The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at the University of Tulsa is the new home of the statewide oral history project Voices of Oklahoma. Dedicated to the preservation of Oklahoma history, Voices of Oklahoma has collected the stories of more than 160 individuals who shaped state culture, character and industry. Voices of Oklahoma enhances TU’s teaching, research and service mission while offering unique first-person accounts for students and faculty to examine the state’s history. TU not only will house and archive the Voices of Oklahoma, but will also provide student internships and support to assure its continued expansion.
October 28, 2014