3 edition of Academic freedom in the Middle East found in the catalog.
Academic freedom in the Middle East
|Statement||Joe Stork and Steve Niva.|
|Series||Special MERIP publication|
|Contributions||Niva, Steve., Middle East Research & Information Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (5 p.) :|
Conflicts over the politics of the Middle East are corroding academic freedom on U.S. campuses Marc Lamont Hill attends a discussion during the American Black Film Festival in . In the essays of this persuasive collection, Academic Freedom after Septem the situation looks threatening and grim. The authors cite an increasing number of cases where Middle East studies faculty, most in departments of history or political science, have faced intense scrutiny, not only for their written work but also for how they lecture.
Our intention was to explore the idea of academic freedom in a context which pushes that concept to its limits — the imbrication of Israeli academia in that country’s century-long war against the Palestinians, including the continuing occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, and East Jerusalem, and the international boycott campaign in support of. Henry Reichman, the chair of the American Association of University Professors’ Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure, described the department’s inquiry into the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies’ use of federal Title VI funds as “a chillingly inappropriate political intrusion into curricular decisions best made by.
This is evident from countries’ ranking on the press freedom index. Out of states, seven in the Middle East—Syria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, and Iran—were in the bottom 10 percent. No Middle Eastern country made it to the top 30 percent, including Israel. Committee on Academic Freedom of the Middle East Studies Association seeks to foster the free exchange of knowledge as a human right and to inhibit infringements on that right by government restrictions on scholars. The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights provide the principal.
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Despite its strong traditions of academic freedom, Germany experienced a virtually complete eclipse of such freedom during the period of Nazi rule (–45).
At the end of the 20th century, academic freedom seemed strongest in Europe and North America and weakest under various dictatorial regimes in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Academic freedom in the Middle East is a contested and debated issue, which has caught regional and international attention. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, in general, the authoritarian regimes have all showed a certain degree of opposition to every sort of freedom, academic one not excluded, regardless of the type of regime basis they had.
The preeminent organization in the field, MESA publishes the International Journal of Middle East Studies and has over 2, members worldwide. MESA is committed to ensuring academic freedom of expression, both within the region and in connection with the study of the region in North America and elsewhere.
In light of these circumstances, the Taskforce on Middle East Anthropology created a resource guide in titled Academic Freedom and Professional Responsibility after 9/ A Handbook for Scholars and Teachers.
The first edition of the handbook was based on ethnographic interviews with and research on academics working on the Middle East who. This paper’s intent is to examine the reasons of the shortcomings of research attention to the Middle East (ME) and Africa regions.
The objective of this study is to determine the reasons for and implications of the absence of ME- and Africa-based studies in outstanding international journals in the marketing field with a specific emphasis on the challenges in conducting and publishing. Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry that Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East Kim Ghattas out of 5 stars The preeminent organization in the field, the Association publishes the International Journal of Middle East Studies and has more than members worldwide.
MESA is committed to ensuring academic freedom and freedom of expression, both within the region and in connection with the study of the region in North America and elsewhere.
Faith and Power Religion and Politics in the Middle East Bernard Lewis. Previously unpublished pieces by the author of national bestsellers; Essays by a pre-eminent historian on a region that remains a hot-button political issue.
Civil Discourse and Academic Freedom; Title VI; Faculty Forum. FF Archives (Jun – Apr ) Survey of Institutions; Activities. Statements and Petitions.
SPME Statements; SPME Petitions; Webinars; Events / Missions; Member Research. Analysis; Book Reviews; Fellowships. Fellows Application; Fellows Research; SPME Microgrant Application. Set in the 5th century AD, in a pre-Islamic Egypt and Syria, Azazeel is a tale of extraordinary magical realism, depicting the tensions between the new Christian religion and the time-honoured pagan beliefs.
These tensions are encapsulated in the character of Hypa, a monk who struggles internally between his faith and his ‘pagan’ inclinations towards the magical, the erotic and the poetic.
The two big cases of academic freedom in the past half-century involve philosopher Frank Knopfelmacher () and physicist Ridd. In Knopfelmacher, who was a lecturer at the University of Melbourne, was appointed to the position of senior lecturer in. Self-serving reinterpretations of academic freedom can also be found in policy statements, including one issued by the Taskforce on Middle East Anthropology.
This organization published Academic Freedom and Professional Responsibility After 9/ A Handbook for Scholars and Teachers in The Best Middle Eastern History & Politics Books A camel train passing Jerusalem infrom The Library of Congress The Best Middle Eastern History & Politics Books is a reading list for those with a serious interest in understanding the modern Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Academic Freedom and the Middle East Studies Association Aug When Islamic State: The Digital Caliphate was published in the fall ofthe author, Abdel Bari Atwan, was planning on coming to the United States for a book and lecture tour. The United States Department of Education has ordered Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to alter their joint Middle East studies program to present more “positive imagery” of Judaism and Christianity in the Middle East.
NCAC has joined with the American Association of University Professors and others to call out this serious threat to academic freedom. He has served as an expert on Terrorism with the US and European Governments since Dr Phares serves as an academic advisor to several Human Rights and minority groups.
SinceDr Phares has published ten books on Middle East Conflicts and International Terrorism. Academic freedom is a moral and legal concept expressing the conviction that the freedom of inquiry by faculty members is essential to the mission of the academy as well as the principles of academia, and that scholars should have freedom to teach or communicate ideas or facts (including those that are inconvenient to external political groups or to authorities) without being targeted for.
For those who study the Middle East/North Africa (MENA), academic freedom has long been an issue of serious concern. Over the years we have seen our colleagues living under the authoritarian regimes of the region dismissed from teaching positions, prevented from conducting their research, arrested, imprisoned and sometimes tortured because of their writings or actions.
The annual newsletter of the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies features a recommended reading list of books published by Stanford University Press (SUP) that focus on Middle Eastern and Islamic societies and cultures.
This list was curated by Kate Wahl, Editor-in-Chief & Publishing Director of SUP. This article also appears on SGS's Global Perspectives blog. Widely acknowledged to be a pioneer in women’s writing in the Middle-East, Layla Baalbaki was one of the first writers to give women a voice in Arab literature, focusing primarily on female issues.
Her novel I Live is a work far ahead of its time, revolving around a young Lebanese woman as she attempts to negotiate her place in the world; striving for political, social and financial. Academic Freedom: Selected full-text books and articles No University Is an Island: Saving Academic Freedom By Cary Nelson New York University Press, Read preview Overview."Academic Freedom at Risk: The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement Against Israel" will be presented on Monday, Ap from 10 a.m.
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