Week of Events
All-Black Towns of Oklahoma: An Exhibit at the Zarrow Center
In the early 1900s, there were as many as 50 all-black towns in Oklahoma. Black Oklahomans created spaces to offer safety, opportunity and freedom to their communities. Over the course of the century, the number and sizes of these towns shrank drastically. Only 13 of the original 50 exist today. Seeking to shed light on […]
Hogue 125 Inspired: Oklahoma Landscapes
The University of Tulsa is excited to celebrate what would have been the 125th birthday of artist Alexandre Hogue, former head of TU’s Department of Art and namesake of the Alexandre Hogue Gallery located in Phillips Hall. Hogue 125 Inspired: Oklahoma Landscapes opens Jan. 19 and demonstrates the artist’s legacy and continued impact on the […]
Join TU's Department of English and Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for an evening with critically-acclaimed poet and writer Quraysh Ali Lansana, who will discuss works exploring race, politics, culture and more.
An online information session about the IEL/ISL program. Register online.
Paul Voss (Georgia State University) will discuss the Catholic aspects of William Shakespeare's work.
Secrecy can call to mind mystery, darkness, wickedness and the unknown. Meanwhile, the cultural origins of government transparency are equally murky. By looking at the interplay of politics and culture in the French Revolution, we can gain insights into our attitudes towards secrecy today. Join us at the Zarrow Center to celebrate Nicole Bauer's new […]