Twentieth Anniversary Supplement in Der Tagesspiegel
The American Academy's twentieth-anniversary supplement in Der Tagesspiegel, published on October 1, 2014, featuring articles, speech excerpts, and stories from Anne Applebaum, Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Eugendies, Jonathan Safran Foer, Jonathan Franzen, Richard C. Holbrooke, Josef Joffe, Nicole Krauss, Angela Merkel, Gary Smith, Paul Volcker, and many more. Plus a photocollage of scenes from the Academy from the last two decades.
The 2013 Tagesspiegel Supplement
The fall 2013 American Academy Tagesspiegel supplement features a range of articles by fellows and guests of the 2013 - 2014 class and friends of the Academy. This issue includes Andrew Nathan on the future of China, Tara Zhara on the pre-Iron Curtain, a poem by Susan Stewart, and a short story by Ben Marcus, among other works by Academy fellows and visitors.
Fall 2012 Tagesspiegel Supplement
The fall 2012 American Academy Tagesspiegel supplement features a range of articles by fellows and guests of the 2012 - 2013 class and friends of the Academy. Featured are articles by Academy trustees John Kornblum on the future of US foreign policy and Josef Joffe reflecting on the American Academy, fall fellows David Bollier and Jonathan Laurance, and spring fellow Ronald Suny, among others.
The 2011 Henry A. Kissinger Prize
The 2011 Henry A. Kissinger Prize was awarded to Chancellor Dr. Helmut Kohl on Monday, May 16, for his extraordinary role in German reunification. The Kissinger Prize recognizes Dr. Kohl's masterly navigation of the Cold War's end, NATO's revised role, and his far-reaching vision for a unified and secure Europe. This special brochure contains Dr. Kohl's accpetance speech in German and English, as well as excerpts from speeches delivered by former US President Bill Clinton, World Bank president Robert Zoellick, and a selection of photographs.
Fall 2011 Tagesspiegel Supplement
The fall 2011 American Academy supplement to the Tagesspiegel features a range of articles by fellows of the 2011-2012 class, including pieces by Adam Haslett, Inga Markovits, Michael Geyer and Charles Bright, James Der Derian, and introductions to the work of artists Paul Pfeiffer and Leslie Hewitt. The supplement also features an overview of the year's fellows' and distinguished vistiors' individual projects, a listing of the public program, and an opening statement by executive director Gary Smith.
The supplement's articles are also available online in German and English on the website of Tagesspiegel.