Texas Talks - Webinar Series
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March 6, 2017 at 7:00pm
After an iconic thirteen day siege on March 6, 1836, the Mexican army re-gained control of the Alamo from the Texas revolutionaries. This tragic event, memorialized through both history and legend, has gained a larger than life reputation. Join us on March 6, 2017, as Dr. Bruce Winders and Dr. Stephen Hardin distinguish fact from fiction and discuss new research and views of the last twenty years of Alamo history. Dr. Winders and Dr. Hardin will be available in the chat box to answer your questions during the airing at 7pm. Interested in learning more about Texas Talks? Texas Talks is a free educational streaming program that allows the audience to engage with Texas history experts.
As the newest educational initiative from TSHA, Texas Talks are streaming programs that allow members to engage with preeminent Texas history scholars and experts who provide relevant historical information in an interactive platform. This program is ideal for general audiences, educators, and students on the go who love Texas history. Visit the Members Only Digital Library to access archived programs by topic and date.
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Upcoming Texas Talks
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 @ 6:30PM (Central Time)
Join us at 6:30pm on March 23rd as three historians examine over 100 years of women’s political engagement in Texas.
Texas Women in Politics
Monday, March 6th, 2017 @ 7:00PM (Central Time)
Join us March 6th, as Dr. Bruce Winders and Dr. Stephen Hardin distinguish fact from fiction and discuss new research and views of the iconic Alamo.
The Alamo: Fallacies and Canards
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