Author: Dan A. Segal

Daniel A. Segal is the Jean M. Pitzer Professor of Anthropology and Professor of History at Pitzer College of the Claremont Colleges. He is the acting president of the Claremont Colleges AAUP chapter and a member of the executive board of California Scholars for Academic Freedom. A past fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and a past secretary of the American Anthropological Association, he has published widely about kinship in Jane Austen, racial discourse and practices in Trinidad, the history of history and several social science disciplines, Jane Goodall in Gombe, and world history. He is proud to serve on the coordinating committee of Jewish Voice for Peace-Los Angeles and the organizing collective of US Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI).

A Response to ‘When Academic Freedom Proves a One-Way Street’
International Debate
November 23, 2021

A Response to ‘When Academic Freedom Proves a One-Way Street’

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