See the new resources page on this website, which includes many of the documents posted by Anthropologists for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions. The main arguments for anthropologists to endorse the academic boycott of Israel also apply to scholars in other social science and humanities disciplines.
Especially useful among the anthropology resources is the Report to the Executive Board drafted by The Task Force on AAA Engagement on Israel-Palestine (October 1, 2015). Task Force Members: Ramona Perez (Executive Board Liaison), Niko Besnier, Patrick Clarkin, Hugh Gusterson, John L. Jackson, Katherine Spielmann, Ed Liebow (AAA Staff Coordinator), and Katie Vizenor (AAA Staff Liaison).
A summary of the Task Force report and a link to the full text can be found here.
Anthropologists for the Boycott issued a statement on the Task Force Report: “A Case for Action: The AAA Task Force Report on Engagement with Israel/Palestine.”
For an analysis of the report, see Lori Allen & Ajantha Subramanian, “Engaged Anthropology: The AAA’s Task Force Report on Israel/Palestine.”
Anthropologists for the Boycott submitted “The Relevance of Anthropology for the Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions” to the AAA Task Force on Israel/Palestine.