Noam CHOMSKY in Montréal

Saturday, October 26, 2013 - 19:30 - 21:00
The author and activist of world renown, Noam Chomsky will speak in Montréal for one evening only on October 26th (Université de Montréal, salle Claude Champagne) as part of a benefit for the magazine Canadian Dimension, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. A linguist and analyst of American foreign policy, Chomsky has long defended the cause of independant media worldwide, by arguing that mass media systematically reflects the interests and worldview of the élite. Chomsky is a professor of Linguistics at the Emeritus Institute of the Philosophy Department at MIT. Author of more than 100 books, including a recent volume of interviews with David Barsamian, Power Systems. Now entering his 86th year, Chomsky continues to give conferences, publish his work and promote resistance to the Neoliberal order.
He will be presented by Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and Éric Pineault will moderate the question period.

In collaboration with Lux éditeur, who pulish French translations of Chomsky's works, qui a publié des traductions françaises d'oeuvres de Chomsky, the Media Coop, a national network of cooperative media, and Alternatives.
Regular tickets: 45$Tickets for those with limited income: 30$   (Note: This tickets are limited in availability. Contact or call the Canadian Dimension office at 1.800.737.7051. ** Limit of six tickets per order **
Salle Claude Champagne - Université de Montréal, 200 Vincent-D'Indy, Outremont
Doors open at 19:00

Simultaneous interpretation will be available.