September 2021
Photo: Woodward Park, Tulsa (Rodger Randle)

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Our Next Event:
A Long Distance Call
to Hong Kong
Date to be announced
Be part of the conversation as we talk to Austin Ramzy, New York Times correcpondent in Hong Kong, about the latest developments in Asia.
(to be conducted via Zoom)
Click here for a full list of coming activities.
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. We are located on the campus of OU-Tulsa, but we are involved globally. We are not an academic program.

For more information about us,
click here.

We are the home of the
British Honorary Consulate
in Oklahoma.
The seal of the Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture depicts the island of Rokovoko at sunset.

The motto of the Center is
"Klaatu Barada Nikto"

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