Week of Events
Work of Sovereignty Exhibition
Explore the history and future of tribal nationhood before and after the supreme court ruling on tribal jurisdiction (McGirt v. Oklahoma, 2020). Work of Sovereignty features historical photographs and art by Native artists inspired by the 13 counties in Oklahoma named after indigenous nations. This exhibition is free and open to the public. 101 Archer […]
Work of Sovereignty Symposium
Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is partnering with TU’s College of Law to create a three-day symposium that brings together questions about law, identity, history, citizenship and migration. This three-day conference focuses on the ongoing work of Native sovereignty in Oklahoma. Examining tribal sovereignty from multiple perspectives, including Native leadership, legal issues and ideas, artistic […]
Gussman Juried Student Exhibition
The 55th Annual Gussman Juried Student Exhibition will be on view March 30 through April 20, featuring student works juried by Alexandre Hogue’s daughter Olivia Hogue Mariño. Opening reception and awards announcement: March 30, 5-7 p.m. The exhibition may be viewed in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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 […]