History - Oklahoma Center for the Humanities
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The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities was founded at The University of Tulsa in 2014 when an interested group of faculty and administrators gathered with the shared goal of developing a distinctive public think tank focused on core questions about history, identity, ethics, memory, art, music, and literature.

With the support of the Henry Kendall College of Art and Sciences as well as the Office of Research, the Center was created and funded. Sean Latham, Walter Endowed Chair of English and Comparative Literature, was named its Director and he works in cooperation with internal and external advisory boards.