Dr. Ellen Cannon is a Professor of Political Science and Jewish Studies at Northeastern Illinois University. She is an expert on American Jewish politics as well as the growth and ideology of the BDS movement and the ideologies of terror organizations. She is the author of “Contemporary Jewish Politics and Historiography: The Case of the BDS Movement,” in Dean Phillip Bell (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Jewish History and Historiography (2019), and “The BDS and Anti-BDS Movements: Propaganda War vs. Interest Group Articulation,” in the Jewish Political Science Review (Fall 2019). Professor Cannon is a member of the Wexner Heritage Program and the Academic Engagement Network (AEN) as well as a board member of the American Jewish Committee.