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We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship tells the story of the Cherokee Freedmen community, from chattel slavery’s beginnings in Cherokee Nation through emancipation, and their fight […]

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Why study the classics today?

Tyrrell Hall 2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, OK, United States

Join Jennifer Frey and Kyle Harper for a robust inter-collegiate discussion on the Greco-Roman world. From sex, slavery, war, and plagues to religion, culture, and imperial power; why would we […]

CineCulture Film Series

Circle Cinema 10 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK

A Story of Bones Screening Join the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as they partner with colleagues at CineCulture, POV, OSU Tulsa, Tulsa Community College, Circle Cinema, and the […]

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What is fantasy and who decides?

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

Help us celebrate Danielle Gurevitch and Elana Gomel's new book, The Palgrave Handbook of Global Fantasy! Both Gurevitch and Gomel will participate in a panel about fantasy and their new book at 101 E. Archer. Arrive early and get a free Dungeons and Dragons dice set. Reception with food and wine to follow. About the […]

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“Burning Biographer: Living with D.H. Lawrence” with Frances Wilson

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

Help us welcome frequent New York Review of Books contributor Frances Wilson to Tulsa. Wilson will talk about the art of biography, her new book Burning Man: The Trials of D.H. Lawrence, and the research she is doing on novelist Muriel Spark in McFarlin Library’s Special Collections. Frances Wilson is a critic, journalist, and the author of […]

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Thinking About the Ancient Greeks and Romans

Chapman Hall 2830 East 5th Street, Tulsa, OK, United States

The University of Tulsa Department of Political Science is welcoming Paul Rahe to campus. On Wednesday, he and Michael Mosher will be in conversation on the subject of Thinking About […]

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Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture in History – Haunted by History: Columbus, Montezuma, Elton John, and St. George

Tyrrell Hall 2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, OK, United States

Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture in History presents Haunted by History: Columbus, Montezuma, Elton John, and St. George. Truth and evidence have been upended by postmodernism and the Internet.  Yet we still imagine that historical facts remain set in stone.  The past cannot be changed, right?  But what happens when historical figures or events have afterlives, when […]