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Professor Chomsky was interviewed by Laureano Ralon and Axel Eljatib on December 17th, 2010 as part of the Figure/Ground Communication scholarly interview series: http://www.figureground.ca/interviewsNoam Chomsky is an internationally renowned scholar, author, and activist. He has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...
Professor Chomsky was interviewed by Laureano Ralon and Axel Eljatib on December 17th, 2010 as part of the Figure/Ground Communication scholarly interview series: http://www.figureground.ca/interviews
Noam Chomsky is an internationally renowned scholar, author, and activist. He has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1955, where he developed a theory of transformational grammar that revolutionized the scientific study of language. He is a prolific author whose principal linguistic works after Syntactic Structures include Current Issues in Linguistic Theory (1964), The Sound Pattern of English (with Morris Halle, 1968), Language and Mind (1972), Studies on Semantics in Generative Grammar (1972), and Knowledge of Language (1986). In addition, he has wide-ranging political interests. He was an early and outspoken critic of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War and has written extensively on many political issues from a generally left-wing point of view. Among his political writings are American Power and the New Mandarins (1969), Peace in the Middle East? (1974), Some Concepts and Consequences of the Theory of Government and Binding (1982), Manufacturing Consent (with E. S. Herman, 1988), Profit over People (1998), and Rogue States (2000). Chomsky’s controversial bestseller 9-11 (2002) is an analysis of the World Trade Center attack that, while denouncing the atrocity of the event, traces its origins to the actions and power of the United States, which he calls “a leading terrorist state.” In this exclusive interview with Figure/Ground Communications, Professor Chomsky answers questions about US-Latin America relations, the value of citizenship, regulation and social media.