Humanities Texas advances heritage, education, and culture through a variety of public programs. These programs offer Texans opportunities for learning and reflection, stimulate civic awareness, and ensure that the state's cultural and intellectual resources are accessible to a broad audience.
New episodes of Texas Originals air every Friday at 7:49 a.m. on KUHF, Houston Public Radio (88.7 FM).
This weekly radio program profiles individuals who have had a profound influence upon Texas history and culture.
Our speakers directory offers an array of scholars and experts prepared to provide public presentations on a wide range of literary, cultural, and historical topics.
The Humanities Texas Award recognizes organizations and individuals who have demonstrated imaginative leadership in the public humanities.
Humanities Texas sponsors distinguished lectures on a diverse range of topics, bringing noted scholars to audiences around the state.
Each December, Humanities Texas holds a Holiday Book Fair at the Byrne-Reed House supporting worthy humanities-related causes in Texas.
Since its founding in 1973, Humanities Texas has published a number of books, reports, and monographs promoting the humanities and humanities scholarship.