Tuesday 14 April 2015

Conference postponement

14th April 2015

Dear Friends,

A hearing was held in the High Court today on our application for an injunction to compel Southampton University to host our conference. Unfortunately, the court sided with the university, despite the strengths of our case. We will continue pursuing justice for both Palestine and for freedom of speech. We are now contemplating the best way of pursuing an appeal against this decision.

Our painstaking efforts to locate a private venue have also not borne fruit. We have exhausted all possible venues in Southampton from private to community owned spaces. Several venues confirmed our booking initially as an alternative, and then cancelled. In this light, we cannot risk receiving you here only to have an alternative venue cancel precipitously.

It is with great regret, therefore, that we must postpone the conference International Law and the State of Israel: Legitimacy, Responsibility and Exceptionalism.  We have an amazing programme and we will immediately start planning for its execution. Please cancel your travel arrangements as soon as possible.

It has been a very difficult few weeks. We have had to manage both the internal process in the university, launch a legal suit, handle finances and budgets, manage public collective statements, and re-book speaker accommodations, cancelled by the university without any notice.

We would like to thank Keren Ben-Dor who has stepped in and done tremendous work in organising accommodations and communicating with everybody.  We also thank our amazing legal team: Mark McDonald, Shivani Jegarajah, Mohamed Elmaazi and Paul Heron, for their strenuous work and fabulous argument.

Last but not least we would like to thank you all for supporting this conference, and for bearing with us through a period of great uncertainty.

We will meet in the conference very soon. The pursuit of justice and peace in Palestine continues, and we must keep solidarity in the face of this disgraceful failure on the part of Southampton University.  We must continue to protest publicly against the university decision, and use the moral strength of our cause to ensure freedom of speech and academic debate - for our own sakes as well as for others. We are confident that in time, we will, indeed, prevail.

Thursday 2 April 2015

Organisers’ Statement following the Vice-Chancellor’s decision on 1 April 2015

As organisers of the conference ‘International Law and the State of Israel: Legitimacy, Responsibility and Exceptionalism’ due to take place on the 17th of April, we are shocked and dismayed by the Vice-Chancellor’s decision, to dismiss our internal appeal, thus confirming the University’s Senior Management withdrawal of permission for the conference to go ahead on University property. The reasoning for this decision is said to be the University’s legal obligation to provide safety and security to participants, students and employees in the conference venue and all over the campus. The Senior Management claims, based on their risk assessment, that they will not be able to effectively reduce the level of residual risks to an acceptable level. Accordingly, the Senior Management judged that the health and safety risks outweigh the University’s legal obligations and duty to secure freedom of speech within the law for which the Vice-Chancellor asserts an unswerving commitment.

The greatest risk to health and safety that was identified by the Senior Management was that arising from a by and large peaceful demonstration against the conference and possible counter demonstrations by pro-Palestinian groups during the third day. The intelligence about extreme groups that may appear was greatly inflated. We have brought evidence to the VC from pro-Palestinian groups that they in fact have never intended to hold any demonstrations or counter protests during the conference. The general sensitivity following recent terrorist events in Europe was further misused to inflate the risks. In its risk assessment the Senior Management simply assigned a high level of residual risk despite specifying effective measures to reduce it and assurances by the Police that they are able to manage the demonstrations. 

Crucially, and tellingly, the Senior Management was provided with intelligence asserting that the cancellation of the conference will in itself result in similar and possibly larger demonstrations. These demonstrations would present similar, if not greater levels of risk to health and safety. It is therefore astonishing - given the University’s legal duty to secure freedom of speech within the law - that the Senior Management chose to ignore the risks to health and safety arising from the cancellation of the conference, and instead focus on the risks associated with holding it in fulfilment of its legal obligation to securing freedom of speech within the law!

Wednesday 1 April 2015

A selection of letters from academics to the University of Southampton concerning cancellation of the conference

1. Joint letter by 15 academics from SOAS, Goldsmiths, and others.

We, the undersigned, write to urge you to rescind your decision regarding the conference “International Law and The State of Israel: Legitimacy, Responsibility and Exceptionalism” that is to be held at Southampton University, April 17-19th. In our view, the decision taken by management, to withdraw its permission for the conference to go ahead as planned, is a gross violation of the principle of academic freedom upon which scholarly engagement and university life are premised.

The Conference brings together leading scholars in the fields of political theory, history, cultural studies, and law, among others, whose scholarship has shaped the study of Israel-Palestine. The notion that such an academic event should be cancelled on the ostensible grounds of “health and safety” appears like a fig leaf for what is actually an attempt to stifle debate and critical discussion of the current state of Israel and the legality of its occupation. As recently set out in an open letter by the Conference’s organisers, the management decision ignores the sustained and successful effort by the organisers to assure themselves that the conference could proceed safely, thus painting as exceptional an event which, while perceived by some as controversial, is well within the bounds of critical academic dialogue. Many university events will potentially draw vocal dissent, and even interference, but this cannot reasonably be a criterion to close academic space for debate. The management refusal to engage the efforts made by the organisers to deal with potential disruption lends force to our impression that the actual reason for withdrawing permission is to avoid the challenges that are inherent in preserving a university environment that privileges critical inquiry and open debate over censorship.

We therefore ask you urgently to rescind your decision and to work with the conference organisers to ensure that the event goes ahead in a timely and safe manner.

Monday 30 March 2015

Update from the organisers, 31 March

It is with extreme astonishment and sadness that we have to inform you that the University of Southampton has told us earlier yesterday (Monday 30 March 2015) that it intends to withdraw its permission to hold the academic conference on International Law and the State of Israel. We were told that the decision was taken on the grounds of health and safety: a number of groups may be demonstrating for or against the conference which could present risks to the safety of the participants, students and staff. The University claims that it does not have enough resources to mitigate the risks, despite a clear statement from the Police confirming that they are able to deal with the protest and ensure the security of the event.

As the law stands, the University is legally obliged to uphold freedom of speech, and - unlike in some engineering projects for example where health and safety may be the only legal obligation – the requirement of minimising risk should also fall onto the Police as the agency that is entrusted with the enforcement of the law (freedom of speech) and the provision of security. The mitigating measure should therefore include policing in addition to what the university can reasonably provide using its own security resources. We are therefore extremely dissatisfied with the risk assessment conducted by the University which seems to lack consistency; high risks remained high even when seemingly effective mitigating measures were put in place. Crucially and additionally, the risk assessment does not seem to include all possible risk mitigating measures that could be provided by the police.

Sunday 15 March 2015

Statement in support of the University of Southampton

Pressure is being exerted on the University of Southampton to cancel or ‘reconstruct’ a
 conference on Israel and international law scheduled for 17-19 April. Groups such as the Board of Deputies of British Jews and UK Zionist Federation have urged the university to cancel the event, and there has also been an intervention from Communities minister and Conservative MP Eric Pickles.

Update (16/3): Times Higher Education covers this statement of support.
Update (17/3): a statement by organisers can be viewed here.

To add your name to those listed below, please email freespeechsouthampton@gmail.com  

Statement in support of the University of Southampton

We, the undersigned academics, express principled and full support for the University of Southampton’s commitment to freedom of speech and scholarly debate.

We commend the University of Southampton administration, including Vice-Chancellor Don Nutbeam, for its resolute defense of academic freedom.

It is standing principle and recognised practice that academic conference organisers have the right to choose those speakers and topics they feel would best address the purposes of the conference, without these being dictated to them by outside parties.To the best of our knowledge, the conference invitations in this case are based on qualification to speak on the topic rather than on political positions held.

We affirm, as academics from various disciplines and institutions of higher education, that the themes of the conference, such as the relationship of international law to the historic and ongoing political violence in Palestine/Israel, and critical reflections on nationality and self-determination, are entirely legitimate subjects for debate and inquiry.

We are very concerned that partisan attempts are being made to silence dissenting analyses of the topic in question. For external pressure and interference, especially from political lobby groups and a government minister, to censor lawful academic discussion would set a worrying precedent.

We trust that the programme of ‘International Law and the State of Israel: Legitimacy, Responsibility and Exceptionalism’ will go ahead as planned, to the credit of the University of Southampton and all those involved.

To add your name, email freespeechsouthampton@gmail.com

Signed (929 signatories):

NB: Institutional affiliation listed for identification purposes only.

Ahmed Abbes, French National Centre for Scientific Research
Dr. Chris Abbyad, Clinical Assistant Professor, Rafic Hariri School of Nursing, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Professor Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi, Senior Scholar, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Initiative, San Francisco State University, USA
Dr. Mark Abel, Senior Lecturer in Politics and History, University of Brighton
Mariam Aboelezz, research student, Lancaster University
Dr Reem Abou-El-Fadl, Lecturer in Comparative Politics of the Middle East, Department of Politics and International Studies, SOAS
Matthew Abraham, Associate Professor of English, University of Arizona, USA
Dr. Salman Abu Sitta
Jose Abu-Tarbush, Lecturer in Sociology and International Relations, La Laguna University, Spain
Howard Tzvi Adelman, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Dr Siân Adiseshiah, University of Lincoln
Adel Afifi, Professor Emeritus, University of Iowa, USA
Walid A. Afifi, Professor, Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa, USA
Professor the Baroness Haleh Afshar, Dept. of Politics, University of York
Dr Abd Rahman Ahlan, Associate Professor, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
Dr Ali Nobil Ahmad, Zentrum Moderner Orient/Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
Patrick Ainley, Professor of Training and Education, University of Greenwich
Guy Aitchison, Doctoral Student, UCL
Hilary Aked, PhD candidate, University of Bath
Shahrough Akhavi, Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Columbia University, USA
Nadje Al-Ali, Prof. of Gender Studies, SOAS
Dr. Saydul Alam, University of Cardiff
Dr. Randa Alami, Dept. of Economics, SOAS
Prof. Ammiel Alcalay, Queens College, CUNY, USA
Dr Blake Alcott, ecological economist, London
Dr David Alderson, Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of Manchester
Dr. Matthew Alford, University of Bath
Amal Ali, PhD candidate, School of Law, University of Sheffield
Dr Mansur Ali, Lecturer in Islamic Studies, Cardiff University
Tariq Mehmood Ali, Assistant Professor, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Lori Allen, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, SOAS
Dr. Rory Allen, Associate Lecturer in Psychology, Goldsmiths, University of London
Eric Alliez, Professor of Contemporary French Philosophy, Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University
Dr. Salam Al-Mahadin, Associate-Professor, English Department, Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Jordan
Professor Humayun Ansari OBE, Director Centre for Minority Studies, Royal Holloway, University of London
Dr David Archibald, University of Glasgow
Daniele Armaleo, Dept. of Biology, Duke University, USA
Ömer Faruk Altunç, Muş Alparslan University, Turkey
Dr. Richard Appignanesi
Dr. Toshikazu Arai, Professor Emeritus, Soai University, Osaka, Japan
Shawky Arif, Teaching Assistant in Economics, University of Bristol
Walter Armbrust, Middle East Centre, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford
Talal Asad, Distinguished Professor, CUNY, USA
Dr Alessandra Asteriti, Research Associate, School of Law, University of Glasgow
Elsa Auerbach, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Nadira Auty, Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge
Prof. Dr. Mahmut Aydin, University of Ondokuz Mayıs, Samsun, Turkey
Abyd Quinn Aziz, Lecturer/Admissions Tutor, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University
Fateh Azzam, Director, Asfari Institute for Civil Society and Citizenship, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Tal Badrawi, Professor Emiritus, MIT, USA
Dr. Claude Baesens, Associated Professor, Mathematics, University of Warwick
Mona Baker, Prof. of Translation Studies, University of Manchester
Viviane Baladi, Directeur de Recherches CNRS, Paris
Dr. Patricia Balcom, Professor, Université de Moncton, Canada
Fabrizia Baldissera, University of Florence, Italy
Mohammed Bamyeh, Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Dr Murad Banaji, Reader in Mathematics, University of Portsmouth
Dr. Samia Bano, School of Law, SOAS
Professor Mostafa Barigou, University of Birmingham
David Barkin, Professor, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico
Dr. Ian Barnes, Programme Leader, Department of Computing, University of the Highlands and Islands
Zafar Bashir, Prof of Neuroscience, University of Bristol
Isam Bashour, Prof. of soil science and plant nutrition, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Munir Bashshur, Professor of Education, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Jinan Bastaki, PhD candidate, SOAS
Dr J. Chimène Bateman, New College, University of Oxford
Prof. Rosalyn Baxandall
Dr. Hatem Bazian, Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Naiara Bazin, PhD candidate, UCL
Dr. Alberica Bazzoni, Lecturer in Italian Literature, University of Oxford
Roger Beck, Professor Emeritus, Department of Classics and Historical Studies, University of Toronto
Dr Alex Bellem, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University
Naor Ben-Yehoyada, Postdoctoral Scholar, Harvard University, USA
Dr. Alexander Beresford, POLIS, University of Leeds
Prof. Dr. Gie van den Berghe, University of Ghent, Belgium
Paul Bermingham, PhD candidate, Nottingham Trent University
Prof. Chris Berry, Dept. of Film Studies, King's College London
Gurminder K Bhambra, Prof. of Sociology, University of Warwick
Brenna Bhandar, Senior Lecturer, School of Law, SOAS
Chetan Bhatt, Director, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, Professor of Sociology, LSE
Professor Gargi Bhattacharyya, School of Social Sciences, University of East London
Monica Biagioli, University of the Arts London
Emanuela Bianchi, Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, New York University, USA
Dr Federica Bicchi, Associate Professor of International Relations, LSE
Dr. Ama Biney
Elizabeth Bishop, Associate Professor, Modern Arab History, Texas State University, USA
Isra Black, Visiting Lecturer/PhD candidate, Centre of Medical Law and Ethics, Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London
Dr. Susan Blackwell
Professor Sarah Blandy, School of Law, University of Sheffield
Dr. Benay Blend, Central NM Community College, USA
Karen M. Booth, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Prof. Hagit Borer, Chair, Department of Linguistics, Queen Mary, University of London
Joanna Bornat, Emeritus Professor, Open University
Richard Bornat, Professor of Computer Programming, University of Middlesex
Abderraouf Bouferrouk, PhD candidate, Tlemcen University, Algeria
Dr. Abdessalem Bouferrouk, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, University of the West of England
Prof. Dr. Miriam Bouzouita, Dept. of Linguistics, Ghent University, Belgium
James Bowen, Computer Science, UCC, Cork, Ireland
Dr Rachel Bower, University of Cambridge
Professor Jeffrey Bowers, University of Bristol
Glenn Bowman, Reader in Social Anthropology, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent, Canterbury
Bill Bowring, Prof. of Law, School of Law, Birkbeck College
Prof. Daniel Boyarin, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Dr Robert Boyce, London School of Economics (LSE)
Dr Barbara Bradby, Department of Sociology, Trinity College, Ireland (retired)
Elaine Bradley, PhD candidate, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Bob Brecher, Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Brighton
Professor Marie Breen-Smyth, University of Surrey
Timothy Brennan, Professor, University of Minnesota, USA
Dr. Sonja Brentjes, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany
Prof. Haim Bresheeth, Professorial Research Associate, SOAS
Prof. Steve Breyman, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Martin Bright, Mathematisch Instituut, University of Leiden, Netherlands
Roger Bromley, Visiting Professor, Lancaster University
David Brophy, Lecturer, Dept. of History, University of Sydney, Australia
Miriam Bross, PhD candidate, University of East Anglia
Dr Gavin Brown, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leicester
Mark Brown, School Of Law, University Of Sheffield
Sophia Brown, Doctoral Researcher and Associate Tutor, University of Kent
Dr. Thomas C Brown, Prof. Emeritus, Dep. of Math., Simon Fraser University, Canada
Wendy Brown, Prof. of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Audrey Bryan, Lecturer in Sociology (Education and Human Development), St. Patrick's College, Dublin City University, Ireland
Dr Adrian Budd, Principal Lecturer in Politics, London South Bank University
Dr Janet Bujra, Honorary Reader, University of Bradford
Erica Burman, Professor of Education, The University of Manchester
Saleema Burney, PhD candidate, SOAS
Dr Mark Burton, Research Associate, University of Leicester
Prof. Mark Burton, Visiting Professor, Manchester Metropolitan University
Clive Bush, Emeritus Professor of English, King's College London
Ray Bush, Prof. of African Studies and Development Politics, POLIS, University of Leeds
Judith Butler, Professor of Comparative Literature and Critical Theory, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Charles Butterworth, Emeritus Professor, Department of Government & Politics, University of Maryland, USA
Dr. Estevao Cabral
Patricia Caillé, Associate Professor, Université de Strasbourg, France
Lesley Caldwell, Honorary Professor, University College London
Dr. Colin Calleja, University of Malta, Malta
Al Campbell, Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Utah, USA
Mary Baine Campbell, Professor, Brandeis University, USA
Ray Campbell, PhD candidate/lecturer, University of East London
Ana Maria Candela, Binghamton University, USA
Dr Fiona Candlin, Senior Lecturer, Birkbeck, University of London
Professor Taylor Carman, Barnard College, Columbia University, USA
Dr Barry Carr, Senior Fellow, Institute of Latin American Studies, La Trobe University, Australia
Robin Carrell, Emeritus Professor of Haematology, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Dr. Marina Carter, Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh
Anne Marie Carty, PhD Candidate, University of WestminsterProf Paul Sant Cassia, Head of Department of Anthropological Sciences, University of Malta, Malta
Dr. Baris Cayli, The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research
Courtney Cazden, Emeritus Professor of Education, Harvard University USA
Birten Çelik, Associate Professor, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Bahadir Celiktemur, PhD candidate, University of Warwick
Dr. Jad Chaaban, Associate Professor of Economics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Professor David W Chadwick, University of Kent
Barbara Chasin, Professor Emerita, Sociology, Montclair State University, USA
Claudia Chaufan, Associate Professor, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Maya N. Abi Chahine, Coordinator, University for Seniors, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Dr. J. T. Chalcraft, Associate Professor in the History and Politics of Empire / Imperialism, London School of Economics (LSE)
Abderrahim Chalfaouat, PhD candidate, Hassan II University, Morocco
Dr Claire Chambers, Lecturer in Global Literature, University of York
Shefali Chandra, Associate Professor of History, Washington University in St Louis, USA
Prof. Michael Chanan, Department of Media, Culture and Language, Roehampton University
Suchetana Chattopadhyay, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Jadavpur University, India
Shohini Chaudhuri, Senior Lecturer, Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies, University of Essex
Peter Cheng, Professor of Cognitive Science, University of Sussex
Dr. Lounes Chikhi, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal
Dr. Yves Chilliard, Research Director, Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA), France
Louise Chircop, PhD candidate, University of Malta, Malta
Dr. James Chiriyankandath, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London
Dr. Andrew Chitty, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Sussex
Sumi Cho, Professor of Law, DePaul University College of Law, USA
Noam Chomsky, MIT, USA
Aziz Choudry, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, McGill University, Canada
Jahedul Islam Chowdhury, PhD Researcher, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Queen's University Belfast
Tanzil Chowdhury, Associate Lecturer, School of Law, University of Manchester
Dr. Adrian Chown, Senior Lecturer in Higher Education, University of Brighton
Dr Andrea Christofidou, Lecturer in Philosophy, Worcester College, University of Oxford
Dr. Nikos Christofis
Kate Clark, Nuhanovic Foundation and the War Reparations Centre (University of Amsterdam), The Netherlands
Professor Dan Clawson, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Dr. Owen Clayton, Lecturer in English, University of Lincoln
Eyal Clyne, PhD candidate, University of Manchester
Dr Shelley Cobb, Film and English, University of Southampton
Catherine Cobham, Dept of Arabic and Persian, University of St Andrews
Dr Bruce M Z Cohen, Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Sociology, University of Auckland, New Zealand
James Cohen, Professor, Université de Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris
Dr Rachel Lara Cohen, Undergraduate Programme Director, Department of Sociology, City University London
Dr. Raya Cohen, AMM Archivio Memorie Migrante, Rome, Italy
Professor Robin Cohen, University of Oxford
Peter Collins, St Mary's University College, Belfast
Dr Richard Collins, Lecturer in International Law, UCD Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin, Ireland
Rebecca Comay, Professor, Philosophy Dept., University of Toronto, Canada
Prof. David Comedi, Physics Department, Faculty of Exact Sciences and Technology, National University of Tucumán, Argentina
Eddie Conlon, College of Engineering and Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology
Elizabeth Coombes, University of South Wales
Professor Andrea Cornwall, Head of School, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex
Elizabeth Cowie, Professor Emeritus, Film Studies, School of Arts, University of Kent
Dr. Laurence Cox, Dept of Sociology, Maynooth University, Ireland
Dr Stephanie Cronin, University of Oxford
Dr. Hannah Cross, University of Westminster
Prof. Andrew Cruden, Prof. of Energy Technology, University of Southampton
Dr Justin Cruickshank, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, School of Government and Society, University of Birmingham
Dr. Juan José Cruz, Departamento de Filología Inglesa y Alemana, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
Dr. Elyse Crystall, Univ of NC at Chapel Hill, USA
Sean Cubitt, Professor of Film and Television, Co-Head of Department of Media and Communications * Goldsmiths, University of London
Mike Cushman, London School of Economics (LSE)
Professor Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University, USA
Nabil Dajani, Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Media Studies, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Dr. Gareth Dale Senior Lecturer in Politics & International Relations, Brunel University
E. C. Dalrymple-Alford, Emeritus Professor, University of Guelph, Canada
Sadegh Dalvandi, PhD Candidate, University of Southampton
Bucker Dangor, Imperial College, London
Dr. Giulia Daniele, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies and University of Exeter
Dr Shane Darcy, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
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Eric David, Professeur émérite de droit international, Président du Centre de droit international de l’ULB, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium
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Anna Davidson, School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford
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Dr. Laurence Davis, Lecturer, Dept. of Government, University College Cork, Ireland
Dr Andrew Dawson, Faculty of Architecture, Computing and Humanities, University of Greenwich
Professor Graham Dawson, Director, Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories, University of Brighton
Colin Dayan, Robert Penn Warren Professor in the Humanities, Vanderbilt University, USA
Dr. Hilla Dayan, Amsterdam University College, The Netherlands
Sonia Dayan-Herzbrun, Professeure émérite à l'Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7, France
Prof. Dr. Lieven De Cauter, Philosopher, University of Leuven, Belgium
Dr Chiara De Cesari, Assistant Professor in European Studies and Cultural Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Juana Celia Djelal, Senior Lecturer in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Humanities, Pennsylvania State University, USA
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Dr. Peter Fletcher, Keele University
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Tadhg Foley, Visiting Professor, Study of Religions Department, University College Cork, Ireland
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Dr. Naomi Foyle, University of Chichester
Anna Fox, University of Liverpool
Danny Fox, Anshen-Chomsky Professor in Language & Thought, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT, USA
Dr Neil Fox, Falmouth University
Richard W. Franke, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Montclair State University, USA
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Professor Murray Fraser, University College London
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Tami Gold, Professor, Hunter College, CUNY, USA
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