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Pultizer Prize winning poet Tracy K. Smith comes to OCU on 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:
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The OCU Film Institute offers the university and the greater Oklahoma City community the opportunity to view classic and contemporary international films. Its thirty-second year begins on September 22, 2013. All films begin at 2 pm, in the Kerr McGee Auditorium in the Meinders School of Business. The series theme will be "Living One^s Faith in a Pluralistic or a Totalitarian World?" and material from Eboo Patelís book "Acts of Faith" will be used. Since 1983, the Institute has been screening eight to ten films per year on designated Sunday afternoons to an audience of 150 to 250 people. Each year the series focuses on a theme, and reading material on the theme and individual films is available at the showings. A discussion session follows each screening. The films are also available for university courses. In 1996, the Oklahoma Humanities Council awarded the Institute one of four awards for excellence in humanities programming over the past twenty-five years in the state of Oklahoma. The film series is supported by OCU, the OCU Film Institute Endowment, the Designated Endowment in the Community Foundation of the Kirkpatrick Family Fund, and the Thatcher Hoffman Smith Endowment for the Center for Interpersonal Studies through Film and Literature. Bryan Kimmey, Coordinator; Dr. Harbour Winn, Director.

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