The Texas Lyceum Journal, published by the Texas Lyceum from 1984-2013, was often thematic and occasionally given to wholly eclectic readings. Articles have been written by scholars, luminaries, Lyceum members, and your next door expert. The intent was always to further discourse on complicated topics through their elucidation in the Journal. Each issue of the Journal was edited to be in keeping with the Lyceum's philosophy of valuing differing opinions by representing as many views and opinions of our State's leaders as possible. The Journal was a mainstay of Texas' civic leaders and was often traditionally published in conjunction with the Lyceum's public conference.
Beginning in 2015, the Lyceum shifted from capturing content from our conferences in printed form to capturing that content through videos. You will find links to these videos under the Meetings tab and embedded in the descriptions of our quarterly meetings starting in 2015.