Black, Brown, and Blue
A Historical Discussion of Policing in Houston
Storytelling and Restorative Justice in Northern Indigenous Communities
Self-Employed Black Artists
Houston in 2020: Self-Employed Black Artists - an Oral History Project by Amy C. Evans
Documenting Hurricane Harvey
Racial Health Disparities and Public History
Oral Histories of LatinX and African American Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic
When the Lights (and Heat) Went Out in Texas
The Texas grid and the recent power failure within the historical context of US national blackouts.
How Texas Changed the Culture of American Athletics
Texas’s impact on American sports culture during the era of the Civil Rights and Second-Wave Feminist movements.
Race, Health, and Air Pollution in Houston: Environmental Justice
Race, Health, and Air Pollution in Houston: Environmental Justice During COVID-19
LGBTQ+ HOU: Bayou City Proud - Launch Event
An online launch event for the spring issue, LGBTQ+ HOU: Bayou City Proud!
Seadrift Documentary Panel Discussion: Race, Refugees, and Redemption
A panel discussion with filmmakers, participants, and researchers from the documentary, Seadrift.
The Past, Present, and Future of the Affordable Care Act
A panel discussion of the ACA in historical, legal, medical, and political context.
Preserve the Baltimore Uprising
A case study in radical public history practice.
Civic Tech, History, and Environmental Health Protection
Leveraging IT for Social Good?
The Convoluted History of Religious Hospitals and Religious Feedom in the United States
San José Clinic
Mexican Healting Practices in American Society
Sharing Stories from 1977
Women's Political Engagement, Then and Now & Building Sharing Stories from 1977
CURED Documentary Panel Discussion
A conversation on the film and the history behind the removal of homosexuality from the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) manual of mental illnesses.
CRIP CAMP : A Disability Revolution, Panel Discussion
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Cathy Kudlick, Fran Osborne, Andraea Lavant, and Dr. Laurie Lambeth as they discuss the film, Camp Jened, and the history behind the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Preserving Women's History at the Smithsonian
A conversation with Dr. Tey Marianna Nunn, Director, American Women's History Initiative, Smithsonian Institute.
Houston History Magazine Launch
Celebrating the new issue of Houston History magazine, this panel discussion will feature Engines of Our Ingenuity creator Dr. John Lienhard and history professor and contributor Dr. Cathy Patterson.