Noam Chomsky: Emerging World Order and the Arab Spring + Q&A

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Oct 23, 2012 by

Noam Chomsky, philosopher, political analyst and professor emeritus of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, delivered a lecture at AUC titled “Emerging World Order and the Arab Spring.” The lecture was held on Tuesday, October 23 at Ewart Memorial Hall, AUC Tahrir Square.

Chomsky is widely regarded as the founder of modern linguistics and is the author of more than 100 books on topics ranging from linguistics to political science and journalism. In 2005, he was voted as the leading public intellectual by the British Prospect magazine, and the Chicago Tribune described him as the most quoted author alive today.

Noam Chomsky | Emerging World Order and the Arab Spring


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4 responses to “Noam Chomsky: Emerging World Order and the Arab Spring + Q&A

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  3. Chomsky is a gem! Thanks for sharing.

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