title

Amplified Oklahoma

Oklahoma Oral History Research Program

0
Followers
0
Plays
Amplified Oklahoma

Amplified Oklahoma

Oklahoma Oral History Research Program

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Amplified Oklahoma shares voices from the OSU Library's oral history collections and examines a variety of topics related to Oklahoma history and culture. It is a production of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at the Oklahoma State University Library.

Latest Episodes

Episode 44: Before the Plague - Stories of coming out and coming to terms with AIDS

In this episode, we share the stories of LGBT+ Oklahomans and their experiences in the AIDS epidemic. View the show notes here.

17 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
Episode 44: Before the Plague - Stories of coming out and coming to terms with AIDS

Episode 43: Norma Howard on Native Art

In this episode, we explore the art and life of Choctaw-Chickasaw artist Norma Howard and the importance of documenting Native American art across the state of Oklahoma. View the show notes here.

21 MIN2019 NOV 23
Comments
Episode 43: Norma Howard on Native Art

Episode 42: Doel Reed and Southwest Art in Taos, New Mexico

In this episode, we explore the legacy of Doel and Martha Reed on campus and in the worlds of southwestern art and fashion. View the show notes here.

19 MIN2019 OCT 26
Comments
Episode 42: Doel Reed and Southwest Art in Taos, New Mexico

Episode 41: Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society

This month, we’re exploring Oklahoma State University's involvement in the political activism of the 1960s by featuring excerpts from members of the Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society, a politically active student organization during the 1960s. View the show noteshere.

24 MIN2019 SEP 21
Comments
Episode 41: Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society

Episode 40: Gay Bravery

In this episode, we highlighting the bravery, perseverance, and actions of OSU alumni, faculty, and staff and the moments that shaped their lives, worldviews, and communities. View the show notes here.

13 MIN2019 AUG 16
Comments
Episode 40: Gay Bravery

Episode 39: Women on the Home Front

In this episode, we explore the many ways women supported the war effort during World War II. View the show notes here.

21 MIN2019 JUL 19
Comments
Episode 39: Women on the Home Front

Episode 38: Angie Debo

This month, we’re looking at the legacy of "Oklahoma's Greatest Historian" Dr. Angie Debo and her incredible career as an author, historian, and pioneering female scholar. View the show notes here.

25 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
Episode 38: Angie Debo

Episode 37: OSU in Ethiopia

In this episode, we’re talking about an Emperor, a President, and the relationship between OSU and Ethiopia’s first university. View the show notes here.

18 MIN2019 MAY 24
Comments
Episode 37: OSU in Ethiopia

Normalcy in the Dust Bowl

There are many ideas about what the Dust Bowl was like in popular culture. Black blizzards, starvation, and human displacement, all of these are true. But these ideas have commonly over sensationalized the human experience of the Dust Bowl. While it was one of the greatest ecological mistakes in American history, a lack of social history prevents us from understanding the way in which people endured and succeeded during that time. This month on Amplified Oklahoma, we’re exploring the everyday lives of peo

17 MIN2019 APR 19
Comments
Normalcy in the Dust Bowl

Episode 35: Dragonfly

Oklahoma State University is more likely to be known for football than drag queens, but for years there’s been an annual event that brings a variety of communities together: Dragonfly. This month, we’re exploring the history of Dragonfly, a student-run drag show at OSU since 2003. We’ll listen to interviews with students and former advisors from the OSU Diverse Sexuality and Gender Oral History Project discuss how the show got started and how it came to be so popular among students both inside and out

18 MIN2019 MAR 29
Comments
Episode 35: Dragonfly

Latest Episodes

Episode 44: Before the Plague - Stories of coming out and coming to terms with AIDS

In this episode, we share the stories of LGBT+ Oklahomans and their experiences in the AIDS epidemic. View the show notes here.

17 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
Episode 44: Before the Plague - Stories of coming out and coming to terms with AIDS

Episode 43: Norma Howard on Native Art

In this episode, we explore the art and life of Choctaw-Chickasaw artist Norma Howard and the importance of documenting Native American art across the state of Oklahoma. View the show notes here.

21 MIN2019 NOV 23
Comments
Episode 43: Norma Howard on Native Art

Episode 42: Doel Reed and Southwest Art in Taos, New Mexico

In this episode, we explore the legacy of Doel and Martha Reed on campus and in the worlds of southwestern art and fashion. View the show notes here.

19 MIN2019 OCT 26
Comments
Episode 42: Doel Reed and Southwest Art in Taos, New Mexico

Episode 41: Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society

This month, we’re exploring Oklahoma State University's involvement in the political activism of the 1960s by featuring excerpts from members of the Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society, a politically active student organization during the 1960s. View the show noteshere.

24 MIN2019 SEP 21
Comments
Episode 41: Friday Afternoon Tea and Glee Society

Episode 40: Gay Bravery

In this episode, we highlighting the bravery, perseverance, and actions of OSU alumni, faculty, and staff and the moments that shaped their lives, worldviews, and communities. View the show notes here.

13 MIN2019 AUG 16
Comments
Episode 40: Gay Bravery

Episode 39: Women on the Home Front

In this episode, we explore the many ways women supported the war effort during World War II. View the show notes here.

21 MIN2019 JUL 19
Comments
Episode 39: Women on the Home Front

Episode 38: Angie Debo

This month, we’re looking at the legacy of "Oklahoma's Greatest Historian" Dr. Angie Debo and her incredible career as an author, historian, and pioneering female scholar. View the show notes here.

25 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
Episode 38: Angie Debo

Episode 37: OSU in Ethiopia

In this episode, we’re talking about an Emperor, a President, and the relationship between OSU and Ethiopia’s first university. View the show notes here.

18 MIN2019 MAY 24
Comments
Episode 37: OSU in Ethiopia

Normalcy in the Dust Bowl

There are many ideas about what the Dust Bowl was like in popular culture. Black blizzards, starvation, and human displacement, all of these are true. But these ideas have commonly over sensationalized the human experience of the Dust Bowl. While it was one of the greatest ecological mistakes in American history, a lack of social history prevents us from understanding the way in which people endured and succeeded during that time. This month on Amplified Oklahoma, we’re exploring the everyday lives of peo

17 MIN2019 APR 19
Comments
Normalcy in the Dust Bowl

Episode 35: Dragonfly

Oklahoma State University is more likely to be known for football than drag queens, but for years there’s been an annual event that brings a variety of communities together: Dragonfly. This month, we’re exploring the history of Dragonfly, a student-run drag show at OSU since 2003. We’ll listen to interviews with students and former advisors from the OSU Diverse Sexuality and Gender Oral History Project discuss how the show got started and how it came to be so popular among students both inside and out

18 MIN2019 MAR 29
Comments
Episode 35: Dragonfly
hmly
himalayaプレミアムへようこそ聴き放題のオーディオブックをお楽しみください。