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2003-04-23

Columbia University Professor Edward Said: History, Colonialism and How the U.S. Is Changing the Map of the Middle East

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Last week Columbia University professor Edward Said spoke at a 25th anniversary commemoration of his 1978 classic work "Orientalism." Today we listen to a short excerpt of Said on colonialism and how the U.S. is changing the map of the Middle East.

  • Edward Said, addresses Columbia University on April 16,2003 Said is a University Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. He is the author of many works, including ??Culture and Imperialism and ??Orientalism.

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