The group of teachers who attended the Laredo institute. All photos on this page by Humanities Texas.
Humanities Texas board member and Texas A&M International University President Ray M. Keck III welcomes teachers and faculty to the institute.
Michael Les Benedict, professor emeritus of history at The Ohio State University, delivers the keynote address on constitutional history since Reconstruction.
Gregg Cantrell, Erma and Ralph Lowe Chair in Texas History at Texas Christian University, discusses populism.
Deborah L. Blackwell, associate professor of history at Texas A&M International University, speaks about the Progressive Era.
Stephen M. Duffy, associate professor of history at Texas A&M International University, gives insight on World War I.
Michael Les Benedict and Blanca Polanco examine primary sources related to Reconstruction.
Deborah L. Blackwell leads a primary source workshop.
Carlos Ramirez and Gregg Cantrell analyze primary documents.
Gina Cavazos listens to Stephen M. Duffy during a workshop.
Ricky F. Dobbs, associate professor of history and dean of University College at Texas A&M University–Commerce, discusses the New Deal.
Jerry D. Thompson, Regents Professor of History at Texas A&M International University, shares insights on World War I.
Anthony Quiroz, professor of history and chair of the humanities department at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi, informs teachers about DVD resources relevant to Mexican American history.
J. Todd Moye, associate professor of history at the University of North Texas, discusses the civil rights movement.
Ricky F. Dobbs and Patrick Arney examine primary documents.
J. Todd Moye and Gregorio Garza analyze sources related to the civil rights movement.
Anthony Quiroz addresses a remark to Jonathan Cherry during an afternoon workshop.
Jerry D. Thompson leads a primary source workshop.
Jeanette Ramirez and Angelica Byrd analyze primary sources.
Laredo teachers at Tuesday night's reception. From left to right: Guillermo Jimenez, Pedro Saenz, Ruben Garcia, Roberto Luna, and Luis de la Garza.
Left to right: Monica Valderrama, Julia Benavides, Gilbert Martinez, Patricia Moore, and Patrick Arney.
Penny Vlagopoulos, assistant professor of English at Texas A&M International University, shares strategies for using literature to enhance history teaching.
Mark Atwood Lawrence, associate professor of history at The University of Texas at Austin, discusses the Cold War, Korea, and Vietnam.
Elisa Barry takes notes during the Laredo institute.
Jenny McMillen Sweeney, education specialist for the National Archives Southwest Region, presents resources from the National Archives.
Stacy Fuller, head of education at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, speaks about teaching history through art.
Penny Vlagopoulos leads a primary source workshop.
Mark Atwood Lawrence and Elisa Barry listen to Ursula Behrendt (right).
Jenny McMillen Sweeney and Araceli Magaña take a closer look at National Archives material.
Dante Madrigal and Stacy Fuller take a look at primary sources.