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Documenting Route 66

Join us December 2 from 5p-6p for an introductory showcase of the…

“More than Shelter from the Storm” Book Launch

The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is thrilled to host TU professor…

The Blues of Achilles: A Musical Performance

Join us 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 1 to hear the somber,…

Road of Flight: The People and Places of Tulsa’s Route 66

Road of Flight will be featured in the Zarrow Center gallery December…

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…