The Repression at Belgrade University
Publisher: New York Review of Books, New York, USA
Year Published: 1974
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX8901
During the 1960s, the philosophy and sociology departments of the Belgrade University in former Yugoslavia began discussing general social issues such as the meaning of technology, of freedom and democracy, of social progress, and of the role of culture in building a socialist society. In response, authorities tried to repress these discussions. Chomsky presents the background, developments, and situation of the conflict.