The Chomsky Archive: Access for All, Access Forever
The MIT Libraries is home to the definitive history of Noam Chomsky’s revolutionary thinking. Lecture notes, correspondence, rare and unpublished materials — enough boxes to stretch the length of a football field — tell the story of the father of modern linguistics and a powerful voice for social justice for more than 50 years.
Our mission is to preserve and provide unfettered access to this collection to scientists, students, activists, and citizens everywhere, in perpetuity. Whatever the future has in store, the Institute Archives will remain a trusted and open source of information about one of America’s foremost intellectuals. Join us as we share it with the world.
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