Hamptons Institute: July 15-17, 2011
On July 15th, 16th, & 17th, 2011 the Roosevelt Institute and Guild Hall collaborated to host the third installment of the Hamptons Institute
*Click here for New Deal 2.0 Editor Lynn Parramore's take on this year's Hamptons Institute.*
*Click here for a Dan's Hamptons article on the Hamptons Institute.*
Friday, July 15
James Nederlander, Roy Furman, and Daryl Roth will give us the insider’s view on what it takes to produce a show on Broadway, in a sure to be entertaining conversation moderated by actor and producer Bob Balaban.
“America’s Top Economic Challenges: Jobs, Debt and China”
Byron Wien in conversation with Jared Bernstein and Zachary Karabell.
Cocktails in the Minikes Garden for all participants
Saturday, July 16
“The Outlook for the Middle East”
Karen Greenberg will lead a panel of experts in a discussion on the ever-changing situation in the Middle East. Panelists include Daniel Yergin, Jane Harman, and Hisham Melhem.
"Perspectives on the Obama Presidency”
An esteemed panel of presidential historians, including Jonathan Alter, Bob Caro and HW Brands will offer insight on the Obama presidency with Lynn Sherr moderating.
“The Evolution of Digital”
Leaders in new media will discuss how consumers and brands are connecting through new platforms and other important trends. Moderated by Michael Gutkowski, panelists include Christine Cook of The Daily and Chris Cunningham of Appssavvy. Additional panelists to be confirmed.
Sunday, July 17
Annual Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center lecture
Gail Levin, Ph. D will give a lecture on “Lee Krasner in East Hampton.”
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