NORMAN, OKLA. – Twelve nationally renowned historians, law professors and political scientists will speak at the University of Oklahoma’s 2023 Teach-In, a single-day lecture series designed to engage the broader community on civic education through history.
This year’s Teach-In will focus on “Native Americans and the Constitutional Order” and will be held Wednesday, March 8, with lectures taking place at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, 2401 Chautauqua Ave., on OU’s Norman campus. Opening remarks will begin at 9 a.m., with the final presentation at 3:15 p.m., which includes a participant roundtable.
This year’s event marks the return of the Teach-In, which began in 2012, but due to the pandemic, has not been held since 2020. The event has attracted some of the nation’s leading scholars, practitioners and commentators to OU to discuss historical, social and political events that have shaped America’s heritage. The daylong event is hosted by the OU Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage and is open to the public at no cost to participants.
Reservations are required for all sessions, subject to availability. For more information, including speaker bios, reservations and accommodations, visit ou.edu/teach-in.
About the University of Oklahoma
Founded in 1890, the University of Oklahoma is a public research university located in Norman, Oklahoma. OU serves the educational, cultural, economic and health care needs of the state, region and nation. For more information visit ou.edu.