Friday, February 17, 2006

David Horowitz’s “101 Most Dangerous Academics in America”

David Horowitz’s “101 Most Dangerous Academics in America”

Arcadia University
Warren Haffar

Ball State University
George Wolfe

Baylor University
Marc Ellis

Boston University
Howard Zinn

Brandeis University
Gordon Fellman
Dessima Williams

Brooklyn College
Priya Parmar
Timothy Shortell

Cal State University, Fresno
Sasan Fayazmanesh

California State University, Long Beach
Ron (Maulana) Karenga

City University of New York
Stanley Aronowitz
Bell Hooks
Leonard Jeffries
Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

Columbia University
Lisa Anderson
Gil Anidjar
Hamid Dabashi
Nicholas De Genova
Eric Foner
Todd Gitlin
Manning Marable
Joseph Massad
Victor Navasky

Cornell University
Matthew Evangelista

De Paul University
Norman Finkelstein
Aminah Beverly McCloud

Duke University
Miriam Cooke
Frederic Jameson

Earlham College
Caroline Higgins

Emory University
Kathleen Cleaver

Foothill College
Leighton Armitage

Georgetown University
David Cole
John Esposito
Yvonne Haddad
Mari Matsuda

Holy Cross University
Jerry Lembcke

Kent State University
Patrick Coy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Noam Chomsky

Metropolitan State College, Denver
Oneida Meranto

Montclair State University
Grover Furr

New York University
Derrick Bell

North Carolina University
Gregory Dawes

Northeastern University
M. Shahid Alam
Elizabeth M. Brumfiel
Bernardine Dohrn

Occidental College
Tom Hayden

Penn State University
Michael Berube
Sam Richards

Princeton University
Richard Falk

Purdue University
Harry Targ

Rochester Institute of Technology
Thomas Castellano

Rutgers University
H. Bruce Franklin
Michael Warner

Rutgers University, Stony Brook
Amiri Baraka

San Francisco State University
Anatole Anton

Saint Xavier University
Peter Kirstein

Stanford University
Joel Beinin
Paul Ehrlich

State University of New York, Binghamton
Ali al-Mazrui

State University of New York, Buffalo
James Holstun

State University of New York, Stony Brook
Michael Schwartz

Syracuse University
Greg Thomas

Temple University
Melissa Gilbert
Lewis Gordon

Texas A&M University
Joe Feagin

Truman State University
Marc Becker

University of California, Berkely
Hamid Algar
Hatem Bazian
Orville Schell

University of California, Irvine
Mark Le Vine

University of California, Los Angeles
Vinay Lal

University of California, Riverside
Armando Navarro

University of California, Santa Cruz
Bettina Aptheker
Angela Davis

University of Cincinnati
Marvin Berlowitz

University of Colorado, Boulder
Ward Churchill
Alison Jaggar
Emma Perez

University of Dayton
Mark Ensalaco

University of Denver
Dean Saitta

University of Hawaii, Manoa
Haunani-Kay Trask

University of Illinois, Chicago
Bill Ayers

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Robert McChesney

University of Kentucky
Ihsan Bagby

University of Michigan
Juan Cole

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Gayle Rubin

University of Northern Colorado
Robert Dunkley

University of Oregon, Eugene
John Bellamy Foster

University of Pennsylvania
Regina Austin
Mary Frances Berry
Michael Eric Dyson

University of Rhode Island
Michael Vocino

University of South Florida
Sami al-Arian

University of Southern California
Laurie Brand

University of Texas, Arlington
Jose Angel Gutierrez

University of Texas, Austin
Dana Cloud, Robert Jensen

University of Washington
David Barash

Villanova University
Rick Eckstein
Suzanne Toton

Western Washington University
Larry Estrada


At 11:45 AM, Blogger brownfemipower said...

haha, that just shows what BS this list is, there are three probably four prof's at the University of Michigan who are way more "dangerous" than either one of those prof's are simply because they advocate organizing and basebuilding, as opposed to writing papers and giving lectures. I'm sure that they'll be miffed at not being included.
what a loser.

At 8:23 PM, Blogger nubian said...

i am in the same department as robert mcchesney here at the u of i. we talked about his dangerous status--he laughed. not the laugh of a "dangerous" intellectual.

and at uc santa cruz, i took classes with both angela and bettina...i'm glad to see they are thought of as dangerous though. for all of the right reasons :-)

i hope to make that list one day. hah!

At 2:04 PM, Blogger Ktrion said...

Like many of you, I first saw this list in an email, and scanned it to see who I know. So yeah, I was excited to see Emma Perez with Bettina Aptheker and Angela Davis. And i thought of it as a righteous radical walk of stars.

But the email list also contains a preface which describes the list as being full of pedophiles and anti-Semites, which leaves me absolutely nauseous. The fact that I know this is RightSpeak for Homosexuals and those who support the Palestinians doesn't make it a bit more palatable.

BTW, Emma Perez notes that at one point in Horowitz's book she's called "Elizabeth Perez." I imagine this Freudian slip is a result of imagining a companion film to the book, in which Perez will be played by Elizabeth Peña.

Clearly Horowitz would like to be the Anti-Chomsky, although he doesn't make the grade.

Geez Nubian, where have I been that you haven't been!

At 2:32 PM, Blogger nubian said...

man, i didn't know about the preface ktrion.

now, i'd rather not make the list.

At 5:01 PM, Blogger brownfemipower said...

that is pretty scary because as radicals go, i think that my two prof's are a lot more radical than emma perez, but she identifies as lesbian doesn't she? So hmm. why would she be making a list, but the other two women, who identify as straight, don't? Esp when one of the women is staunchly staunchly pro-palestinian and has already come under a campus wide attack for her views? is queerness really more offensive to a zionist that an anti-zionist??? (brownfemipower shaking head)

At 8:12 AM, Blogger hysterical blackness said...

BTW, Emma Perez notes that at one point in Horowitz's book she's called "Elizabeth Perez." I imagine this Freudian slip is a result of imagining a companion film to the book, in which Perez will be played by Elizabeth Peña.

That's funny Ktrion.


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