University of Oklahoma  |  Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability


Events

Geo-Humanities Tea Hour

Ad-hoc, informal gatherings of our student and faculty community to build understanding of the field of Geo-humanities. We chat, critique, share, review, present, watch videos, and otherwise commune so that our research collectively grows.  Contact us to get on the listserve.  We video conference!

 Geography M.A. student Jack Swab presents his ongoing research on the work of mid-twentieth-century artist Gordon Matta-Clark. Thursday Nov. 16, 2017.

Geography M.A. student Jack Swab presents his ongoing research on the work of mid-twentieth-century artist Gordon Matta-Clark. Thursday Nov. 16, 2017.

 

Distinguished Speaker Series

The Distinguished Speaker Series is being kicked off this spring with 2 speakers with unique perspectives on cartography and modeling tools.

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Geo-Humanities Film Series

In 2017 we hosted a film series exploring the roles a diverse group of filmmakers play in responding to complex social and environmental issues.

If you have a suggestion for a film we could watch this year let us know! Contact us on and join us in an enriching discussion about film in the Geo-Humanities and how these films approach contemporary issues. 

Co-organized by Angela Person (a@ou.edu) and Laurel Smith (laurel@ou.edu).

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