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  • "Native Oklahoma": Honoring Native American Veterans

    OHC has provided funding for a special episode of OETA’s Native Oklahoma series focusing on the experiences of Native American Vietnam Veterans. Click here to view the episode.

  • Tim O'Brien

    Tim O'Brien's book of short stories from his experiences in the Vietnam War, The Things They Carried, was the focus of the Pioneer Library System's Big Read in April 2011.
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  • Dr. Paul Frommer

    Dr. Paul Frommer, creator of the Na'vi language for the blockbuster movie Avatar, was the featured speaker for the 2010 Oklahoma Conversation in the Humanities in Tulsa. Dr. Benjamin Alpers of the Honors College at the University of Oklahoma moderated the discussion.
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  • Wilma Mankiller

    Former Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation,Wilma Mankiller, was the featured lecturer for a public program that took place in 2007 in Oklahoma City which has often been described by those who attended as one of the most touching and important messages the Oklahoma Humanities Council has sponsored.
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  • 2010 Oklahoma Humanities Awards

     The Oklahoma Humanities Council (OHC) announced the 2010 awardees to be honored at its Oklahoma Humanities Awards dinner, March 4th, 6:30 p.m., at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. The public is invited to celebrate with awardees at a gala dinner and presentation, held annually to honor outstanding contributions to the humanities in Oklahoma.
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  • David Denby

    David Denby, film critic for The New Yorker, was the featured speaker for the 2009 Oklahoma Conversation in the Humanities in Tulsa. Dr. Benjamin Alpers of the Honors College at the University of Oklahoma moderated the discussion.
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  • Mary Frances Berry

    Author and civil rights advocate Mary Frances Berry was the featured speaker at the 2009 Oklahoma Humanities Awards. Dr. Berry addressed the issue of race and gender in light of the 2008 presidential election.
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