Defamatory Attacks

Freedom makes a huge requirement of every human being. With freedom comes responsibility. For the person who is unwilling to grow up, the person who does not want to carry his own weight, this is a frightening prospect.
–Eleanor Roosevelt

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In the past decade or so, Associate Professor of Political Science, Maurice Moshe Eisenstein, has used the local media (The Times and Post-Tribune) and recently the Internet (Blog and Facebook) to viciously attack Professor Yahya R. Kamalipour by concocting outrageous and highly defamatory allegations and accusations. It should be noted that Kamalipour, during his nearly 30 years of tenure at Purdue Calumet, has NEVER talked with the attacker!

A Google search of “Maurice Eisenstein” will reveal his unprofessional, uncivil, discriminatory, and chaotic behavior–in the past decade or so–at Purdue University Calumet. He and his mysterious network and silent supporters have been successful in suffocating the campus climate, intimidating faculty and students, poisoning relationships, and trampling on Freedom of Expression and Academic Freedom.

Most recently, Eisenstein filed a lawsuit against six of his Purdue Calumet colleagues, including Jewish faculty members and Professor Saul Lerner who hired him!

The following links are just a few examples of the chaotic and unfortunate campus climate created by Eisenstein:

1. Professor Eisenstein’s Blog Posting: Kamalipour Made Pro-American By Leftist Faculty At Senate Meeting

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2. Professor Eisenstein attacks Professor Kamalipour on his blog, accusing him of being “Anti-American” and “Terrorists”: The Blog Posting2013

Blog Posting_June2013

3. Professor Eisenstein posts accusations about Professor Kamalipour on his Facebook page:

Eisenstein_Facebook_Aug 28, 2013

4. Professor Eisenstein accuses Professor Kamalipour of being a “Jew Hater” and “Anti-American”: Eisenstein Attacks Professor Kamalipour Again1 (original posting)

5. Professor Eisenstein slams the Purdue Calumet Faculty Senate’s resolution: Eisenstein Accuses Kamalipour Again2 (revised posting)

6. Professor Eisenstein files a lawsuit against the Purdue Board of Trustees and Purdue Calumet Chancellor.

7. Professor Eisenstein to be “reprimanded” for unprofessional comments.

8. For nearly a month, students protested on the Campus of Purdue Calumet against Professor Eisenstein.

9. Purdue Calumet students file a petition, demanding the University administration to fire Professor Eisenstein (endorsed by 1022 students).

10. Professor Eisenstein informs, educates, and enlightens his students about race, discrimination, Jews, Arabs, and Muslims in his political science class.

11. Professor Eisenstein continues to cause chaos on the campus.

12. Controversy over Purdue University Calumet professor’s comments continues.

13. Professor Eisenstein continues to enlighten his students about the Arabs and Muslims in his political science class.

And much more….

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About NoBullying

Dr. Yahya R. Kamalipour is professor and chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at the North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro. Prior to his current position, he was professor and department head at Purdue University Calumet (1986-2014). His areas of interest and research include globalization, media impact, international communication, Middle East media, and new communication technologies. Having visited over 50 countries, he has delivered invited speeches in every continent, been interviewed by numerous global media, and published 12 books, including Global Communication and most recently, Media, Power, and Politics in the Digital Age: The 2009 Presidential Election Uprising in Iran. In addition to serving on the advisory and editorial boards of a number of prominent communication journals and professional organizations, Kamalipour is the founder and managing editor of Global Media Journal, and founder and president of the Global Communication Association. He earned his Ph.D. in Communication at the University of Missouri-Columbia; MA in Mass Media from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and BA in Mass Communication from the Minnesota State University. For additional information, visit www.kamalipour.com.
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One Response to Defamatory Attacks

  1. The actions of Professor Eisenstein are all to familiar… and unfortunate. It seems we have come to a place in academia where Scholars, Administrators and Educators are increasingly replaced by Pimps, Whores and Thieves. My experiences at the University of Denver, where I was relentlessly bullied by Professor Anna Sher Simon PhD speak volumes to this issue. If you want to learn more about the physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual injuries inflicted upon me by Anna Sher Simon and Denver University, then please visit my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/david.sabajstahl to learn more of these unlawful and life-threatening behaviors.

    To be blunt, Anna Sher Simon PhD egregiously plagiarized my published and copyrighted works; she defamed & libeled me; she reneged on agreements that provided me data for scholarly and publishing purposes; she inflicted grave and permanent physical injury on my person; she undermined my graduate career; and on two occasions very nearly killed me. Yet, Anna Sher Simon PhD continues to work at Denver University and continues to have authority over innocent and vulnerable students.

    Is it not time that the system changes, and the vicious and dangerous academic bullies are escorted to the unemployment line???

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