On February 23, Noam Chomsky, the great American linguist, cognitive scientist, and philosopher came to Harvard Hall 202 to give a talk on his work in linguistics. It was packed, and many people weren’t able to get a listen. Good news: Megumi, one of the many non-undergraduates at this lecture, was able to record the lecture, and we provide this recording below for those who had to miss the lecture for space reasons or just want to hear it again! Thanks to Megumi and thanks to Dr. Chomsky who gave us a fascinating lecture on his work.
Chomsky Feb 23 Talk

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