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“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Feb. 5 with ‘Green Grass, Running Water’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2019 series “Wade in the Water,” continues February 5th with Thomas King’s Green Grass, Running Water (1993) 6:30 PM in Room 151 of Walker Center Petree College of […]

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“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” begins Jan. 22 with ‘A Long Walk to Water’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2019 series “Wade in the Water,” begins Tuesday January 22nd with Linda Sue Park’s A Long Walk to Water (2010) 6:30 PM in Room 151 of Walker […]

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“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Oct. 23 with ‘Jump and Other Stories’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series “Living with Limits,” continues October 23rd with ‘Jump and Other Stories (1991)’ Dr. Brandon Katzir, Oklahoma City University Department of English and Modern Languages, presents ‘Jump and Other […]

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“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Oct. 9 with ‘Gilead’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series “Living with Limits,” continues October 9th with ‘Gilead (2004)’ Dr. Karen Youmans, Oklahoma City University Honors Program, presents ‘Gilead,’ by Marilynne Robinson. In the Pulitzer Prize and […]

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“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Sept. 18 with ‘Slaughterhouse-Five’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series “Living with Limits,” continues September 18th with ‘Slaughterhouse-Five (1969)’ Dr. Harbour Winn, Oklahoma City University Professor of Emeritus of English, presents ‘Slaughterhouse-Five,’ by Kurt Vonnegut. In this […]

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“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” Book Club, Fall 2018

Living with Limits: A New “Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” Theme at Oklahoma City University, Fall 2018 Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma (LTAIO) offers more than your average book club. […]

Last great chief of the North American Comanche indian tribe Quanah Parker (c. 1840 - 1911) stands and poses for a photograph, late 19th Century. Parker, the son of captive woman Cynthia Ann Parker and Chief Peta Nocone, led raids on settlements in Texas from 1867 to 1875. After capture he became rich as the business manager for the Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache tribes. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

“Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma” continues Feb. 6 with ‘Empire of the Summer Moon’

Let’s Talk About it, Oklahoma’s 2018 series War, Not War, and Peace, continues on February 6th with Empire of the Summer Moon. Russ Tallchief (Osage), of Oklahoma City University, presents S. […]

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“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” wraps up with: ‘The Son’ Nov. 7

The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series at Oklahoma City University will return in September with the theme The American Frontier: A Pulitzer Prize Centennial Series. The discussions are […]

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“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” Continues With: ‘Son of the Wilderness’ Oct. 24

The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series at Oklahoma City University will return in September with the theme The American Frontier: A Pulitzer Prize Centennial Series. The discussions are […]

“Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma” Continues with: ‘The Way West’ Oct. 10

The Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma book discussion series at Oklahoma City University will return in September with the theme The American Frontier: A Pulitzer Prize Centennial Series. The discussions are […]