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Oklahoma Humanities Magazine

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.










Click here to read the complete Spring | Summer 2018 issue or link to individual articles below.

A Federal/State Partnership
      By Ann Thompson

Post | Social Media | Messages

BrainBox
A Podcast for your Noggin

The Editor's Desk 
      By Carla Walker

Democracy and the Informed Citizen
Carl Bernstein weighs in on truth and journalism
      Interview by Dick Pryor

Have I Got a Story for You!
The checkered past of "fair and balanced" news in America
      By Philip Patterson

Life in the Post-Truth Era
Truth has become a matter of convenience.
      By Ralph Keyes

Hidden History
      By Hannibal B. Johnson

Fake News - How Did We Get Here?
       By Shad Satterthwaite

"Just the Facts, Ma'am"
Sleuthing for real news in a post-truth world
      By Christopher Keller

Democracy at Risk
 The American Media Under Attack
      By Mark Hanebutt

20 Questions
Finding a News Source You Can Trust
     By Dick Pryor

How America Lost Faith in Expertise
And Why That's a Giant Problem
      By Tom Nichols

Finding True North
The Power of Story
      By Darryl Tippens

Noteworthy from the Board of Trustees 
      By Ken Fergeson