The Winter 2018 Program
The Winter 2018 Program
The winter 2018 program, featuring lectures, artist talks, and discussions on topics of transatlantic importance by Academy fellows and Distinguished Visitors of the spring 2018 class.
The 2017 Gala At The Met
The 2017 Gala at The Met
On November 28, the American Academy in Berlin held a fundraising gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City to support its work in forging transatlantic relationships in the arts, humanities, and public policy.
The Holbrooke Forum In Estonia
The Holbrooke Forum in Estonia
From November 5-7, 2017, in cooperation with the Tallinn-based International Centre for Security and Defence (ICDS), the Richard C. Holbrooke Forum held a seminar in Tallinn, Estonia, as part of its Digital Diplomacy Project.

We must fight for transatlantic institutions like the American Academy in Berlin, which forges and preserves the bonds that help keep the free world vibrant, safe, and decent. – Roger Cohen, New York Times columnist and American Academy alumnus

I found my time at the American Academy to be an enormously rich intellectual experience. – Thomas Friedman

The American Academy in Berlin, located directly on Lake Wannsee, resides in one of the most beautiful properties in Berlin and organizes some of the most interesting events in the German capital. – Cicero Magazine

The American Academy in Berlin is the world’s most important center for American intellectual life outside the United States.  Der Spiegel

Transatlantic partnership at a high intellectual level, in the style of mutual respect.
— Süddeutsche Zeitung​

Given the temper of our times, the Academy’s role is more important in 2017 than even my husband might have imagined in 1994. — Kati Marton, Author and Journalist

It is difficult to imagine a more inspirational, daring, and rewarding place to engage the mind than the salon on the Wannsee. — The Washington Post

A convivial setting for interaction with colleagues in different disciplines who draw one another out in ways that cannot be foreseen. — Hal Foster, Princeton University

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