Nearly 100 Columbia faculty members signed a letter to the New York State Assembly opposing a hotly debated bill that would cut state funding to academic institutions that have connections to groups that boycott Israel.
American Studies Association
The opposition to the ASA boycott should not be misinterpreted as support for Israel's policies.
University President Lee Bollinger and Barnard President Deborah Spar both said they oppose a recent boycott of Israeli universities by the American Studies Association in statements released Friday and Sunday.
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