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The Literary Round Table is the only place online where readers get to interact with their favorite fiction or non-fiction authors and experts in a variety of fields.
We bring your favorite authors to the Literary Round Table for interesting, fun and free-wheeling discussions on a variety of topics, and you have the opportunity to interact with them by asking questions or commenting via Twitter or email!

You can listen to the discussion at your convenience by going to one of several websites where we will post the archive of the show, or you can go to iTunes and download the latest Literary Round Table, as well as past Literary Round Tables. Don't forget to subscribe to receive the latest episodes!

Tweet questions to: @LiteraryRT

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    A HOUSE UNITED: Doug McAdam and Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED: Doug McAdam and Antonio Elmaleh

    Our guests are Antonio Elmaleh, author of the critically acclaimed Civil War and Reconstruction novel, The Ones They Left Behind, and Doug McAdam, the Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor of Sociology at Stanford University and the former Director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. McAdam is the author or co-author of 18 books and some 85 other publications in the area of political sociology, with a special emphasis on race in the U.S., American politics, and the study of social movements and “contentious politics.” Join them as they discuss the parallels between our country during the Civil War and now, and how we can unite as a nation during these divisive time

    • 48 min
    A HOUSE UNITED: Joe Williams and Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED: Joe Williams and Antonio Elmaleh

    Our guests are Antonio Elmaleh, author of the critically acclaimed Civil War and Reconstruction novel, The Ones They Left Behind, and Joe Williams, senior news editor with US News & World Report. Join them as they discuss the parallels between our country during the Civil War and now, and how we can unite as a nation during these divisive time

    • 49 min
    A HOUSE UNITED: James E. Campbell and Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED: James E. Campbell and Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED, Part Three of our conversations about understanding American and each other.

    Our guests are Antonio Elmaleh, author of the critically acclaimed Civil War and Reconstruction novel, The Ones They Left Behind, and James E. Campbell, UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York and author of "Polarized: Making Sense of a Divided America." Join them as they discuss the parallels between our country during the Civil War and now, and how we can unite as a nation during these divisive times.

    • 52 min
    A HOUSE UNITED: Dr. Victor Hanson & Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED: Dr. Victor Hanson & Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED, Part Two of our conversations about understanding American and each other.

    Our guests are Antonio Elmaleh, author of the critically acclaimed Civil War and Reconstruction novel, The Ones They Left Behind, and Victor Davis Hanson, the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution whose focus is classics and military history. Join them as they discuss the parallels between our country during the Civil War and now, and how we can unite as a nation during these divisive times.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    A HOUSE UNITED: John Blake & Antonio Elmaleh

    A HOUSE UNITED: John Blake & Antonio Elmaleh

    The Literary Roundtable presents A HOUSE UNITED, a special six part series of conversations on understanding America and each other.

    In the first conversation, our guests are John Blake, CNN Enterprise writer/producer and author of ""Children of the Movement," and Antonio Elmaleh, author of the Civil War and Reconstruction novel "The Ones They Left Behind."

    • 43 min
    Antonio Elmaleh And Leslie Martin

    Antonio Elmaleh And Leslie Martin

    The Literary Round Table is the only place online where readers get to interact with their favorite fiction or non-fiction author. WE bring your favorite authors to the literary round table for interesting, fun and free-wheeling discussions on a variety of topics, and YOU have the opportunity to personally interact with them! Think of it as a literary conference call.

    In this episode, Antonio Elmaleh, author of the critically acclaimed Civil War and Reconstruction novel The Ones They Left Behind, discusses the Civil War, women's roles during times of war, the writing and publishing process, and more!

    He's joined by Leslie Martin, LCSW, to discuss war's effects on soldiers than and now, and how our understanding of PTS has evolved since the Civil War.

    • 56 min

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