Noam Chomsky with Tariq Ali, 26 January 2005 – Audio

Recorded at the Lensic Theater in Santa Fe, New Mexico, January 26th, 2005.

Noam Chomsky, always controversial, is internationally recognized for his writing, lecturing, and teaching on linguistics, philosophy, intellectual history, international affairs, and U.S. foreign policy. He is joined in this program with Pakistani-born writer and political observer, Tariq Ali.

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2 thoughts on “Noam Chomsky with Tariq Ali, 26 January 2005 – Audio

  1. Nilo Ferreira da Rocha

    Hello fellows from the Lannan Fpundation.

    Congratulation for the talk with Noam Chomsky, one of the major linguists of our era–the greatest living scholar in the field. For sure, all the language lovers, students & teachers of Letters will enjoy this podcast.

    And congrats for all the rest of your audio website!

    Nilo, teacher of English, Fortaleza, Brazil.

  2. jo

    Dear Nilo,

    Many thanks for your kind words and many apologies for taking so long to thank you. I hope you signed up for automatic downloads of our podcasts. We have a stellar season of new programming coming up, starting in September with Isabel Allende and going through June 2009 to Eduardo Galeano. Our full schedule of events will be up on our website any day now.

    all best,

    Jo Chapman
    Lannan Foundation

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