Note: This event is postponed. Please check back for rescheduling information. In Becoming Disabled: Forging a Disability View of the World, Jan Doolittle Wilson describes how becoming disabled is to forge a new consciousness, one that challenges ableist discourses and systems and creates alternative meanings that understand disability as a valuable human variation. Using an […]
In the 21st century, machines are learning to write essays, diagnose disease, create visual art and even write new computer code. As our lives are increasingly guided by artificial intelligence, what are the implications for the humanities, and for human freedom itself? This talk and discussion will explore Renaissance humanism’s origins in a similar moment […]
Join the TU School of Art, Design and Art History for a celebration of what would have been Alexandre Hogue's 125th birthday, and witness the culminating event of our student-led recognition of his work and legacy. Attendees will hear from Hogue's daughter, Olivia Hogue Mariño, J. Donald Feagin distinguished artist, as she speaks about her […]
In the early 1900s, there were as many as 50 all-black towns in Oklahoma. Over the course of the century, the number and sizes of these towns shrank drastically. Only 13 of the original 50 exist today. Now, the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is bringing together state and town leaders to discuss possible futures […]
Have you ever read poetry that uses fieldwork and archives to deal with important social and political concerns? Come hear three acclaimed poets who employ research and reporting to grapple with such timely issues as immigration, identity, cultural appropriation, racism and the military- and prison-industrial complexes. Their works intersect with the social sciences, drawing on […]
The University of Tulsa Symphony Orchestra continues its 2022-23 concert season with a performance honoring retiring TU Professor Roger Price. Price will perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major and the first movement of his own Piano Concerto No. 2. The orchestra will also perform works by Mussorgsky and Tchaikovsky.
An online information session about the IEL/ISL program. Register online.
Since 2016 those who are concerned about the health of American democracy have been lamenting the easy spread and amplification of bogus claims, vast conspiracy theories, and massive lies through media both social and traditional. This concern is necessary but insufficient. This talk will argue that pro-democracy Americans must also rediscover the poetry and music […]