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An Analytic Approach to Campus Pro-Israeli Activism. Case Study: Johns Hopkins University

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Publication Date: January 2004

Publisher(s): Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Author(s): Yonit Golub

Series: Jewish Political Studies Review, 16:3-4

Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive

Topic: Education (Colleges and universities)
Politics (Political ideologies and movements)

Keywords: Media; Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Higher Education; Israel advocacy

Type: Report

Coverage: Maryland


The author examines strategies and methods used by both pro-Israel and anti-Israel activists on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in order to analyze the broader situation of debate about Israel on American college campuses. Anti-Israel activism stands on three legs, the author contends: strategic relationships, professors, and the media. The author argues that pro-Israel activists must work on all three of these fronts as well if they are to succeed.