May 2021
Photo: Painting by Athos Bulcão (Rodger Randle, taken at the Instituto Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro)
Activities of the Center are currently suspended due to the pandemic. We hold occassional events by Zoom. We would love to add you to our invitation list here and let us know your interested!
Connie Cronley:
A Life on Fire
November 16
(tentative date)
Oklahoma Statehood Day will be the launch of Connie Cronley's fascinating new book about Kate Barnard, the crusading reformer elected to be Oklahoma Commissioner of Charities and Corrections. She fought to humanize Oklahoma institutions, until the male political leaders of our state banded together to shut her down.
(details to follow)
The OU Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture works to promote community engagement in contemporary issues through activities that we organize and materials we publish on the web. Our activities are open to everyone, but a special emphasis is placed on serving OU students, staff, and faculty. We are located on the campus of OU-Tulsa, but we are involved globally. We are not an academic program.

For information about, Prof. Rodger Randle, Director of the Center, click here for English , clique aquí para português, y haga click acá para español.

We are proudly affiliated with the
OU Department of Human Relations.
We are the home of the
British Honorary Consulate
in Oklahoma.

OU Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture

Prof. Rodger A. Randle, Director
The University of Oklahoma Tulsa
4502 East 41st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135