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Oklahoma Humanities Magazine

Culture. Issues. Ideas.

Oklahoma Humanities magazine fosters conversation and new perspectives through articles, interviews, and beautiful color images. From public policy issues to cultural heritage, you'll find an engaging forum for new ideas and productive civil discourse.

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Click here to read the complete Fall | Winter 2019 issue or link to individual articles below.

Perspective from the Executive Director 
      By Caroline Lowery

Post | Social Media | Messages

The Editor's Desk 
      By Carla Walker

Miller Time: When the End Wasn't
The man who predicted the end of the world.
      By Matt McCook

 A Literary Take on Time
Stories and poems reveal our obsession with time. 
      By Christopher Malone

The New Year: A Touchstone for Time
The ritual and revelry of marking the New Year.
      By Alexis McCrossen

Oklahoma Poets
 Perspectives on Time. 

A writer's search for what endures. 
      By Stephen Goodwin

 Against Tinsel and Trickery: Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
Communicating the tenuous threads of connection. 
      By John Bruce

Time Is a Tiger 
The imaginative worlds of Jorge Luis Borges. 
      By Pedro Blas Gonzalez

Patience And Other Lessons of Time 
     By Pamela Chew

Losing Time -- And Finding It 
Memories are the true timekeepers.
     By Kimberly Roblin

From the Board of Trustees | 2018 Annual Report   
      By Dr. Scott LaMascus