Registration Now Open for Winter/Spring 2020 Programs

A ballerina dancer in red shirt and black leggings performs on a white platform. The Statue of Liberty is visible in the distance.

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum’s winter/spring 2020 programming season will include conversations with scholars and authors, live dance works, and programs presented in conjunction with the exhibitions Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden and K-9 Courage.

The season kicks off on Monday, February 10, with A Woman's Place: U.S. Counterterrorism Since 9/11. Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation Joana Cook, will discuss her new book which explores the significant role of women in key U.S. national security agencies.

Other season highlights include a program with celebrated restaurateur Danny Meyer, who will discuss his own 9/11 experience as a midtown resident and business owner. New York Times foreign correspondent Rukmini Callimachi will return to the Museum to discuss “The ISIS Files,” a collection of 15,000 pages of documents left behind by ISIS in Iraq, and share how these documents have shaped our understanding of the terrorist group.

After 18 years, Battery Dance will return to the World Trade Center for a night of performance dedicated to the citizens of the more than 90 nations killed in the 9/11 attacks. This performance, presented in partnership with Battery Dance, will include seven live dance works and live musical accompaniment.

View the full range of program offerings, and learn more about planning your visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum.

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