Fort Worth teachers gather in front of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. All photos on this page by Humanities Texas.
Cynthia A. Kierner, professor of history at George Mason University, delivers the keynote address, "Tea and the Politics of Protest in Early America."
Light T. Cummins, Bryan Professor of History at Austin College and state historian of Texas, discusses life in the Spanish and French borderlands.
Kenneth Stevens, professor of history at Texas Christian University, speaks about the formation of colonial governments.
Gene Smith, professor of history at Texas Christian University, provides insight on the Declaration of Independence.
Charles Flanagan, director of educational programs at the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives, talks about resources for teaching the Bill of Rights.
Cynthia A. Kierner discusses sources including the Virginia Slave Code and The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin with Lori Lueckenotte (left) and Mary Duty (right).
Light Cummins and Fort Worth teachers participate in a primary source workshop. From left to right: Chad Myers, Patty Hay, Cummins, and Zachary Reimer.
Kenneth Stevens and Laretha Addison examine primary sources on colonial governments.
Gene Smith leads a primary source workshop. The teachers on the left are Carrie Faltysek and Whitney Figueroa.
Charles Flanagan shares resources from the National Archives with John Gore and Patricia Smith.
Mary L. Volcansek, professor of political science at Texas Christian University and Humanities Texas board chair, welcomes teachers to the institute. Volcansek also gave a lecture on the Constitution.
Todd M. Kerstetter, assistant professor of history at Texas Christian University, discusses the Louisiana Purchase and westward expansion.
Theresa Gaul, associate professor of history at Texas Christian University, speaks about Indian removal in the early nineteenth century.
Daniel M. Feller, Betty Lynn Hendrickson Professor of History and editor/director of The Papers of Andrew Jackson at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, discusses Andrew Jackson's America.
Mary L. Volcansek and Keith Fergison analyze primary sources.
Todd M. Kerstetter discusses primary sources with Irene Berger (left) and Mary Duty (right).
Theresa Gaul speaks with Angela Geiger about using primary documents in the classroom.
Daniel Feller and teachers discuss Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America and Jackson's Farewell Address.
Stephanie Cole, associate professor of history at The University of Texas at Arlington, speaks about slavery.
T. Michael Parrish, Linden G. Bowers Professor of American History at Baylor University, discusses Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
Gregg Cantrell, Erma and Ralph Lowe Chair in Texas History at Texas Christian University, gives a lecture on Reconstruction.
Rebecca Sharpless, associate professor of history at Texas Christian University, gives a talk called "Going Forward: Life in a Mended Nation."
Stephanie Cole discusses bills of sale for slaves with Zachary Reimer and Anita Wall.
T. Michael Parrish leads a primary source workshop. Leah Whorton (center) and Kijuana Daw (right) participate.
Candace Veatch (center) and Laura Wright (right) listen to Gregg Cantrell discuss primary sources.
Rebecca Sharpless and Todd Rust examine the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments.