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  • In Depth with Carol Anderson

    In Depth with Carol Anderson

    Author and Emory University professor Carol Anderson joins Book TV to talk and take calls about voting rights, gun regulation, and race in America. Her books include “White Rage” and “The Second,” about the history and impact of the Second Amendment.

  • After Words with Senator Raphael Warnock

    After Words with Senator Raphael Warnock

    Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) talks about his life, faith and journey in politics. He was interviewed by Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC), Democratic Whip of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Featured Programs

  • After Words with Kellyanne Conway

    After Words with Kellyanne Conway

    Political consultant Kellyanne Conway was the first woman to manage a winning presidential campaign. She shared insights into the 2016 campaign and her time in the Trump administration, and offered her thoughts on the media and the political climate in…

  • After Words with Christine Emba

    After Words with Christine Emba

    Washington Post columnist Christine Emba offered her thoughts on sexual consent and societal attitudes toward sex in the 21st century. She was interviewed by author Donna Freitas.

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  • <em>How to Think Like a Lawyer--and Why - A Common-Sense Guide to Everyday Dilemmas</em>

    How to Think Like a Lawyer--and Why - A Common-Sense Guide to Everyday Dilemmas

    Law professor Kim Wehle offered her thoughts on how thinking like a lawyer can help to breakdown complex issues into understandable information that helps to make informed decisions. Kramer’s Bookstore in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.

  • Authors Eddie Glaude and Jon Meacham

    Authors Eddie Glaude and Jon Meacham

    Authors Eddie Glaude (Begin Again) and Jon Meacham (His Truth Is Marching On) talked about the legacies of author James Baldwin and civil rights leader and former Representative John Lewis (D-GA). This in-person event was part of the inaugural New Orleans…

  • <em>American Reboot</em>

    American Reboot

    Former Congressman Will Hurd (R-TX) argued that America needs a “reboot” to address the challenges of the 21st century and offered his thoughts on how to move the country forward. The San Antonio Book Festival hosted this event.

  • <em>Bridging Cultures</em>

    Bridging Cultures

    Harriett Romo and William Dupont discussed the historical and cultural heritage of the Texas-Mexico borderlands. The San Antonio Book Festival hosted this event.

  • <em>Life on the Rocks</em>

    Life on the Rocks

    Science writer Juli Berwald looked at the state of the coral reefs and explained their importance. The San Antonio Book Festival hosted this event.

  • <em>The Texas Triangle - An Emerging Power in the Global Economy</em>

    The Texas Triangle - An Emerging Power in the Global Economy

    Former Clinton administration Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros discussed how key growing metro areas in Texas are reshaping that state’s future nationally and globally. The San Antonio Book Festival hosted this event.

  • <em>Bad Mexicans - Race, Empire and Revolution in the Borderlands</em>

    Bad Mexicans - Race, Empire and Revolution in the Borderlands

    UCLA History professor Kelly Lytle Hernandez spoke about the magonistas, a band of migrant rebels, and their efforts to thwart U.S. power and influence on both sides of the border, which gave rise to the 1910 Mexican Revolution. The San Antonio Book Festival…

  • <em>Code of Silence</em>

    Code of Silence

    Investigative reporter Lise Olsen talked about the system that protects federal judges accused of sexual misconduct and the whistleblowers who spoke out against it. The San Antonio Book Festival hosted this event.

  • <em>One Damn Thing After Another</em>

    One Damn Thing After Another

    Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr talked about his experiences serving under Presidents George H.W. Bush and Donald Trump. This event was held at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California.

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