Black and white image of protest group marching through a wintery field. A sign reads "Hands Off Wet'suwet'en" with a hill and some trees in the background - Wet'suwet'en Solidarity Event - Indigenous and Settler Youth March from Eglinton Park and Occupy

Pipeline controversies and epistemic justice: Spill science, material politics, and Indigenous resistance in Northern BC

Friday March 12, 2021 12PM CT Anthony Levenda (OU Assistant Professor, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, 2021 Arts and Humanities Forum Faculty Grantee) Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma. His work focuses on environmental politics and governance, especially related to cities and Read more…

a woman sits facing away from the camera on a sofa at the edge of the train tracks as a train approaches. Black and white still from the film Oklahoma Mon Amour (dir. Carolina Rueda)

Oklahoma Mon Amour: The Impossible South

A discussion of the film Oklahoma Mon Amour (dir. Carolina Rueda, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies and 202-21 Arts & Humanities Forum Faculty Grantee at the University of Oklahoma.) Celestino Deleyto Professor of Film and English Literature at the University of Zaragoza. His research interests include Film Theory Read more…

A painting by french artist Honore Daumier "The Chess Players" 1836. Two men nplay chess in a darkened room.

Lynne Ambrosini and Patricia Mainardi

Lynne Ambrosini and Patricia Mainardi November 13, 1-2 PM CT Moderated by Erin Duncan-O’Neill (OU Assistant Professor of Art History) Live on Zoom Lynne Ambrosini “Creating the Impressionist Landscape: The Compositional Inventions of Charles François Daubigny.”  Working more extensively in the open air than preceding artists, Charles François Daubigny (1817–1878) Read more…