Monthly Archives: April 2016

Diyarbakir: The City of Resistance, the City that Refuses to Die

  There is nothing more representative of civilization than cities. Cities have complex lives, and when a city dies, a whole system of spatial aesthetics, an entire social world, and the habitat of infinite interwoven memories whither away. This is … Continue reading

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The Flawed Logic of the Academic Boycott of Israel

The campaigns for boycotting Israeli academic institutions are meant to protest Israeli politics; however, the advocates of the boycott have failed to answer this simple question: why only Israel? Of all universities in the world, why is it that Israeli … Continue reading

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