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McFarlin Fellows Event

The University of Tulsa’s Department of Special Collections and University Archives, and McFarlin Fellows is holding and eventon Thursday, February 20th in honor of TU’s very own Professor Joseph Kestner. Dr. Kestner serves as McFarlin Professor of English and Professor … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows

The University of Tulsa’s Department of Special Collections and University Archives, and McFarlin Fellows will hold a dinner on November 7th, in honor of leading British writer, historian and biographer Patrick French. French will be giving his lecture, “On the … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows Welcome Joli Jensen

Joli Jensen serves as the Hazel Rogers Endowed Chair in Communication at The University of Tulsa. This fall she will be the inaugural Henneke Academic Writing Fellow for 2012-2014, designing and implementing a writing support program for TU faculty. She … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows welcome Timothy Egan

Timothy Egan is the author of six books, including his book on the dust bowl, The Worst Hard Time. It won the National Book Award for nonfiction, considered one of the nation’s highest literary honors. He also shares a Pulitzer … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows Welcome Professor Brian Hosmer

Dr. Brian Hosmer serves as the H.G. Barnard Associate Professor of Western American History at the University of Tulsa. Prior to joining TU, he served as Director of the Newberry Library’s D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian Studies Consortium. He … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows welcome author Merlin Holland

On April 12, 2011, the McFarlin Fellows welcome author, biographer and editor Merlin Holland, presented by the Darcy O’Brien Endowed Chair. Holland, the only grandson of Oscar Wilde, was brought up and educated in England and spent a fragmented life … Continue reading

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McFarlin Fellows welcome playwright Dr. David Feldshuh

On February 17, 2011, the McFarlin Fellows, in conjunction with Black History Month, welcome playwright David Feldshuh, Ph.D., M.D. Dr. Feldshuh is best known for his play Miss Evers’ Boys, which received the New American Play Award, was nominated for … Continue reading

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