The Hannah Arendt organizes a series of programs and initiatives that further our mission of fostering the activity of bold and provocative thinking about ethics and politics and rooted in the humanist tradition. Through Symposia, Conferences, Public Lectures, our Blog, and the HA Journal, these programs bring Arendt's fearless style of thinking to a wide audience.
The Courage to Be
Campus Plurality Forum
Difficult Questions College Seminar
The American Jewish Peace Archive
Blogging and the New Public IntellectualBlogging and the New Public Intellectual is a program funded by the National Endowment of the Humanities which engages an ongoing discussion with the nation’s leading bloggers in politics, history, art, and culture—asking about their experience as bloggers, what they hope to accomplish, and how they work.
Hate and the Human ConditionThe Hate and the Human Condition is an interdisciplinary series of fellowships, courses, lectures, conferences, distance learning, videos and publications exploring hate as one of the enduring questions of the human condition, as well as create scholarly and associated networks to facilitate this exploration.