EPCR: We wonder what the reasons for the harsh measures of the CHE might be

Dear members of the Israeli Council of Higher Education,   We write on behalf of the ECPR, an association representing more than 300 Departments of Political Science in Europe and around the globe and encompassing more than 10,000 individual scholars

EPCR: We wonder what the reasons for the harsh measures of the CHE might be

Dear members of the Israeli Council of Higher Education,   We write on behalf of the ECPR, an association representing more than 300 Departments of Political Science in Europe and around the globe and encompassing more than 10,000 individual scholars

Prof. David Newman: Damaging Israel’s scientific reputation

Many of us in Israeli academia have spent much of our time during the past five years rebutting attempts by foreign academics to impose an academic boycott on Israel. It has not been an easy task, but we are committed

Prof. David Newman: Damaging Israel’s scientific reputation

Many of us in Israeli academia have spent much of our time during the past five years rebutting attempts by foreign academics to impose an academic boycott on Israel. It has not been an easy task, but we are committed

Bernard Avishai: Israeli Academia: Crossing the line?

On September 5, the Israeli Council of Higher Education, generally referred to by its Hebrew acronym Malag, met in executive session and accepted a recommendation of a “sub-committee for quality assurance” to suspend registering students to the Government Department at Ben

Bernard Avishai: Israeli Academia: Crossing the line?

On September 5, the Israeli Council of Higher Education, generally referred to by its Hebrew acronym Malag, met in executive session and accepted a recommendation of a “sub-committee for quality assurance” to suspend registering students to the Government Department at Ben

Letter of the International Geographical Union’s Commission for Political Geography

To: Members of the Higher Education Council


 Jerusalem, Israel


 7 October 2012 

Re: Concern over the Politics and Government Department, Ben-Gurion University


  

Dear Council Member,


 I am writing in my capacity as President of the International Geographical Union’s Commission for

Letter of the International Geographical Union’s Commission for Political Geography

To: Members of the Higher Education Council


 Jerusalem, Israel


 7 October 2012 

Re: Concern over the Politics and Government Department, Ben-Gurion University


  

Dear Council Member,


 I am writing in my capacity as President of the International Geographical Union’s Commission for