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Latest Episodes

"The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States" (Encore)

(Note: This interview first aired back in May.) Our guest is Walter Johnson, the Winthrop Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. His new book is a far-reaching, unflinching, and complicated account of race relations in his hometown: St. Louis, Missouri. From Lewis and Clark's 1804 expedition to the 2014 uprising in Ferguson, the course of American events, Johnson argues, has been charted in St. Louis. His book moreover shows how the

29 min2 d ago
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"The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States" (Encore)

"The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War"

Our guest is David Nasaw, the bestselling author and noted historian who, until last year, served as the Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Professor of History at the CUNY Graduate Center. He joins us to discuss his new book, "The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War." It offers a far-reaching history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII, a disparate group that Nasaw refers to as "the last million." As explained in this careful documentation of

28 min3 d ago
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"The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War"

"MS-13: The Making of America's Most Notorious Gang"

The organization known as MS-13 -- often in the headlines, especially since they've been repeatedly referred to by President Trump -- is thought to have approximately ten thousand members located in dozens of states across the US, and it's routinely linked to thousands of murders each year in this country and abroad. But MS-13 is also widely misunderstood, as we learn on today's ST. Our guest is the journalist and longtime organized crime investigator, Steven Dudley, who tell us about his latest

29 min3 d ago
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"MS-13: The Making of America's Most Notorious Gang"

"Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World"

It's scary, but by now it's also obvious -- our environment today contains thousands (literally, thousands) of toxic chemicals that it did NOT contain just a few decades ago. How are these chemicals affecting our health? And what can we, as individuals, do about this? Our guest on ST Medical Monday is the co-author of a new book called "Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World." Dr. Aly Cohen is a board certified rheumatologist and integrative medicine specialist, as well as an

29 min6 d ago
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"Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World"

Signature Symphony to Soon Play Beethoven's 5th Symphony at ONEOK Field

Tomorrow night -- Saturday the 19th, at 7:30pm -- the Signature Symphony will perform an outdoor, socially-distanced concert in downtown Tulsa at ONEOK Field. Beethoven's 5th will be on the program for this one-hour concert, along with music composed by Randy Newman for the popular 1984 film, "The Natural," as well as a piece composed in honor of Stephen Goforth, a long-time Signature musician who died earlier this year. (More on this concert, including how to get tickets, is posted here .) Our

29 min1 w ago
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Signature Symphony to Soon Play Beethoven's 5th Symphony at ONEOK Field

"The Oath and the Office" -- TU Presents a Public Talk by Corey Brettschneider

Our guest is TU's Phi Beta Kappa Carl F. Cranor Visiting Scholar, Corey Brettschneider. He joins us to talk about his recent book, "The Oath and the Office." This book will form the basis for his upcoming, free-to-the-public Phi Beta Kappa lecture, which Brettschneider will give online this evening (the 17th) at 5pm. (Information on how to register for this lecture is posted here .) The book both explains and explores the powers, and the limits, that our Constitution assigns to the presidency.

28 min1 w ago
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"The Oath and the Office" -- TU Presents a Public Talk by Corey Brettschneider

Kojo Asamoa-Caesar: Now Running for Congress in Oklahoma’s First District

On this edition of StudioTulsa, we get to know Kojo Asamoa-Caesar, who is the Democrat running for Congress in Oklahoma's First District. As noted at his campaign website : "Asamoa-Caesar is a first-generation American, the son of a certified nursing assistant and a taxi driver who were drawn to the United States from Ghana by the call of the American Dream.... After graduating [from the College of William & Mary Law School], rather than entering a career in law, Kojo decided to join Teach

29 min1 w ago
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Kojo Asamoa-Caesar: Now Running for Congress in Oklahoma’s First District

"Show Them You're Good: A Portrait of Boys in the City of Angels the Year before College"

Our guest is the writer Jeff Hobbs, whose new book closely follows four Los Angeles high school boys as they apply to college. These four teens are seniors at two very different high schools in L.A. -- one in Compton, the other in Beverly Hills -- and by telling their individual, personal stories, Hobbs reveals what our nation's young people (across all socio-economic backgrounds) are now confronting at home, at school, among peers, and throughout society. As per The New York Times Book Review:

28 min1 w ago
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"Show Them You're Good: A Portrait of Boys in the City of Angels the Year before College"

ST Medical Monday: News and Notes Regarding Bariatric Surgery

On this edition of our program, we learn about bariatric surgery, also known as weight-loss surgery. Once thought of in strictly "cosmetic" terms, the procedure has become more common, and more applicable, in recent years. Indeed, bariatric surgery is now known to foster significant loss of weight, recovery from diabetes, and improvement in the risk of cardiovascular issues. Our guest is a faculty member at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine and a specialist in bariatric procedures, Dr.

28 min1 w ago
Comments
ST Medical Monday: News and Notes Regarding Bariatric Surgery

"Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma"

We're pleased to welcome the Tulsa-based attorney, historian, and author Hannibal B. Johnson back to StudioTulsa. An active and well-respected expert on matters of diversity, inclusion, and social justice, Johnson is also the education chair for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Commission. He joins us to discuss his newest book, "Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma." As was noted of this volume by Dr. Scott Ellsworth of the University of Michigan's

28 min2 w ago
Comments
"Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma"

Latest Episodes

"The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States" (Encore)

(Note: This interview first aired back in May.) Our guest is Walter Johnson, the Winthrop Professor of History and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. His new book is a far-reaching, unflinching, and complicated account of race relations in his hometown: St. Louis, Missouri. From Lewis and Clark's 1804 expedition to the 2014 uprising in Ferguson, the course of American events, Johnson argues, has been charted in St. Louis. His book moreover shows how the

29 min2 d ago
Comments
"The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States" (Encore)

"The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War"

Our guest is David Nasaw, the bestselling author and noted historian who, until last year, served as the Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Professor of History at the CUNY Graduate Center. He joins us to discuss his new book, "The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War." It offers a far-reaching history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII, a disparate group that Nasaw refers to as "the last million." As explained in this careful documentation of

28 min3 d ago
Comments
"The Last Million: Europe's Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War"

"MS-13: The Making of America's Most Notorious Gang"

The organization known as MS-13 -- often in the headlines, especially since they've been repeatedly referred to by President Trump -- is thought to have approximately ten thousand members located in dozens of states across the US, and it's routinely linked to thousands of murders each year in this country and abroad. But MS-13 is also widely misunderstood, as we learn on today's ST. Our guest is the journalist and longtime organized crime investigator, Steven Dudley, who tell us about his latest

29 min3 d ago
Comments
"MS-13: The Making of America's Most Notorious Gang"

"Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World"

It's scary, but by now it's also obvious -- our environment today contains thousands (literally, thousands) of toxic chemicals that it did NOT contain just a few decades ago. How are these chemicals affecting our health? And what can we, as individuals, do about this? Our guest on ST Medical Monday is the co-author of a new book called "Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World." Dr. Aly Cohen is a board certified rheumatologist and integrative medicine specialist, as well as an

29 min6 d ago
Comments
"Non-Toxic: Guide to Living Healthy in a Chemical World"

Signature Symphony to Soon Play Beethoven's 5th Symphony at ONEOK Field

Tomorrow night -- Saturday the 19th, at 7:30pm -- the Signature Symphony will perform an outdoor, socially-distanced concert in downtown Tulsa at ONEOK Field. Beethoven's 5th will be on the program for this one-hour concert, along with music composed by Randy Newman for the popular 1984 film, "The Natural," as well as a piece composed in honor of Stephen Goforth, a long-time Signature musician who died earlier this year. (More on this concert, including how to get tickets, is posted here .) Our

29 min1 w ago
Comments
Signature Symphony to Soon Play Beethoven's 5th Symphony at ONEOK Field

"The Oath and the Office" -- TU Presents a Public Talk by Corey Brettschneider

Our guest is TU's Phi Beta Kappa Carl F. Cranor Visiting Scholar, Corey Brettschneider. He joins us to talk about his recent book, "The Oath and the Office." This book will form the basis for his upcoming, free-to-the-public Phi Beta Kappa lecture, which Brettschneider will give online this evening (the 17th) at 5pm. (Information on how to register for this lecture is posted here .) The book both explains and explores the powers, and the limits, that our Constitution assigns to the presidency.

28 min1 w ago
Comments
"The Oath and the Office" -- TU Presents a Public Talk by Corey Brettschneider

Kojo Asamoa-Caesar: Now Running for Congress in Oklahoma’s First District

On this edition of StudioTulsa, we get to know Kojo Asamoa-Caesar, who is the Democrat running for Congress in Oklahoma's First District. As noted at his campaign website : "Asamoa-Caesar is a first-generation American, the son of a certified nursing assistant and a taxi driver who were drawn to the United States from Ghana by the call of the American Dream.... After graduating [from the College of William & Mary Law School], rather than entering a career in law, Kojo decided to join Teach

29 min1 w ago
Comments
Kojo Asamoa-Caesar: Now Running for Congress in Oklahoma’s First District

"Show Them You're Good: A Portrait of Boys in the City of Angels the Year before College"

Our guest is the writer Jeff Hobbs, whose new book closely follows four Los Angeles high school boys as they apply to college. These four teens are seniors at two very different high schools in L.A. -- one in Compton, the other in Beverly Hills -- and by telling their individual, personal stories, Hobbs reveals what our nation's young people (across all socio-economic backgrounds) are now confronting at home, at school, among peers, and throughout society. As per The New York Times Book Review:

28 min1 w ago
Comments
"Show Them You're Good: A Portrait of Boys in the City of Angels the Year before College"

ST Medical Monday: News and Notes Regarding Bariatric Surgery

On this edition of our program, we learn about bariatric surgery, also known as weight-loss surgery. Once thought of in strictly "cosmetic" terms, the procedure has become more common, and more applicable, in recent years. Indeed, bariatric surgery is now known to foster significant loss of weight, recovery from diabetes, and improvement in the risk of cardiovascular issues. Our guest is a faculty member at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine and a specialist in bariatric procedures, Dr.

28 min1 w ago
Comments
ST Medical Monday: News and Notes Regarding Bariatric Surgery

"Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma"

We're pleased to welcome the Tulsa-based attorney, historian, and author Hannibal B. Johnson back to StudioTulsa. An active and well-respected expert on matters of diversity, inclusion, and social justice, Johnson is also the education chair for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Commission. He joins us to discuss his newest book, "Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma." As was noted of this volume by Dr. Scott Ellsworth of the University of Michigan's

28 min2 w ago
Comments
"Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma"
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