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Shyanne Dickey Spotlight

Shyanne Dickey, a senior majoring in Studio Art, discusses her paintings featuring her family's history in a community of African American farmers in western Kansas.

From  Donovan Potts on February 24th, 2021 0  

REBROADCAST : How Long Til' Black Futures Month?

Andrew R. Belton is an assistant professor of Black diasporic literature and culture in the Department of English at Oklahoma State University. His current book project, Hip Hop Illiterate: Black…

From  OStateTV on February 22nd, 2021 1  

REBROADCAST : The Black Faculty and Staff Association Presents: A Professional Development Workshop 2021 Vision: Your Dreams Resurrected

The workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to learn more about the Black excellence of Black Wall Street before and after the Tulsa Race Massacre; understand financial wellness;…

From  Andy Wallace on February 20th, 2021 0  

REBROADCAST : Black History Month Alumni Athletic Panel

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs for a panel discussion with former athletes as they reflect on their experiences and discuss the importance of Black History Month. The program will be…

From  Andy Wallace on February 12th, 2021 0  

REBROADCAST : Reflections on the Legacy of Nancy Randolph Davis--Lessons Learned

Quraysh Ali Lansana is author of twenty books in poetry, nonfiction and children's literature. Lansana is a Tulsa Artist Fellow, acting director of the Center for Truth and Racial Healing &…

From  Andy Wallace on February 1st, 2021 0  

Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Laura Arata

Brian Hosmer talks with author Laura Arata about her book "Race and the Wild West Sarah Bickford, the Montana Vigilantes, and the Tourism of Decline, 1870–1930." Find "Race and…

From  Nina Thornton on December 7th, 2020 0  

Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Holly Karibo

Brian Hosmer and Holly Karibo discuss "Border Policing: A History of Enforcement and Evasion in North America," a book Dr. Karibo coedited with George T. Diaz. …

From  Nina Thornton on November 6th, 2020 0  

O-STATE Stories

O-STATE Stories, a project of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program, chronicles the rich history, heritage and traditions of Oklahoma State University. People, places and events unfold through…

From  Nina Thornton on October 29th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Jazz at OSU

Jazz it up on this episode of Flat, Cool & Acid-free with David Peters, Dr. Tommy Poole and Nina Thornton. Learn more about the Jazz Studies Program at OSU at jazz.okstate.edu/ …

From  Nina Thornton on August 27th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: The OSU Library Fountain

Listen in as we explore the details of the iconic Library fountain located on the OSU-Stillwater campus. Find the Archives online at https://archives.library.okstate.edu/ and interact with the…

From  Nina Thornton on July 29th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Publications of OSU

From agricultural experiment station reports to STATE magazine Kurt Anderson, researcher for the Oklahoma State University Archives, and David Peters, head of the OSU Archives, talk about campus…

From  Nina Thornton on June 29th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Legends and Mysteries

David Peters, Sarah Milligan and Samantha Mackey talk about legends and mysteries of OSU. Sarah talks about her love for folklore and how to evaluate and research the story. This episode features a…

From  Nina Thornton on May 27th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Museums and Archives

On this episode, David Peters and I talk with Christina Elliott and Carla Shelton from the OSU Museum of Art and we explore the links between museums and archives. University Archives Website:…

From  Nina Thornton on April 27th, 2020 0  

Flat, Cool & Acid-free: OSU History Every Cowboy Should Know

From the OAMC name change to waving wheat, Samantha Mackey, Archives Digital Storytelling intern, and David Peters, head of the University Archives, discuss historical facts about OSU that every…

From  Nina Thornton on March 26th, 2020 0