Please join us on Wednesday, December 7 for a discussion with Tom Friedman, three-time Pulitzer Prize winning author, internationally renowned reporter, and columnist for The New York Times, on “Reimagining Work, Politics, and Populations in an Age of Acceleration.”
Tom Friedman is an internationally renowned writer, known for his reporting on US domestic politics and foreign policy, Middle East conflicts, international economics, environment, biodiversity, and energy. Friedman has been with The New York Times since 1981 and has been their foreign affairs columnist since 1995. He is also the author of six best-selling books: From Beirut to Jerusalem; The Lexus and the Olive Tree; Longitudes and Latitudes; The World is Flat; Hot, Flat, and Crowded; and That Used to Be Us, which he co-wrote with Michael Mandelbaum.
The Morris Series is made possible by a generous donation from Aspen Institute Trustee Diane L. Morris. This Series brings the mission and work of the Institute to an invited group of supporters, friends, and new audiences in the San Francisco area. The Series addresses innovation and technology with an underlying theme of leadership based on enduring values and nonpartisan exchange.