Monday, February 5, 2007  4:00pm The Teatro of the Italian Academy, 1161 Amsterdam Avenue


Free and open to the public

First come, first seated


Italian Academy

Columbia University Department of Philosophy

Noam Chomsky has been described in The New York Times Book Review as "arguably the most important intellectual alive."

"The Mysteries of Nature: How Deeply Hidden?"
Also on Monday, 5 February 2007 4pm, the Teatro of the Italian Academy,
Noam Chomsky will speak about linguistics in a lecture titled, "The Mysteries of Nature: How Deeply Hidden?"
Admission to this event is free and open to the general public on a first come first served basis. Seating is, however, extremely limited. There are no tickets for this lecture.The Italian Academy is located at 1161 Amsterdam Avenue

Noam Chomsky/ Harold Pinter
Monday, 5 February, 2007 6:15pm, Miller Theater
Professor Chomsky will comment on and respond to Harold Pinter's 2005 Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, in which Pinter excoriated the United States as being 'brutal, scornful and ruthless.' Professor Chomsky's lecture will be preceeded by a screening of Pinter's speech. Professor Chomsky will take questions from the audience on US foreign policy following the screening.


  • Featured Speaker

    Noam Chomsky

    Institute Professor of Linguistics

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Harold Pinter

    Nobel Prize-winning British playwright


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