Division, Decadence, and Renewal with Ross Douthat

New York Times columnist and IHE Media Fellow Ross Douthat reprises a conversation he began in his latest book, The Decadent Society, about what happens when a rich and powerful society ceases advancing, how long our era of stagnation and repetition might last, and how, whether in renaissance or catastrophe, our decadence might ultimately end. Almost a year after its original publication, we are keen to hear from Ross on what the events of the past year have revealed about our condition and how we might serve as agents of renewal in a divisive and decadent time.

This event is cosponsored with The Trinity Forum, the Harvard Christian Alumni Society, and the Catholic Information Center.