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Wednesday's Book Review: "Bound for Santa Fe"

Bound for Santa Fe: The Road to New Mexico and the American Conquest, 1806-1848. By Stephen G. Hyslop. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Xiii + 514 pp. 453 more words


The Marketeers Club: December & January Exhibit Round Up

Emily Giller is the exhibits coordinator and media planner in the marketing department. 

Association of Jewish Studies (AJS)

December 14-16, 2014 (Baltimore, MD)

JPS conference attendee: Rabbi Barry Schwartz, Director of… 648 more words


Wednesday's Book Review: "Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen"

Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen: The Films of William F. Cody. By Sandra K. Sagala. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2013.

Who would have thought it? 306 more words


Rhapsody in Black: Poems

by Jidi Majia; translated by Denis Mair
University of Oklahoma Press, 2014

An indigenous poet of the Nuosu (Yi) people of mountainous southwestern China, Jidi Majia is well known and celebrated among the Chinese. 218 more words


Quoting the Experts

“No writer sitting down at his typewriter can be absolutely sure what will emerge.” Quote by Foster-Harris, from The Basic Patterns of Plot, the University of Oklahoma Press. 152 more words

Freeda Baker Nichols

New Book: American Indians and the Mass Media

From the University of Oklahoma Press, edited by Meta G. Carstarphen and John P. Sanchez:

Mention “American Indian,” and the first image that comes to most people’s minds is likely to be a figment of the American mass media: A war-bonneted chief.

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