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Joe Ragazzo

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Richard Rubin is the author of three books, his most recent being Back Over There: One American Time-Traveler, 100 Years Since the Great War, 500 Miles of Battle-Scarred French Countryside, and Too Many Trenches, Shells, Legends and Ghosts to Count. Richard will be in The Hive Wednesday May 24th at 2 PM EST for a chat about World War I, which reaches its 100th anniversary this year. Submit your questions at any time or feel free to join us on Wednesday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Barry Strauss is Professor of History and Classics, Bryce and Edith M. Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies at Cornell University, and a military and naval historian and consultant. Barry will be in The Hive Thursday May 18th at 1 PM EST for a chat about leaders of the ancient world, and corporate leadership in today’s world. Submit your questions below at any time or feel free to join us on Thursday! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

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Rhett Allain, the author of Dot Wired, a science blog on Wired, “National Geographic Angry Birds Furious Forces” and “Geek Physics” and professor at will be in The Hive Thursday May 4th for a chat about science. Feel free to submit questions about physics in pop culture, how physics intersects into everyday life and more. Submit your questions below at any time or feel free to join us on Thursday at 1:00! If you’d like to participate but don’t have TPM Prime, sign up here.

Christopher Mims writes Keywords, a weekly column on technology, for The Wall Street Journal. Before joining the Journal in 2014, he was the lead technology reporter for Quartz and has written on science and tech for publications ranging from Technology Review, Smithsonian, Wired, the Atlantic, Slate and other publications. Mims, who has degree in neuroscience and behavioral biology from Emory University, lives in Baltimore. Join him for a live chat on technology, science and innovation on Wednesday January 25 at 1 p.m. If you'd like to participate but don't have Prime, join here.

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