The Doubletree Hotel on IH 35, official conference hotel for TEMA XIX.
The Texas State Capitol Building
University of Texas campus building
The University of Texas Tower
TEMA XIX participants waiting for their barbecue at the Salt Lick.
Thompson Conference Center, site of Friday's sessions.
"The Drag," Guadalupe Street, next to the UT campus.
Official TEMA XIX Conference T-Shirts, only $15
Friday's lunch at the Thompson Conference Center, chicken breast topped with white cheese and avocado slices, rice, corn, corn bread, salad, dessert, tea.
Joseph P. O'Callaghan, Professor Emeritus, Fordham University, "Alfonso el Sabio, King of Castile and His Family."
Tracey-Anne Cooper, St. John's University
Christopher Bradley, University of Texas
Wine Reception and 'Sacred Steps: The Road to Santiago de Compostela' Exhibit in the Doty Fine Arts Center.
Jose Suarez Otero, S.A. do Xacobeo, explains the Sacred Steps art exhibit.
Garrison Hall, site of Saturday's Sessions
Andy Villalon introduces Plenary Speaker Clifford J. Rogers, U.S. Military Academy, "Cavalry, War, and Society in the Middle Ages."
Presidential Address, L. J. Andrew Villalon, University of Texas at Austin
Tom Hanks, Baylor University
Richard Brumbeck, Baylor University
John Bugbee, University of Texas
Bruce Brasington, West Texas A&M University
Edwin Duncan, Towson University, “The English Language: Using the Past to Project the Future.”
TEMA President Andy Villalon presents Program Co-Chair April Morris with Woodchuck Award as Don Kagay looks on.
Wine reception and Indian food supper at Andy Villalon's residence in Lakewood.
Central Texas panorama from Andy's back porch.
Sunset on the back porch.
Central Texas sunset.