Culture. Issues. Ideas.
Oklahoma Humanities magazine fosters conversation and new perspectives through articles, interviews, and beautiful color images. From public policy issues to cultural heritage, you'll find an engaging forum for new ideas and productive civil discourse.
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E Pluribus Unum
By Ann Thompson
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The New OKLAHOMA HUMANITIES
Not Just Another Pretty Face
The Editor's Desk
By Carla Walker
Tribal sovereignty is not a partisan issue -- it's an American issue.
By Congressman Tom Cole
Democracy, the Free Press, and the Meaning of TRIBE
A Conversation with Sebastian Junger
Interview by Carla Walker
An excerpt from TRIBE: On Homecoming and Belonging
By Sebastian Junger
State of the Vote -- Your "Right" Revealed
Voting is a vital sign of a healthy democracy -- but is it a constitutional inheritance?
By Joshua S. Sellers
A Sketch Artist's Day at the Court
By Art Lien
Ideas or Interests? -- The Founders on Free Speech
Does "free speech" apply to groups? The Founders' views might surprise you.
By Kevin Butterfield
Elections by the Numbers
Power, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment
Government overreach -- does the Constitution protect us?
by Arthur G. LeFrancois
The News Today: Seven Trends in Old and New Media
Will the future of journalism change our democracy?
By Elaine C. Kamarck and Ashley Gabriele
Postcards from Public Service
Reflections on a lifetime of civic participation.
By Robert H. Henry, Lead Writer
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