Spring 2018 Public Programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum Announced

Graham Allison, a leading analyst of U.S. national security and defense policy, gestures onstage while being interviewed by Clifford Chanin, the executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs.
Graham Allison, a leading analyst of U.S. national security and defense policy, discusses North Korea's nuclear program as he is interviewed by Clifford Chanin, executive vice president and deputy director for museum programs at 9/11 Memorial Museum. Photo by Monika Graff, 9/11 Memorial.

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s spring 2018 public programming schedule will include discussions with experts on al-Qaeda and Iran’s nuclear program; the United States’ evolving relationships with Pakistan and Saudi Arabia; and the revitalization of the World Trade Center site in the 16 years since the attacks.

Public programs at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum are designed to deepen our understanding of 9/11’s continued impact on current events, foreign policy, history, art and culture through film screenings, moderated conversations and performances.

The spring programming season kicks off on Thursday, April 12, with a discussion with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Karim Sadjadpour. This program will explore the Iran nuclear deal and its impact on American national security and foreign policy.

View our full schedule and register for individual programs here. Public programs at the Museum are free to the public, but registration is required.

The 2017–18 public program season at the 9/11 Memorial Museum has been made possible in part by the David Berg Foundation.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff

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