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Published on Nov 28, 2014
Melvyn Bragg hosts the first of the British Academy's Global Perspectives series of events - Professor Noam Chomsky looking back over his life and work.
Professor Noam Chomsky’s work over the past 60 years has profoundly changed the way we think about language. In this event he talks about his reflections on a lifetime of linguistics research and as one of the leading thinkers of our time.
About the speaker: Noam Chomsky, linguist, philosopher and political activist, is Emeritus Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT. He was elected to the Fellowship of the British Academy in 1974.
Professor Chomsky’s visit to the UK is being generously supported by the S T Lee fund as part of our Global Perspectives series.
The event was held at The Royal Society in London on November 26 2014.