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Pulitizer Prize winning poet Tracy K. Smith comes to OCU April 2, 2014.
4/2/2014 10:00:00 AM-4/2/2014 8:00:00 PM
The OCU Film Institute begins its 32nd year September 22, 2013; the fall book discussion series "Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma" begins the "Making Sense of the American Civil War" series on September 10, 2013; and the 16th Annual Spring Documentary Film Series begins on Sunday, March 30, 2014. Check this site regularly to find details on these and other programs. For more info: www.okcu.edu/film-lit/
For more info: www.okcu.edu/film-lit/

 
Winter 2014Muslim Journeys: American Stories
Fall 2013Making Sense of the American Civil War
Winter 2013Myth and Literature
Fall 2012Native American Writers of the Plains
Winter 2012The Oklahoma Experience: From Wilderness to Metropolis
Fall 2011MUCH DEPENDS ON DINNER:What we eat, how we prepare and serve it, and what it says about who we are
Winter 2011What America Reads: Myth Making in Popular Fiction
Fall 2010Rebirth of a Nation: Nationalism and the Civil War
Winter 2010Journey Stories
Fall 2009The Worst Hard Time Revisited: Oklahoma in the Dust Bowl Years
Winter 2009Do You See What I See: Growing Up in the Wide World? Contemporary World Literature
Fall 2008American Icons: The American President
Winter 2008Mysterious Fears and Ghastly Longings
Fall 2007Crime and Comedy: The Lighter Side of Crime and Misdemeanor
Winter 2007THE OKLAHOMA EXPERIENCE: THE THIRTIES
Fall 2006Invisibility and Identity: The Search for Self in African American Fiction
Winter 2006THE JOURNEY INWARD: WOMEN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Fall 2005Piecing the Quilt, Stirring the Stew: Ethnic American Women's Voices
Winter 2005The Oklahoma Experience: Re-Vison--Reading and Discussing
Fall 2004Vietnam
Winter 2004Crime and Punishment
Fall 2003The American Renaissance
Winter 2003Friendship in Literature: Reading and Discussing
Fall 2002The Gilded Age: The Emergence of Mondern America
Winter 2002Private Investigations: Hard-Boiled and Soft-Hearted Heroes
Fall 2001Liberty and Violence: The Heritage of the French Revolution
Winter 2001Many Trails, Many Tribes: Images of American Indians in Contemporary Fiction
Fall 2000Individual Rights and Community in America
Winter 2000Making a Living, Making a Life: Work and Its Rewards in a Changing America
Fall 1999Los Americanos Desconocidos (The Unknown Americans): Contemporary Latin American Literature
Winter 1999Generation to Generation: Contemporary Young Adult Fiction
Fall 1998Being Ethnic, Becoming American: Struggles, Successes, Symbols
Winter 1998Writing Worlds: The Art of Seeing In Antrhopology, Fiction, and Autobiography
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