Spring 2023 Events
The Work of Sovereignty Exhibit
March-April at 101 E. Archer
Gallery open Wed.-Sat. 12pm-5pm
Reproductive Rights and Freedom Symposium
March 4, 9am-4pm at 101 E. Archer
For more information and/or to register, click here.
Freedom Machine or Death Trap? The Dilemmas of Driving
March 9, 7pm at 101 E. Archer
“Automobiles have always been… the great American ‘freedom machines.’ But for too many of us, they have become vehicles of unfreedom.” Learn more here.
The Rhyme and Rhythm of Democracy
Feb. 2, 7pm at Tyrell Hall
Featuring acclaimed historian and author, Siva Vaidhyanathan. Learn more here.
In the Kingdom of Shadows: Book Launch
Feb. 10, 5pm at the Zarrow Center
TU Prof. Nicole Bauer will be in conversation with Jennifer Davis. Learn more here.
An Evening with Susan Briante
Feb. 16, 7pm at Tyrell Hall
Briante will talk with TAF and OCH fellow, author Kaveh Basiri, about her newest book, Defacing the Monument. Learn more here.
The All-Black Towns of Oklahoma: Conference
Feb. 18, at 101 Archer St.
The accompanying gallery exhibition runs January 6-February 25 at the Zarrow Center downtown. To register for the conference or to learn more, click here.
Freedom in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Feb. 22, 7pm at the Zarrow Center
Blaine Greteman writes, “As our lives are increasingly guided by artificial intelligence, what are the implications for the humanities, and for human freedom itself?” Learn more here.
Becoming Disabled: Book Launch
Feb. 23, 7pm at the Zarrow Center
TU Prof. Jan Wilson will be in conversation with Sara Beam. Learn more here.