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Virtual Event | “History of the Future”: A Symposium Celebrating Max Singer

Virtual Event | “History of the Future”: A Symposium Celebrating Max Singer

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Join Hudson Institute as we celebrate the life of Max Singer, the co-founder, second president, and longtime fellow of Hudson Institute who passed away in January 2020 at the age of 88. Hudson will celebrate the life and work of this distinguished futurologist and student of international affairs by revisiting his bold and incisive magnum opus, “History of the Future,” which according to Singer “contains everything I have learned over my long life of observation and study.” Published in 2011, the book is even more relevant today, in the wake of the massive technological, cultural, social, and political changes of the last decade. A panel of Singer’s close friends and esteemed colleagues will engage critically with central aspects of his thought, and his eldest son, Saul Singer, will offer a response. Please join Hudson for this celebration of Max Singer’s intellectual legacy.

Speakers

John P. Walters

President and CEO, Hudson Institute

Kenneth R. Weinstein

Walter P. Stern Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute

Leon R. Kass

Emeritus Scholar, American Enterprise Institute

Christopher DeMuth

Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute

Lewis Libby

Senior Vice President, Hudson Institute

Nicholas Eberstadt

Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute

Dorothea Israel Wolfson

Director of the Masters of Arts in Government Program, Johns Hopkins University

Saul Singer

Co-Author, Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle