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Spring 1979


"Oklahoma Women" was a year-long experimental seminar at the University of Oklahoma designed to teach research skills and to discover what a few women could learn in a short time about the literature and history of the women of our region. In the first semester, we did research on Oklahoma women, and in the second, public programming based on that research Students learned directly how to do research in the humani ties and did individual work on research projects and group work on the public programs. A photographic exhibit for a local conference on women's work, a community-wide series of programs in women's history in the Lawton area, and a booklet on the seminar's own group process were some of the results, but the heart of the seminar was a series of research papers which are now in the University of Oklahoma Library in the Western History Collection.



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