Every year, the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities creates wide-ranging collaborations that connect students, faculty, and community members in order to tackle complex challenges and ideas.  In the last several year, I have organized and lead groups that created exhibitions, conferences, workshops, theatrical shows and more.  On this page you'll find just a few of the 150+ such events we've created since 2014.

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Directed by Machele Dill

Theme: Homelands

Oklahoma!

2018

Innovative performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein's signature musical featuring an all-Black cast and set against the state's Jim Crow history.

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With Cartoonist Bruce Plante

Theme: Humor

The Art of Politics

2016

An exhibition and conference that gathered some of the country's most accomplished editorial cartoonists to explore the role of humor in politics

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Hosted by Gilcrease Museum

Theme: Memory

Memory, Memorials, and Community

2019

A two-day exploration of memorials and their role in public life, featuring a special presentation from the National Lynching Museum

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Multidisciplinary

Annual Student Event

TU Arts & Humanities Festival

Every Spring

Annual event featuring student artwork, film, performance, and research presentations alongside interactive art-making experiences.

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Multidisciplinary

Theme: Food

Native American Cuisines: Tradition & Innovation

2018

An exploration of Native American food featuring chefs, historians, health professionals, activists, and sociologists from around the US.

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With the Bob Dylan Center

Bob Dylan Institute

The World of Bob Dylan

2019

A multi-day event mixing critics, fans, and scholars to explore the iconic songwriter's work and influence in venues across the city of Tulsa

© 2019 by Sean Latham

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