10/10/2020Texas Christian University will host "The Bluest Eye @ 50," an online symposium featuring teachers and scholars reflecting on Toni Morrison's groundbreaking novel
9/15/2020Beginning in October, Humanities Texas will hold a number of free webinar series for Texas teachers covering central topics in U.S. history, Texas history, and English language arts.
08/30/2020Humanities Texas is now accepting nominations for our 2021 Outstanding Teaching Awards. Nominations will be accepted through December 11, 2020.
08/01/2020Listen to Texas Originals, a radio series profiling individuals who have had a profound influence on Texas history and culture.
State Fair is a visual distillation of Arthur Grace's photographic odyssey through...
This Humanities Texas traveling exhibition includes forty-four facsimile prints of...
In the 1840s, German immigrants began settling at New Braunfels, Fredericksburg, Sisterdale...
Featuring photographs, facsimiles of landmark documents, and quotations by Dr. King and...
Texas organizations share news of their upcoming remote programming, including online exhibitions and gallery tours, web-based lectures and discussions, documentaries, and educational resources.
This fall, many of Texas's annual book festivals are going virtual.
The Texas Historical Commission Museum Services Program regularly hosts webinars and workshops. They also maintain a list of over a dozen free webinars related to museums and the current pandemic being held by other organizations.
The Harlem Renaissance: What Was It, and Why Does It Matter . . .
Héctor P. García
Wiley College's Great Debaters
"How the Civil War Transformed American Literature": A Talk by Randall Fuller
Women's History Month: "Oveta Culp Hobby" by Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison