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College of Arts and Humanities Dean's Lecture Series: Noam Chomsky - Friday, January 27th, 2012

College of Arts and Humanities Dean's Lecture Series presents:

Noam Chomsky

Friday, January 27, 2012 7:00 pm - Gildenhorn Recital Hall

"We shouldn't be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas," says author and social critic Noam Chomsky.

Arguably the most influential intellectual alive today, Chomsky will share his ideas about politics, one of his greatest passions, on Friday in the Gildenhorn Recital Hall as part of the

College of Arts and Humanities Dean's Lecture Series. (On Thursday, January 26 at 4:30PM, he will discuss language in the Colony Ballroom, Stamp Student Union.)

A professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chomsky has done ground-breaking research into the nature of human language and communication and has earned a place in history as an activist, social critic, and unrelenting and compelling voice in the debate over American politics.

Learn more about Noam Chomsky through films, recordings, and writings by and about Chomsky held in the University of Maryland Libraries: