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Noam Chomsky: Contours of World Order

Peking University, Sept. 1, 2010: At the invitation of Peking University, Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned linguist, philosopher, and professor at MIT, visited Peking University on Aug. 13. He was conferred an honorary doctorate degree of Peking University and then gave a speech titled "Contours of World Order" at PKU Hall.



The visit and public lecture of Prof. Chomsky is sponsored by Peking University, and co-sponsored by Beijing Forum among other institutes. This is another major academic activity that Beijing Forum co-organizes following the academic dialogue between Homi Bhabha and Tu Weiming on May 20.


Below is a link to the full text of Noam Chomsky's public lecture at PKU:




Extended Reading:

Chomsky Receives PKU Honorary Doctorate, His Lecture Depicts World Order                               

Prof. Homi Bhabha Speaks on Humanities in Global Transition at PKU                                

Displaying Modernity: Dialogue Between Homi Bhabha and Tu Weiming




Edited by: Jacques

Source: Beijing Forum