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The American Academy in Berlin is committed to enhancing the long-term intellectual, cultural, and political ties between Germany and the United States through education, scholarship, and public programming. As a privately funded and independent nonprofit organization, the Academy relies on donor support to sustain its annual fellowship program, visiting artists, lecture series, and much more. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift today. Thank you for your support.

“This house has become a central location for open discussion.”
– Chancellor Angela Merkel

“The American Academy in Berlin is a jewel of transatlantic exchange.”
– President Frank-Walter Steinmeier

“Possibly one of the coolest forums in the country.”
– Paul Ingendaay, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

“The American Academy in Berlin 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​

“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

“One ends an evening at the American Academy feeling the variety and depth of current intellectual life.”
– Helen Vendler, Harvard University

“There is no better opportunity to work and understand, anywhere.”
– Lawrence Lessig, Harvard University

“The American Academy has contributed more to a vibrant transatlantic relationship than any other institution in Germany.”
– Amb. Wolfgang Ischinger

“I could not imagine a better place to establish and strengthen transatlantic friendship and intellectual ties.”
– Mathias Döpfner, CEO Axel Springer

“The American Academy provides an enormously rich intellectual experience; it is a vital and vibrant link between the American and German peoples.”
-Thomas L. Friedman

Contact the Development Department

Emily Carey

Vice President of Development (USA)

E-mail: ec@americanacademy.de
Phone: +1-212-588 1745

Berit Ebert

Vice President of Programs (Germany/Europe)

E-Mail: be@americanacademy.de
Phone: +49 (30) 804 83 108

The American Academy in Berlin’s latest financial report may be obtained by writing to the American Academy in Berlin / 14 East 60th Street / Suite 604 / New York, NY / 10022, or by contacting the New York State Charities Bureau / 128 Liberty Street / 15th Floor / New York, NY / 10005; (phone 1-212-416-8686). The latest financial report can also be obtained from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau website: www.charitiesnys.com. A description of the programs and activities for which the American Academy in Berlin makes use of its contributions is available at www.americanacademy.de/about/mission/. For further information, please contact Emily Carey, Vice President of Development (USA): ec@americanacademy.de; +1-212-588 1745, or Berit Ebert, Vice President of Programs (Germany/Europe): be@americanacademy.de; +49-30-804 83-108. Protecting your personal data is important to us. Our data-processing information may be found at: www.americanacademy.de/data-processing-information/.

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