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 […]
Learn what you need to know to achieve your personal and financial goals. TU students will talk about the businesses they created and managed while being a student. Is launching a side-hustle while in college a path for you?
Kick off Black History Month with a new documentary about the legendary life of Harriet Tubman, who repeatedly risked her life to help other African Americans out of slavery. TU professor Kristen Oertel will host a discussion afterward over peach cobbler from Wanda J’s.
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 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 […]
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 […]