More US universities are leaving the American Studies Association, after the education body decided to boycott Israeli schools.

Kenyon College and Indiana University joined Brandeis University and Penn State Harrisburg in walking away from the ASA, which made headlines last month for its decision to cease relationships with all universities located in Israel.

A handful of other American schools have likewise condemned the ASA’s move, including Harvard, Yale, Princeton and NYU.

Also last year, the Association for Asian American Studies announced its own Israel boycott, and the Native American Studies Association called on members to similarly boycott Israeli universities.

The Modern Language Association will discuss its own boycott this month.