Jeremy Kuzmarov, the Jay P. Walker Assistant Professor of American History at TU explores the misleading history lessons in Ken Burns’ latest documentary on the Vietnam War. This article was first on The Huffington Post. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s... MORE
Miriam Belmaker asks questions. As an assistant professor of anthropology, she has dedicated her life to bold and intrinsic questions on human evolution. What makes us human? This summer, Belmaker traveled to Kazakhstan and South China in search of answers.... MORE
Ben Peters, an associate professor of media studies at TU, explores the question, what are digital cultures? This video interview was originally published by Centre for Digital Cultures.
When Tara Moses (BA ’15) describes theatre, her vision extends beyond the stage into people’s living rooms. “Theater doesn’t just have to be for a bunch of people who can afford expensive tickets, sitting in one place, watching theater on... MORE
On Wednesday, September 20 at 7 p.m., at Sharp Chapel on the TU campus, Tom Perrotta, the bestselling author of Election and Little Children will be reading from his latest book, Mrs. Fletcher. Both Election and Little Children were made... MORE
Phil Keeter sits in the front row. From his economic classes at The University of Tulsa to his pew at Boston Avenue Methodist Church, Keeter is front and center. Keeter (BA ’59) has maintained his front-and-center attention on the success... MORE
Cyber security analyst by day and teen fiction author by night, TU alumna Lindsay Smith (BS ’05) has published short stories in anthologies, seven books and has an eighth book coming out this fall. From Russian spies to the paranormal,... MORE
DCRL questions: Benjamin Peters from Centre for Digital Cultures.
The University of Tulsa’s J. Donald Feagin Visiting Artist Series opens this season with renowned Italian pianist Cristiana Pegoraro, who will present a recital on Tuesday, September 12, 7:30 p.m. in the Gussman Concert Hall, Lorton Performance Center on the... MORE
The TU Department of History presented the 2017 Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture featuring Donald J. Raleigh, professor of Russian history at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, on Monday, September 18. If anyone missed the lecture, it is now featured online here. The... MORE