Delivered by Rabbi Reuven Firestone, the Antisemitism & Islamophobia lecture explored the origins and persistence of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in medieval Europe as well as in current Jewish and Arab societies.
Table of Abraham is a panel discussion with representatives from each of the three Abrahamic traditions who explain and examine their faith with one another. This time we had three great speakers at our first Table of Abraham event of the new year.
2014 Atlantic Faculty Development and Curriculum Enhancement Program (ACEP)
Every year we organize Atlantic Faculty Development and Curriculum Enhancement Program (ACEP) for college and university professors in the Southeastern United States. The program consists of three components: educational workshops, a 10 day trip to Turkey, and follow-up presentations. We have recently added a fellowship program for PhD students as well. More information is available in the link below.
The Atlantic Institute in partnership with Istanbul Center is organizing panels and academic discussions on Turkey at the Georgia Political Science Association’s annual conference in Savannah entitled “Co-operation and Conflict in a Troubled World” For more information about the conference and th
The Atlantic Institute was pleased to welcome Mayor Linda Blechinger of Auburn, Georgia to the Midtown Luncheon Series. Mayor Blechinger spoke about her book Mourning to Morning which details her spiritual journey through grief and healing.