Screening and Discussion of Before They Die, a documentary about and for survivors of the 1921 Tulsa race riot, with Dr. Jocelyn Payne from the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation
Dr. Murray is the Calgary Stampede Historian. She will discuss the influence of the 101 Ranch on Calgary’s own Wild West show. IF you’re interested in frontier history, this is the event for you
Award-winning poet and GLBTQ advocate Jericho Brown will read from his recent work. Brown is Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at Emory University and winner of the 2009 American Book Award for poetry. He is a 2015 nominee for the NAACP Poetry Prize.
Undergraduates in the The College of Arts and Sciences will receive diplomas at the 1pm ceremony in Gallagher Iba Arena on the Stillwater campus. Congratulations to all graduating seniors!
Come celebrate the end of the semester with American Studies. OSU AMST faculty, advisors, students, and their families are invited. Guests are encouraged to bring a drink, side dish or dessert. Main courses–both vegan and meaty–will be provided (on separate sections of the grill, of course).
Please RSVP to Dr Takacs <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you can make it, preferably before April 30. If you can’t make it, we’ll miss you.
OSU Tulsa will hold its graduation ceremony at 6:30pm on Monday, May 9. Congratulations to all graduating seniors!
Hear the results of the Bronco Buster statue survey and help the Art History students figure out what the results mean at a community conversation to be held at the Stillwater Public Library.
Last day to drop or add a course without penalty.
The Tulsa Race Riot, A. J. Smitherman, and the Report of the Tulsa Race Riot Commission
Larry O’Dell, Oklahoma Historical Society
Thursday September 14, 4:30 pm
North Hall, OSU Tulsa campus, Room 212
Sponsored by the American Studies Program and Dr. Gray’s Tulsa’s Public Cultures class (AMST 3550).
For further details, contact Dr. David Gray: email@example.com
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