Steven Salaita's Final Tour!

NJ/NY Tour, November 17-20, 2014


Rutgers Newark

An Attack on Academic Freedom: Silencing Dissent: Hear Prof Steven Salaita Robeson Student Center 3rd fl 350 MLKing Jr. Blvd, Newark Sponsors: Students for Justice in Palestine

Rutgers New Brunswick

Silencing Dissent: The University vs. Academic Freedom Featuring Steven Salaita Women and Gender Studies 162 Ryders Lane, Douglass Campus Sponsors: Center for Middle East Studies, Rutgers AAUP-AFT, African, Middle East and South Asian Languages and Literature, Women & Gender Studies, Journalism, Students for Justice in Palestine

Princeton University

Political Dissent, Digital Media, and Futures of Academic Freedom: An Evening with Steven Salaita moderated by Max Weiss Betts Auditorium Architecture Building Sponsors: Princeton Committee on Palestine, Program in Near Eastern Studies, Program in American Studies, The Council of the Humanities, University Center of Human Values


Staten Island CUNY
Silencing Dissent: Hear Steven Salaita Building 1S room 116  2800 Victory Blvd, SI Sponsors: Staten Island Students for Justice in Palestine

New York University

Inter/Nationalism: Encountering Palestine in American Studies Kimmel Room 905, 60 Washington Sq South Sponsors: NYU Native/Indigenous Studies Speaker Series, Kevorian Center, NYU Students for Justice in Palestine, Native Studies Forum, Dept of Social and Cultural Analysis, Radical Film & Lecture Series, Queer Union, Center for Multicultural Education and Program, Students Creating Radical Change, Center For Multicultural and Educations Programs


12 noon-2:00pm
The New School

Steven Salaita & Scholarship Exiled: Threats to Academic Freedom & Activism on Campus: Panel: Steven Salaita, Ann Snitow Prof Literature and Gender Studies Lang College, Prof Nikhil Pal Singh Social and Cultural Analysis NYU, Ibrahim Shikaki Ph.D. Candidate The New School, Moderated by Claire Potter, Professor of History, The New School for Public Engagement, Introduction Mary Watson, Dean, The New School for Public Engagement Theresa Lang Community and Student Center 55 West 13th Street Sponsors: New School Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Voice for Peace, University Student Senate

Columbia University

Comparative Indigeneities: Dispossession, Belongings, and Human Rights in Palestine and Puerto Rico Room 104 Jerome Greene Hall, 435 W. 116th St. Sponsors Ctr for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, The Ctr for the Study of Law and Culture, The Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Program at the Institute for the Study of Human Rights, The Ctr for Palestine Studies


Brooklyn College

Silencing Dissent: A Panel Discussion with Prof Steven Salaita, Prof Corey Robin (Brooklyn College), Prof Katherine Franke (Columbia Law School) Student Center The Gold Room 6th fl. RSVP required Sponsors: Brooklyn Students for Justice in Palestine, Political Sci &Sociology Dept., Shirley Chisholm Project, International Socialist Organization, Brooklyn for Peace