Nation’s Leading Historians to Headline OU ‘Teach-In on American Immigration in Global

Five nationally renowned historians and authors will speak at the University of Oklahoma’s 2020 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 “American Immigration in Global and Historical Context” and will be held Monday, March 9, with lectures taking place in the Paul F. Sharp Concert Hall in Catlett Music Center, 500 W. Boyd St., on OU’s Norman campus.

Since its inception in 2012, the Teach-In has attracted to OU some of the nation’s leading scholars, practitioners and commentators to discuss 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.

Reservations are required for all sessions. For reservations, more information and accommodations, visit, email

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