Academic Workshops

Committed to supporting new perspectives on and interdisciplinary dialogue about the nation’s political history and traditions, the Kinder Institute sponsors a number of programs that bring scholars from around the region and nation to Columbia to share their research with members of the Kinder Institute and University of Missouri intellectual communities.

Full Schedule

  • “Thinking about Gerrymandering”: Colloquium with OU Prof. Keith Gaddie

    To kick off the Kinder Institute’s Spring 2018 Colloquium Series, University of Oklahoma Executive Faculty … Continued

  • “Gateway to Equality”: Spring 2018 Colloquium with MU Prof. Keona K. Ervin

    The Kinder Institute’s Friday Colloquium Series continues with MU Assistant Professor of History Keona K. … Continued

  • Workshop on Religions Exemptions as a Mechanism for Political Stability

    An annual tradition for our outgoing Postdocs, the Kinder Institute will host a February 2 … Continued

  • Colloquium on “Constituent Instructions” with MU’s Peverill Squire

    As part of our Spring 2018 Colloquium Series, University of Missouri Professor of Political Science … Continued

  • “From Polity to Exchange”: Spring 2018 MRSEAH with Professor Johann Neem

    For the first Spring 2018 meeting of the Missouri Regional Seminar on Early American History, … Continued

  • “Routinized Elections in the Early Republic”: Colloquium with MU’s Jay Dow

    Wrapping up a packed February colloquium schedule, MU Professor of Political Science and Kinder Institute … Continued

  • March 2018 Conference: Religion and Politics in Early America

    In partnership with the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, and with support … Continued

  • “Reagan Revisited”: Workshop with University of Texas’ Will Inboden

    For the second installment of the Kinder Institute’s Spring 2018 Political Science Academic Workshop Series, … Continued

  • Religion and the Postwar Politics of Immigration Reform: Workshop with Prof. Wendy Wall

    The Kinder Institute will host Binghamton University Associate Professor of History Wendy Wall on campus … Continued

  • “What’s the Matter with White Women?”: Colloquium with Prof. Laurel Shire

    Partially drawn from the introduction and first chapter of her recent book, The Threshold of … Continued

  • “Expressly Recognized by Our Election Laws”: April 2018 MRSEAH Meeting

    For the second MRSEAH meeting of the Spring 2018 semester, participants will gather in Columbia … Continued

  • “The American Empire”: Public Talk with University of Cambridge’s A. G. Hopkins

    Making a stop in Columbia on his scholarly world tour, University of Cambridge Emeritus Professor … Continued