Aspen Ideas Alumni: “The frontiers of dialogue“
Aspen Institute España hosted last Wednesday, November 23rd at 8.30 pm the fifth session of the Aspen Ideas-Alumni Program. This Program offers a space to continue the conversations on leadership, values and public policies previously generated in our Seminars. The sessions are based on a classic or contemporary reading guided by an Aspen España moderator.
The first session, moderated by Miguel Herrero de Jáuregui, Professor of Greek Philology at the Department of Philology in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Aspen España Fellow, focused on canto XXIV of the Iliad. The fourth session of the program was moderated by Salomé Santos, agricultural director of Azucarera and Aspen España Fellow, and participants debated the texts The Zinc Boys by Svetlana Alexievich and The World of Yesterday by Stefan Zweig.
This fifth session of the program was moderated by Gaspar Atienza, partner at Garrigues, Ph.D. in International Public Law and International Relations and Aspen Spain Fellow. The debate will focus on The Frontiers of Dialogue, a speech given by Claudio Magris in 2001.