ferocious battle for Israel at New York University

November 20, 2014:
The Jerusalem Post – No Holds Barred: The ferocious battle for Israel at New York University

November 19, 2014:
New York Observer – Rabbi Shmuley Got It Wrong: NYU’s Jewish Groups Strongly Back Israel

November 18, 2014:
Brown Political Review – Tread Carefully: When Anti-Zionism Becomes Anti-Semitism

November 12, 2014:
EVENT – The Legal Intricacies of the BDS Campaign – a Means for Justice in Palestine

November 8, 2014:
Aish – Campus Mezuzah Attacks

October 23, 2014:
Washington Square News – Professor speaks on impact of conflict

October 2014:
The Tower – On Many Campuses, Hate is Spelled SJP

September 30, 2014:
ZOA – ZOA, Others Urge College Presidents To Protect Jewish Students From Anti-Semitism

September 9, 2014:
Frontpage Magazine- Defending the Jewish State
(Description note – Former co-president of the Israel Club at New York University, “As co-president of the Israel club at the NYU Hillel, I tried unsuccessfully to engage our critics. I attended meetings held by the Students for Justice in Palestine, joined Facebook groups, and attended anti-Israel events. My repeated overtures to pro-Palestinian groups on campus fell on deaf ears.”)

August 27, 2014:
The Lawfare Project and Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Law Newsletter- The Lawfare Project and Brandeis Center urge New York University to effectively address intimidation and harassment

July 28, 2014:
JNS – While global anti-Semitism surges, don’t forget U.S. campuses

July 17, 2014:
American Thinker – Rampant Anti-Semitism Is Flourishing across the World

July 16, 2014:
Legal Insurrection – Expecting anti-Israel violence on campuses this fall

July 2, 2014:
Louis D. Brandeis Center – The Worst Campus Anti-Semitic Incidents of 2013-2014 (S/F)

June 22, 2014:
JNS – Campus eviction notices are fake, but their anti-Semitism is real, experts say (S)

June 17, 2014:
Truth Revolt – RUDEE: Let’s Boycott Hypocrisy

June 17, 2014:
Inside Higher ED – Middle East Conflict, U.S. Campuses

June 11, 2014:
The Algemeiner – ‘Who’s Behind the Hate at NYU?’ Asks New Ad Campaign

June 1, 2014:
NY Daily News – Does NYU have a Jewish problem?

May 15, 2014: – Daniel Mael on Fox News on SJP and antisemitism, ostracizing Jewish students at NYU, Vassar and UCLA

April 28, 2014:

April 28, 2014:
Legal Insurrection – NYU Dorm Stormers tweet denial of Israel’s right to exist

April 28, 2014:
The Chronicle of Higher Education – Pro-Palestinian Group Serves NYU Students With Fake Eviction Notices

April 25, 2014:
Truth Revolt – NYU Student on ‘Evictions’: ‘This Flyer is Clearly Spreading Anti-Semitism’

April 25, 2014:
The Washington Times – Pro-Palestinian ‘eviction’ fliers on NYU campus spark Jewish outrage

April 25, 2014:
Jewish Press – NYU Latest Site of Anti-Israel Mock Eviction Notices

April 24, 2014:
NY Daily News – Pro-Palestinian NYU students serve fake eviction notices to undergrads

April 24, 2014:
National Review – NYU Jewish Students Targeted with Fake Eviction Notices

April 24, 2014:
Legal Insurrection – Dorm storming at NYU targets Jewish students (Updates)

April 24, 2014:
The Times of Israel – NYU Jewish Students the Target of Latest SJP Propaganda Attacks

March 7, 2014:
FOX News NY – Israel supporters say they were shut out of conference at NYU

March 7, 2014:
Elder of Ziyon – Another pro-BDS academic conference at CUNY

March 7, 2014:
New York Post –NYU and the Israeli boycott

March 2, 2014:
NYU News – ASA conference draws criticism from pro-Israel groups

February 28, 2014:
Daily Caller – SHHH! Don’t tell anybody about New York University’s anti-Israel confab this weekend

February 27, 2014:
jWeekly – NYU academic confab studies Israel boycott

February 26, 2014:
The Times of Israel – BDS supporters dominate upcoming NYU conference

February 25, 2014:
JTA – NYU American studies confab featuring pro-boycott focus

February 23, 2014:
The Algemeiner – American Studies Association President-Elect Hosting Anti-Israel Event at NYU

January 15, 2014:
The Algemeiner – Forbes Investigative Journalist Rips NYU President Over ‘Vanilla’ Response to ASA Boycott

January 14, 2014:
Forbes – Open Letter To NYU’s President: Why The American Studies Assn.’s Israel Boycott Makes Me Ashamed To Be An Alumnus

January 3, 2014:
The Algemeiner – NYU Prof to Head ASA, Supports Israel Boycott; NY Lawmakers Threaten to Withdraw State Aid

January 3, 2014:
FOX News – Incoming American Studies Association president supports Israel boycott

December 21, 2013:
New York University & the anti-Israel boycott

New York University opposes the academic boycott of Israel.


Photo Album - Campus Antisemitism

Source Credit: NYU Local (November 17, 2016)

Source Credit: NYU Local (November 17, 2016)

SJP uploaded a photo on Facebook that is an image of all of Israel in a Palestinian flag saying, “Je Suis One State.”  Source Credit: NYU SJP Facebook (April 27, 2016)

SJP uploaded a photo on Facebook that is an image of all of Israel in a Palestinian flag saying, “Je Suis One State.”  Source Credit: NYU SJP Facebook (April 27, 2016)

Source Credit: Omar Shakir on Twitter (March 29, 2016)

Source Credit: Omar Shakir on Twitter “NYU Law hosting conference Friday on the Palestinian Right of Return- am moderating panel with @jdakwar- swing by!”(March 29, 2016)

Source Credit: NYU SJP Logo replaces Israel with Palestinian flag colors, symbolizing their goals

Source Credit: NYU SJP Logo replaces Israel with Palestinian flag colors, embodying the chant “From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be free!” (October 2015)

Source Credit: Observer, February 11 2015

Source Credit: Observer, February 11 2015

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP, Nov 21 2014

Uploaded by CAMERA Sept 4 2014. Sign was seen at NYU campus library stoop. Source Credit:

Uploaded by CAMERA Sept 4 2014. Sign was seen at NYU campus library stoop. Source Credit

Source Credit: NYU SJP Twitter, April 24 2014

Source Credit: NYU SJP Twitter, April 24 2014

To report antisemitic activity at this or any other campus, you may:

BDS Tracker

  • June 21, 2016: Failed – The parent union of the Graduate Student Union at NYU repealed the BDS vote by approving an appeal. The UAW decision to approve the appeal stated that no subordinate body of the parent union can endorse BDS, thus affecting not just NYU but also graduate student unions at over 15 universities, including other unions in the United States who have also passed similar pro-BDS resolutions.
  • April 21, 2016: Passed – The graduate student union at New York University passed a BDS resolution with a 2/3 vote of the 600 members who participated (out of 2,000).

  • BDS Instigators: Student & Faculty


    Student Group(s) Promoting BDS:


    Number of Faculty Endorsing the Academic Boycott of Israel: 45

    1. Bassam Abed
    2. Sinan Antoon
    3. Emily Apter
    4. Finbarr Barry-Flood
    5. Emanuela Bianchi
    6. Paula Chakravartty
    7. Arlene Davila
    8. Lisa Duggan
    9. Tamer El-Leithy
    10. Khaled Fahmy
    11. Elaine Freedgood
    12. Tejaswini Ganti
    13. Michael Gilsenan
    14. Marcial Godoy-Anativia
    15. Jeff Goodwin
    16. Richard Halpern
    17. Christine Harrington
    18. Rebecca Karl
    19. Arang Keshavarzian
    20. Jacques Lezra
    21. Julie Livingston
    22. Zachary Lockman
    23. Ritty Lukose
    24. Sally Engle Merry
    25. Maya Mikdashi
    26. Jennifer L. Morgan
    27. Mary Nolan
    28. Tavia Nyong’o
    29. Crystal Parikh
    30. Timothy J. Reiss
    31. Andrew Ross
    32. Maria-Josefina Saldana-Portillo
    33. Linda Sayed
    34. Ella Shohat
    35. Nikhil Pal Singh
    36. Noelle Stout
    37. Helga Tawil-Souri
    38. Gregory Vargo
    39. Ezequiel Vinao
    40. Daniel Walkowitz
    41. Jini Watson
    42. Barbara Weinstein
    43. Michael A. Westerman
    44. Edward Ziter
    45. Angela Zito


    Faculty and staff who have signed the TIAA-CREF divestment petition: 219

    1. Sandra Adams
    2. Rodolfo Aiello
    3. Jonathan Alexander
    4. Gwendolyn Alker
    5. Awam Amkpa
    6. Gary Anderson
    7. Peder Anker
    8. Sinan Antoon
    9. Arjun Appadurai
    10. Karl Appuhn
    11. Emily Apter
    12. John M. Archer
    13. Elizabeth Augspach
    14. Aline Baehler
    15. Michael Balter
    16. Nancy Barton
    17. Adam Becker
    18. Thomas Bender
    19. Emanuela Bianchi
    20. Ned Block
    21. Neil Brenner
    22. Barbara Browning
    23. Craig Calhoun
    24. Christopher Cannon
    25. Marisa Carrasco
    26. Vivek Chibber
    27. Jung-Bong Choi
    28. Gene Cittadino
    29. Lester Cohen
    30. Robert Cohen
    31. Joy Connolly
    32. Frederick Cooper
    33. Marty Correia
    34. Medhat Credi
    35. Raffaella Cribiore
    36. Shamita Das Dasgupta
    37. Daniel Dawson
    38. Patrick Deer
    39. María de Lourdes Dávila
    40. Dipti Desai
    41. Muriel Dimen
    42. Carolyn Dinshaw
    43. Ana Dopico
    44. Georgina Dopico Black
    45. Fabienne Doucet
    46. Lisa Duggan
    47. Stephen Duncombe
    48. Henry Em
    49. Kathy Engel
    50. Paula England
    51. Khaled Fahmy
    52. Michelle Fawcett
    53. Allen Feldman
    54. Hartry Field
    55. Peter Meyer Filardo
    56. Sibylle Fischer
    57. Juan Flores
    58. Elaine Fludgate
    59. Luis Francia
    60. Elaine Freedgood
    61. Rosalind Fredericks
    62. Toral Gajarawala
    63. Alexander Galloway
    64. Ahu Gemici
    65. Patricia DeGennaro
    66. Michael Gilsenan
    67. Gabriel Giorgi
    68. Ann Goerdt
    69. Jeff Goodwin
    70. Gayatri Gopinath
    71. Linda Gordon
    72. Greg Grandin
    73. David F. Greenberg
    74. Ed Guerrero
    75. Nadia Guessousr
    76. Hanna Gurman
    77. Hala Halim
    78. Yukiko Hanawa
    79. Christine Harrington
    80. Scott Hightower
    81. Denis Hollier
    82. A.B. Huber
    83. Dale Hudson
    84. Richard Hull
    85. Seung-hoon Jeong
    86. Colin Jerolmack
    87. Mona Jimenez
    88. Neville Kallenbach
    89. Lauren Kaminsky
    90. Rebecca Karl
    91. Nina Katchadourian
    92. Jair Kessler
    93. Arang Keshavarzian
    94. Mehdi Khorrami
    95. Ilya Kliger
    96. Arun Kundnani
    97. Lise Landeau
    98. Michael Landy
    99. Jill Lane
    100. Andrew H. Lee
    101. Tamer el-Leithy
    102. David Levering Lewis
    103. David Levene
    104. George Levine
    105. Jacques Lezra
    106. Andrew Libby
    107. Jocelyn Lieu
    108. Zachary Lockman
    109. Beatrice Longuenesse
    110. Thomas Looser
    111. David Ludden
    112. Ritty Lukose
    113. Steven Lukes
    114. Cecil MacKinnon
    115. Holly Maguigan
    116. Jeff Manza
    117. Randy Martin
    118. H. Salvador Martinez
    119. John Maynard
    120. Anna McCarthy
    121. Erin Mee
    122. Aziz Mehdi
    123. Eve Meltzer
    124. Pascal Menoret
    125. Lina Meruane
    126. Ara H. Merjian
    127. Adam Meyers
    128. Mona Mikhail
    129. Mark Crispin Miller
    130. Mara Mills
    131. Bella Mirabella
    132. Ali Mirsepassi
    133. Sylvia Molloy
    134. Mick Moloney
    135. Paul Monsour
    136. David Thornton Moore
    137. Ann Morning
    138. José Muñoz
    139. Sara Murphy
    140. Vasuki Nesiah
    141. Mary Nolan
    142. Sana Odeh
    143. Patricia Okoh-Esene
    144. Bertell Ollman
    145. Sonia M Ospina
    146. Deborah K. Padgett
    147. Mary Panzer
    148. Crystal Parikh
    149. Michael Peachin
    150. Haley Peele
    151. Ann Pellegrini
    152. Susan Pelosi
    153. Leslie Peirce
    154. Kimberly Phillips-Fein
    155. Rene F Poitevin
    156. Dana Polan
    157. Maurice A. Pomerantz
    158. Mary Louise Pratt
    159. Rajeswari Sunder Rajan
    160. Arvind Rajagopal
    161. Mark Read
    162. Stephen Rechner
    163. Timothy J. Reiss
    164. Nancy F Regalado
    165. José Reyes
    166. Joseph Rodriguez
    167. Lissette Roarabaugh
    168. Moss Roberts
    169. Erica Robles-Anderson
    170. Andrew Ross
    171. Kristin Ross
    172. Everett Rowson
    173. Deirdre Royster
    174. Martha Rust
    175. Josefina Saldaña-Portillo
    176. Van Santvoord
    177. Greta Scharnweber
    178. Martin Scherzinger
    179. Richard Schechner
    180. Frank Schiro
    181. Nadrian Seeman
    182. Eduardo Segura
    183. Burt Shachter
    184. Lytle Shaw
    185. Stephen Schiffer
    186. Miranda Sherman
    187. Ella Shohat
    188. John Victor Singler
    189. Laura Slatkin
    190. Julie Sloane
    191. Nancy Smith Amer
    192. Alan Sokal
    193. George Solt
    194. Marie Cruz Soto
    195. Robert Stam
    196. Justin Stearns
    197. Constance R. Sutton
    198. Helga Tawil-Souri
    199. Diana Taylor
    200. Nina Thomas
    201. Paul Thompson
    202. Sinclair Thomson
    203. Thuy Linh Tu
    204. Jim Uleman
    205. Vasu Varadhan
    206. Juan D. Vasquez
    207. James David Velleman
    208. Daniel J. Walkowitz
    209. Marc Walters
    210. Jeremy Walton
    211. Stephen Wangh
    212. Sarah Waterbury
    213. Barbara Weinstein
    214. Susan Weisser
    215. E. Frances White
    216. Rae C Wright
    217. Marilyn B. Young
    218. Edward Ziter
    219. Angela Zito

    Supporting SJP Harassment Activities

    Faculty and staff who have signed the Students for Justice in Palestine petition to support “dorm storming” as “free speech” and “peaceful political protest”: 95

    1. Ada Ferrer
    2. Adam H. Becker
    3. Andrew Needham
    4. Andrew Ross
    5. Angela Zito
    6. Ann Pellegrini
    7. Ara H. Merjian
    8. Arang Keshavarzian
    9. Barbara Weinstein
    10. Bertell Ollman
    11. Benoit Challand
    12. Christine Harrington
    13. Crystal Parikh
    14. Daniel Walkowitz
    15. David Margolies
    16. Dennis Geronimus
    17. Diana Taylor, Professor
    18. Edward Ziter
    19. Elaine Freedgood
    20. Emanuela Bianchi
    21. Gabriel Giorgi
    22. George Downs
    23. Gianpaolo Baiocchi
    24. Greg Grandin
    25. Greta Scharnweber
    26. Gwendolyn Alker
    27. Hasia Diner, Professor
    28. Holly Maguigan
    29. Helga Tawil-Souri
    30. Ilya Kliger
    31. J David Velleman
    32. Jacques Lezra
    33. Jeff Goodwin
    34. Jeffrey Sammons
    35. Jim Uleman
    36. John Archer
    37. Jonathan J G Alexander
    38. Justin Stearns
    39. Karl Appuhn
    40. Kathy Engel
    41. Kim Phillips-Fein
    42. Konstantinos Kornetis
    43. Lester W Cohen
    44. Lina Meruane
    45. Linda Gordon
    46. Lisa Duggan
    47. Manu Goswami
    48. Marie Cruz Soto
    49. Marilyn B. Young
    50. Marion Kaplan
    51. Mark Crispin Miller
    52. Mark Read
    53. Medhat Credi
    54. Michael Balter
    55. Michael Gilsenan
    56. Michael Peachin
    57. Michael Rectenwald
    58. Molly Nolan
    59. Mona Jimenez
    60. Moss Roberts
    61. Muhamed Osman Al Khalil
    62. Muriel Dimen
    63. Myles Jackson
    64. Nader Uthman
    65. Nahid Mozaffari
    66. Nancy F Regalado
    67. Ned Seeman
    68. Neville Kallenbach
    69. Nicholas Mirzoeff
    70. Patricia DeGennaro
    71. Pascal Menoret
    72. Paul Monsour
    73. Paula Chakravartty
    74. Peder Anker
    75. Randy Martin
    76. Rebecca Anne Goetz
    77. Rebecca E. Karl
    78. Richard Schechner
    79. Ritty Lukose
    80. Robert Cohen
    81. Rodolfo Aiello
    82. Sana Odeh
    83. Seda Gurses
    84. Sibylle Fischer
    85. Sinan Antoon
    86. Sinclair Thomson
    87. Stephen Duncombe
    88. Stephen Wangh
    89. Sylvia Molloy
    90. Tamer el-Leithy
    91. Tavia Nyong’o
    92. Vasuki Nesiah
    93. Vivek Chibber
    94. Yanni Kotsonis
    95. Zachary Lockman