It's good that Peri attempts to provide a broad range of perspectives, but that often isn't the case.
Many of these programs are funded by Jewish philanthropists who defer to the departments to create the program and fill the chairs. Then they're surprised who's giving the course and what they're teaching. That happened at Columbia and even at Brandeis. (Most Middle East departments in the US are hostile to Israel.)
The U of Michigan has, for decades, run the Arab-Israeli Conflict course, which I helped teach long ago. When they recently brought in an Israeli to head the course, they brought in ... Neve Gordon from BGU.
Most Humanities and Social Science departments in Israeli universities are dominated by the left, so if they bring their perspectives to the US, they're doing the students (and Israel) no favors.