Noam Chomsky is an MIT linguistics professor and political activist known for his criticisms of U.S. foreign policy. Through the dozens of books he has authored over the last 50 years, Chomsky has contributed many significant theories in the field of linguistics, as well as numerous critiques of America's political and military involvement from the Vietnam War up to the current conflict in Iraq. Along with his books, he is also a frequent speaker at universities and on media broadcasts throughout the world. Many of his speaking engagements have been recorded on audio and video. LearnOutLoud.com is proud to present this comprehensive resource of Chomsky's audio books, speeches, lectures, and interviews.
Chomsky's three most recent audio books are Hegemony or Survival which explores the U.S.'s "imperial grand strategy", Imperial Ambitions with over 5 hours of interviews conducted by journalist David Barsamian since 9/11, and his latest book Failed States that points to America as a "failed state".
Also featured here are dozens of free audio & video programs delivered by Noam Chomsky, including numerous lectures offered by MIT World and the WGBH Forum Network in Boston. Most of Chomsky's free lectures are available on streaming audio & video. Some of his lectures are available for sale on CD or digital download through iTunes. For the most complete listing of Chomsky's audio & video visit Chomsky.info Audio N' Video.