Events

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  • Washington Ideas Forum 2014

    The Atlantic and the Aspen Institute once again hosted 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.

  • View from the Top

    The Atlantic's interview series traveled to the west coast for a conversation with Starbucks executive John Culver.

  • View from the Top

    The Atlantic's interview series traveled to the west coast for a conversation with not one, but two entertainment executives: Endemol North America Co-Chairmen and Co-CEOs Cris Abrego and Charlie Corwin.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on the state of healthcare after the Affordable Care Act.

  • Rise of the Rest: Fireside Chats

    In this series, The Atlantic will explore startup communities across America and the widespread impact local entrepreneurs can make.

  • An American Town Hall: Detroit

    The Atlantic traveled to Detroit to examine the political, economic, scientific, and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

  • Atlantic Exchange featuring David Rubenstein

    We continued our one-on-one discussion series with a conversation between The Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein and our very own James Fallows.

  • CityLab 2014

    CityLab once again brought 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.

  • An American Town Hall: Philadelphia

    The Atlantic traveled to Philadelphia to examine the political, economic, scientific, and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic hosted a roundtable discussion on the advancement of policy and research in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

  • Women of Washington

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

  • Technologies in Education 2014

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

  • An American Town Hall: New Orleans

    In advance of the 2014 midterm elections, The Atlantic is traveling around the country to examine the political, economic, scientific, and social imperatives for crafting future energy policy.

  • The Power of Two

    The Atlantic's July cover story author Joshua Wolf Shenk joined Alix Spiegel to consider the question of what it means to be creative—and how many people it takes.

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic gathered a group of leaders for a conversation on measuring and valuing sustainability across industries.  

  • Roundtable Dinner

    The Atlantic convened a group of leaders across industry, and academia, to discuss the way forward to a clean energy future.

  • Building The Future

    In the fourth event of the series, The Atlantic explored the new technologies, workforce skills and policies that are strengthening the resurgence of the manufacturing sector.

  • Women of Washington

    A series of interviews featuring eminent women leaders in Washington kicked off with a conversation with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

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