Chomsky moves to Arizona

For those who don’t know, Editorial Board member Noam Chomsky has moved from MIT to the University of Arizona, and joined the Department of Linguistics as a laureate professor. He will also hold the title of Agnese Nelms Haury Chair in the Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice. 

Noam has been on JCA’s Editorial Board since Issue 2 in 1970. Our 2007 interview with Noam is available as a PDF for download.

Having Noam associated with the journal for such a long period has been a great honour.

We hope that, freed from having to shovel snow, Noam will continue to be one of the world’s most influential scholars and an intellectual leader.

We wish him wonderful health and look forward to his books, articles and interviews.

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