Connecting the Dots: BDS Organizing & the HP Boycott Campaign

by Sherna Berger Gluck On the heels of several BDS successes, including widening support in the US for the academic boycott following the 2013 American Studies Association (ASA) resolution, there's a growing sense the tide is turning. More academics are organizing boycott campaigns in their professional organizations - notably anthropologists, historians and Middle East studies scholars. The US Academic and Cultural Boycott (USACBI) Organizing Collective just held a workshop for this year's ASA on building the boycott beyond the academy. A new generation of activists is connecting [...]