The uses and identity of the Alamo in the late 1700s and early 1800s reflected the larger Tejano experience, particularly in the decades leading up the 1835-36 Texas Revolution. Join historians as they discuss this dynamic era of Alamo and Texas history in a virtual panel discussion, led by Alamo Senior Curator, Ernesto Rodriguez, followed by Q&A.

Panelists include:

  • Ernesto Rodriguez, MA, Alamo Curator
  • James Bernsen, MA, Historian
  • Dr. David Carlson, Spanish Archivist, Bexar County Clerk’s Office
  • Dr. Jesus de la Teja, Regents’ Professor Emeritus and University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History, Texas State University
  • Dr. Gerald Poyo, Professor of History, O’Connor Chair in the History of Hispanic Texas and the Southwest, St. Mary’s University
  • Dr. Omar Valerio-Jimenez, Associate Professor of History, University of Texas at San Antonio

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Event Information

Saturday, November 6, 2021
11:00 a.m.
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This event will be a free virtual, online-only event via Zoom. Spots for live participants will be limited, so book your spot today. The full presentation is now available for viewing.

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