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Arundhati Roy, Noam Chomsky: Democracy's Endgame?

When: Friday, April 2, 2010, 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Where: MIT Campus • Bldg. 26, Room 26-100 • Cambridge

 

A Conversation with Arundhati Roy and Noam Chomsky
Moderator: Amy Goodman

Please join us for a conversation with Arundhati Roy, author of The God of Small Things and Field Notes on Democracy, and MIT professor of Linguistics and Philosophy Noam Chomsky, author of Hegemony or Survival and the forthcoming book, Hopes and Prospects, as they discuss the threats to democracy in the United States, India, and worldwide.

This event is free and open to the public.  HOWEVER it is a TICKETED event and tickets will be REQUIRED to attend. THERE WILL BE A TWO TICKET LIMIT per person.  For tickets, please contact cenglish@mit.edu.  10 days prior to the event, tickets will be mailed or can be picked up on the MIT campus (W11-011; 40 Massachusetts Avenue; MIT Religious Activities Center).  10 days prior to the event, you must pick up your ticket in Building W11, lower level.  Specific hours will be designated for pick up.  For more information, contact weinmann@mit.edu.

Sponsored by the Technology and Culture Forum at MIT.  Co-Sponsored with the MIT Program in Women's and Gender Studies

 

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