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August 10, 1979 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Dispute Settled, Israeli Is
Hired at M.E. Studies Unit

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
dispute at the University of
Texas in Austin between
the school's history depart-
ment and its Center for
Middle Eastern Studies
over the appointment of an
Israeli-born historian has
been settled with the Israeli
joining the university's fa-
culty for the 1980 spring
term, the American Jewish
Committee reported.
Sheba Mittelman, a
member of the AJCommit-
tee's special programs de-
partment, said that Ab-
raham Marcus, a 31-year-
old Tel Aviv University
graduate now completing
work on_a doctorate at
Columbia University, will
join the university's history
faculty and will be listed in
the catalogue of the Mideast
Center.
She said that Marcus,
whose field is modern Arab
history, is satisfied with the
outcome and will go to Au-
stin in January.
The dispute began
when the history de-
partment, which was
asked by the center to
find a historian to be
jointly appointed by the
department and the cen-
ter, recommended Mar-
cus.
The center, which is par-
tially funded by Arab gov-
ernments, said Marcus was
not qualified, a claim that
was disputed by the history
department. The depart-
ment said Marcus was a
qualified scholar of great
promise.

Marcus never partici-
pated in the public dispute
about the appointment
which broke out last. May.
Meanwhile, the Aspen
Institute for Humanistic
Studies, which invites aca-
demicians, government
leaders and business mag-
nates to seminars on public
affairs, has rejected the re-
mainder of its annual grant
for this year from the
East-West Foundation,
charging that the founda-
tion has tried to inject anti-
Israel bias into the funding
of the Aspen's Middle East
studies program.
The East-West Founda-
tion was established by
the Fluor Corp. of Irvine,
Calif.
The firm, a construction
and engineering consor-
tium, has contracts with
Saudi Arabia said to run
into the billions of dollars.

Sailors to Go
With Sadat to
Haifa Summit

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Hundreds of Egyptian navy
personnel will visit Haifa
during Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's summit
meetings with Menahem
Begin in early September.
Two Egyptian destroyers
will escort the Presidential
yacht to the Haifa harbor.
Sadat will meet for two
working sessions with Be-
gin, and will visit Kibutz
Ramat Yohanan and an
electronics plant.

The foundation's annual
grant of $600,000 accounts
for about 80 percent of the
Aspen Isntitute's financing
for its Mideast program.
Last month the institute's
board of trustees, headed by
Robert Anderson, chairman
of the Atlantic Richfield
Co., adopted a resolution
declaring the independence
of its academic programs
and sent a copy to John
Fluor, chairman of the
Fluor Corp., who is also the
board chairman of the
East-West Foundation. Ac-
cording to Aspen officials,
Fluor refused to accept it.
"Nobody is going to dic-
tate to Aspen who shall
come and where we have
our meetings," Stephen
Strickland, Aspen's vice
president, said at that time.
According to Aspen of-
ficials, the foundation
had threatened to cancel
its grant unless Aspen
withdrew an invitation to
Israelis to participate in a
seminar about the Arab
world. Menahem Milson,
a professor of Arab liter-
ature at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, had
been invited to partici-
pate in a seminar on "The
Arab World In Transi-
tion" being conducted by
the institute's Middle
East Center.
The Aspen Institute can-
celled its invitation after
being informed by the State
Department that Milson, a
reserve officer in the Israeli
army, had served as an aide
to the military governor of
occupied territories in 1977.
The East-West Founda-
tion, headquartered in
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group. In cancelling its
grant, the foundation
charged that Aspen was
politicizing what was billed
as a cultural, economic and
historical program.

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