This fall, Humanities Texas held free online professional development webinar series for Texas teachers covering topics in U.S. history, Texas history, and English language arts. For history teachers, we offered series on shaping the early American republic, the U.S. in the first half of the twentieth century, and Texas history from colonization through the Texas Revolution. For English language arts teachers, we hosted a series on teaching literature at the secondary level.

If you weren't able to participate in these webinar series or you want a refresher on the programs you did attend, you can now view more than thirty of this fall's faculty lectures on the Humanities Texas website. These videos feature content-based instruction from leading scholars in their fields and include the valuable question-and-answer sessions that followed each presentation.

Additional recordings of faculty lectures from previous years are also available in our Digital Repository, a searchable and ever-expanding online repository including materials from all Humanities Texas programs. The Digital Repository also includes historical documents, works of art, video recordings, audio recordings of our Texas Originals radio program, and countless other resources.

We regularly add new videos and educational resources to the website, so please check back for updates!

(From r to l:) Denver Brunsman (George Washington University) moderates a Q&A session on defining early American citizenship with Christopher Bonner (University of Maryland) during the "Shaping the American Republic" fall webinar series.