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Thursday, January 26, 2012

ARHU Dean's Lecture Series 2011-2012: Noam Chomsky

Description:
We shouldn't be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas. Come hear talks on two of the world-renowned linguist, philosopher, and social critic's great passions: language (Thursday) and politics (Friday). Chomsky, a professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has written prolifically, taught courses, and lectured widely throughout the world. His ground-breaking research into the nature of human language and communication has had an impact on everything from the way children are taught foreign languages to what it means when we say that we are human." In his first lecture, "Grammar, Mind and Body: A Personal View", Dr. Chomsky will share his ideas about language and cognitive science. Lecture followed by audience Q&A. ASL interpreter services will be provided. FREE and OPEN to the public {Will appear in FYI on Jan 25, 2012
Start Time:
4:30 PM
End Time:
6:00 PM
Room:
Colony Ballroom
Common Location Name:
Stamp Student Union
Web Address:
http://www.arhu.umd.edu/events/deans-lecture-series-noam-chomsky-grammar-mind-and-body-personal-view
Other Contact Information:
Ethan Watermeier ARHU, Office of the Dean +1 301 405 2090 ethanw@umd.edu arhu.umd.edu


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