Noam Chomsky will come to Taiwan in August to deliver two lectures.
The first lecture — on Monday, August 9 — is “Contours of World Order: Continuities and Changes.” This will likely cover political and human rights concerns, not linguistics.
The second, “Poverty of Stimulus: The Unfinished Business,” held the following day at Q?nghuá Dàxué (Tsinghua University) in Xinzhu (Hsinchu), will focus on linguistics.
Online registration for the lectures starts on Thursday, July 15.
For more information, see Qinghua’s Web pages (in Mandarin) on this.
Hat tip to Dan for this.
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hat tip to this Dan or that Dan? He sent it to me. Djnanni should get to keep the hat!