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On May 16, the Task Force on Antisemitism published an op-ed in the Spectator addressing results from listening sessions held over the past academic year. In response, Columbia professor and producer James Schamus published an op-ed in Mondoweiss, condemning the Task Force. 

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On Wednesday night, professor and Hollywood producer James Schamus (of Brokeback Mountain) moderated a discussion with Israeli filmmaker Udi Aloni, journalism professor Alisa Solomon and Slovenian philosopher/muckraker/hand gesticulation champion Slavoj Žižek, that nominally took on Israeli and Palestine conflicts and the nature of binationalism in Jewish culture, as part of the Heyman Center’s Theory-Art-Action series. Bwog’s own Michael Blair reports. […]

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