Kindled Spirits – Bev Stohl on life with Chomsky

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Bev Stohl, the self-described ‘gatekeeper’ to Noam Chomsky at MIT, wrote a fascinating and highly personal insight into his daily life, for chomsky.info back in January. It’s a great read, (check it out here) and adds a whole other dimension to Chomsky the linguist, activist and public intellectual that many of us know.

You can also buy his latest book, On Western Terrorism: From Hiroshima to Drone Warfare (Pluto, 2013) from our website for just £8.05 including Free UK P&P, but hurry – the 40% discount ends at midnight tonight (GMT). Click here to activate the offer, and on the cover image for more info on the book.

 

One thought on “Kindled Spirits – Bev Stohl on life with Chomsky

  1. For some reason, I am just seeing this. Thank you for the thumbs up on my article, “Kindled Spirits,” published at Chomsky.info some time ago.

    FYI – It was actually a post from my blog, where I have published a number of articles, mostly about my work with Noam, in his office, at his home, and abroad. http://bevstohl.blogspot.com

    Again, many thanks!

    Best,
    Bev

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