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Suppression of Academic Freedom: the case of Nadia Abu El-Haj at Barnard College

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#72693 Barnard Alumnae Opposing Tenure for Anthropologist
by Gabrielle Birkner in New York Sun, 16 November 2006

#49942 Input or Intrusion?
by Scott Jaschik in Inside Higher Ed, 21 November 2006

#72690 Alexander Joffe Denies Conflict of Interest in Reviewing Abu El-Haj Book
by Richard Silverstein 30 August 2007

#71549 Middle East Tensions Flare Again in U.S. (Update)
by Scott Jaschik in Inside Higher Ed, 5 September 2007

#70557 Fracas Erupts Over Book on Mideast by a Barnard Professor Seeking Tenure
by Karen W. Arenson in The New York Times, 10 September 2007

#72696 Some Professional Observations on the Controversy about Nadia Abu El-Hajís First Book
by Alan F. Segal in Columbia Spectator, 21 September 2007

#72695 The Context of Lassner's Review of Facts on the Ground
by Joachim Martillo 26 September 2007

#71822 Land of the free?
by Richard Silverstein in Guardian: Comment is Free, 9 October 2007

#72694 Flinging Dirt In Archaeology Dispute
by Larry Cohler-Esses in The Jewish Week, 25 October 2007

#81525 The Petition: Israel, Palestine, and a tenure battle at Barnard
by Jane Kramer in New Yorker, April 2008

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