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What a Space Communicates About Access

The latest post from our research fellows comes from Dr. Sara Beam,…

Now Hiring: Special Programs Coordinator

  The University of Tulsa’s Oklahoma Center for the Humanities seeks to…

What is Freedom without Opportunity?

Travis Scott Lowe is a faculty fellow at the Oklahoma Center for…

Cult of Glory: The Bold and Brutal History of the Texas Rangers

Join us for Swanson’s talk on November 11, 5:30p, at the Henry…

The Voice of Art in Community Health

Carly Treece is a Native American artist, community builder, and advocate.  She…

Whose Business Is It? Freedom vs Societal Responsibility

Crystal Zanders is a poet, educator, activist, and pug-parent from Tennessee. She…

The Cold War and Queer Liberation

The Cold War marked an important shift in global politics. Divisions were…

On the Side of the Road: Lucinda Williams, Lead Belly, and American Fiction

In her introduction to Ink in the Grooves: Conversations on Literature and Rock…

It Isn’t Easy Being Free: The Promise and Peril of Knowledge for All

In a 2014 article for Science Magazine, Michael Madison and colleagues outlined…

2022-23 Freedom Fellows

The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at the University of Tulsa is…

The Limits of Freedom: Seeking a Better Balance in America

The first lecture of the 2022-23 school year gets right at the…

Introducing the Switchyard

Welcome to the Switchyard — a national festival of music, literature, and…

Welcome Associate Director, Dr. Zenia Kish

The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is delighted to announce that Dr.…

Welcome Dayne Riley, Assistant Director

Please join us in welcoming Dayne Riley to the Oklahoma Center for…

The University of Tulsa Announces Common Read Program

All incoming students will shortly receive a copy of Moshin Hamid’s Exit West,…