Our regular series of posts by the Humanities Research Fellows continues. Here, O’Hornett Professor of English, Holly Laird uses Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear to reflect on the relationship between humor and nonsense.
Have you ever sat down and dissected all of the ways that the University of Tulsa is considered a top university? From its engineering programs to its work in the humanities, the University of Tulsa has been placed amongst the... MORE
Our series of reports by the Humanities Research Fellows at the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities continues with this piece by Joli Jensen, Hazel Rogers Professor of Communication. Here, Professor Jensen reflects on whether or not the rise of mass... MORE
The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities will periodically feature the work done by TU’s distinguished faculty. We begin this new blog series with a look at a new book on Harriet Tubman by Dr. Kristen Oertel. “I was conductor of... MORE
We continue our regular reports from the Humanities Research Seminar with a piece by one of public fellows, Bruce Plante, who is the staff editorial cartoonist at The Tulsa World: I had just started my job as the editorial cartoonist... MORE