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  • An American Town Hall: New Orleans

    With the 2014 midterm elections fast approaching, The Atlantic will travel around the country to examine the political, economic, scientific. and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

  • Technologies in Education 2014

    For the fourth year in a row, The Atlantic will examine the new policies and tools that are revolutionizing the way our students learn and our teachers teach, from educational video gaming to big data to online learning.

  • Women of Washington

    The Atlantic's series of interviews with eminent women leaders in Washington continues—this time featuring a conversation with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

  • CityLab 2014

    CityLab will bring together global city leaders—mayors and government officials, urban theorists, scholars, artists, and other key voices—to engage in a series of conversations about urban ideas and innovations that are shaping metro centers around the world.

  • Washington Ideas Forum 2014

    The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute will once again host the premier gathering of U.S. policymakers, industry innovators, business leaders, and top media personalities for a two-day, multi-session event in the heart of D.C.

  • Navigate

    ​In December 2014, The Atlantic will debut Navigate: The Atlantic Tech Conference 2014, which will bring together a group of innovators and influencers to examine ​the ​transformative power of technology​​.​

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