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  • Health Care

    Cancer and the Community

    The Atlantic will explore challenges such as Nevada's shortage of doctors and specialists and learn what can be done from researchers, experts, stakeholders, survivors and patients living with cancer.

  • Politics

    Defining Justice:
    The Experience of Women and Children Behind Bars

    As Oklahoma grapples with an emerging political consensus around criminal justice reform, The Atlantic will seek to understand the experiences of women affected by the state’s justice system.

  • Washington Ideas

    For its ninth year, the Washington Ideas Forum will convene the nation's leaders, from politics and government to business and culture for two days of idea sharing and thought provoking conversation.

  • Technology

    Cracking the Code: The Next Generation of Women in STEM

    In this Atlantic summit, we will bring together the leading educators, thought leaders, students and creators re-thinking from the ground up what it means to raise and become a woman in STEM.

  • Health Care

    At What Cost?
    An Atlantic Forum on Prescription Drugs

    The Atlantic will convene top health policy thinkers and practitioners to explore how to foster drug innovation while controlling cost with new approaches like value-based programs on the horizon.

  • Culture

    We Were Eight Years in Power:
    An American Tragedy
    A Series of Conversations with
    The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates

    The Atlantic is co-presenting three events this fall with Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg and National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates to discuss his new book.

  • Other

    The New Old Age

    The Atlantic's New Old Age forum will convene top experts on aging, ageism, and media for a frank discussion of age discrimination and why it matters now more than ever.

  • Economy/Business

    The Future of Work

    The Atlantic will convene experts and hear from current workers to explore the underlying factors shaping our understanding of work and how that will affect the future.

  • Technology

    The Cyber Frontier

    The Atlantic will bring together leading stakeholders across industries including technology, higher education, health care and government to examine the defense of the future.

  • Culture

    Race + Justice: Charlotte

    Taking into account the political, historical and demographic currents that shape the story of race in America—and in Charlotte—The Atlantic will pose the question: What would “liberty and justice for all” actually look like in Charlotte?

  • CityLab

    The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene mayors and city practitioners from across the world for conversations on the future of cities.

  • Energy/Sustainability

    Water Summit

    At the Water Summit, The Atlantic will gather the leading voices in water, from environmentalists and policymakers to farmers, industry and community leaders, to forge a dialogue around the critical water issues of our time.

  • Health Care

    Children and Cancer:
    An Atlantic Forum

    The Atlantic broke down the latest in immunotherapy and how it is being used to help young patients survive and thrive. And moving beyond anecdotal evidence, we examined how big data can be used to track how pediatric cancers impact aspects of health for survivors down the road.

  • Technology

    Franklin Foer In Conversation
    with Hanna Rosin

    Franklin Foer will join Hanna Rosin for a conversation about his new book World Without Mind and how consolidation of knowledge and information has changed how we contemplate the world.

  • CityLab Baltimore

    CityLab Baltimore convened top urban stakeholders from around the country to discuss some of the most pressing issues US cities face.

  • Health Care

    Innovation Pipeline: Examining Modern Medicine

    In the third event of the “Examining Modern Medicine” series, The Atlantic gathered stakeholders, original thinkers and tinkerers from the nation’s innovation capital to explore what it means to put the bio into biotech.

  • Aspen Ideas Festival 2017

    The Aspen Ideas Festival is the nation's premier public gathering place for leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines to present and discuss the ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times.

  • Other

    Roundtables 2nd Quarter

    The Atlantic hosted a series of conversations over meals on a variety of topics.

  • Other

    Aspen Ideas Festival 2017 Roundtables

    The Atlantic hosted a series of conversations over meals on a variety of topics.

  • Health Care

    Aspen Ideas Festival Spotlight Health 2017

    Spotlight Health features some of the world’s leading doers and thinkers discussing the biggest issues involving health and medicine.

  • Politics

    The Rise of Populism and Nationalism

    The Atlantic’s Graeme Wood, Rosie Gray and Jeffrey Goldberg will discuss the future of nationalism in the era of Trump and what it means for our country, our allies and our democracy going forward.