Workshop participants at the Byrne-Reed House in Austin. The Byrne-Reed House, a 1907 house designed by Charles H. Page and restored by Humanities Texas, serves as the offices for Humanities Texas and has been the location of a number of teacher workshops. Workshop participants gather at the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. The institute has generously hosted a number of Humanities Texas workshops. Arnold Krammer, professor of history at Texas A&M University, presents a lecture on the turning points of World War II in Europe at the Austin workshop. Arnold Krammer leads a primary source seminar, using documents relating to discrimination against Japanese Americans and other Americans of East Asian descent in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor. Maury Klein, emeritus professor of history at the University of Rhode Island, delivers a presentation on the home front and American military mobilization at the Dallas workshop. Maury Klein leads a primary source seminar analyzing Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Arsenal of Democracy" speech at the Byrne-Reed House in Austin. Brian Linn, Ralph R. Thomas Professor in Liberal Arts and professor of history at Texas A&M University, lectures on the war in the Pacific at the Dallas workshop. Brian Linn leads a seminar at the Dallas workshop examining declassified intelligence documents related to the attack at Pearl Harbor. Nancy Beck Young, department chair and professor of history at the University of Houston, delivers a lecture on American women during World War II at the Austin workshop. Nancy Beck Young leads a primary source seminar at the Byrne-Reed House in Austin, using letters sent between women and soldiers during World War II. Joseph Pratt, the NEH-Cullen Professor of History and Business at the University of Houston, delivers a lecture on Texas in World War II at the Dallas workshop. Joseph Pratt leads a primary source seminar at the Dallas workshop, focusing on documents relating to Texas oil production as a factor in American success during World War II. Todd Moye, associate professor of history at the University of North Texas and director of the UNT Oral History Program, lectures at the Dallas workshop on using letters, diaries, and oral histories when teaching students about World War II. Todd Moye leads a seminar at the Dallas workshop on teaching with excerpts from the National Park Service's Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project.