Scholarly and Scientific Boycotts of Israel: Abusing the Academic Enterprise
University of Baltimore School of Law
Touro Law Review, Vol. 21, p. 989, 2006
"Veritas vos liberabit," chanted the scholastics of yesteryear, "The truth will set you free," echo their latter-day counterparts in the academy. Universities like themselves to be perceived as places of culture in a chaotic world, protectors of reasoned discourse, peaceful havens for learned professors roaming orderly quadrangles and pondering higher thoughts - a community of scholars seeking knowledge in sylvan tranquility. The real world of higher education, of course, is not quite so wonderful.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 88
Keywords: universities, Israel, boycotts
JEL Classification: K1, N4Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: June 21, 2008 ; Last revised: July 6, 2008
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