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.

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  • Premature Independence: Missouri Regional Seminar with UVA’s Alan Taylor

    The 2017-18 Missouri Regional Seminar on Early American History will kick off on October 5, … Continued

  • Berlin Calling: History Colloquium with Paul Hockenos

    The Kinder Institute will host writer and political analyst Paul Hockenos on October 9 for … Continued

  • Debating the Legacy of Loving v. Virginia: Workshop with Boston Univ.’s Linda C. McClain

    The Kinder Institute invites scholars from across all disciplines on campus to a workshop discussion … Continued

  • Raising Government Children: Book Talk with MU’s Catherine Rymph

    Half-launch party, half-Friday Colloquium Series event, University of Missouri Associate Professor of History and Kinder … Continued

  • Conservatives and the Constitution: Fall 2017 Book Conference

    On November 2 and 3, the Kinder Institute will host leading scholars of American constitutionalism … Continued

  • Towards a Global Intellectual History of Gold: Panel with the Gold Rush Trio

    You…are not much inclined to devote yourself to purely intellectual pursuits; but you can grasp … Continued

  • “Civil War Conservatism”: History Colloquium with UCL’s Adam I.P. Smith

    For our final Friday History Colloquium Series event of the Fall 2017 semester, University College … Continued

  • 2018 Shawnee Trail Conference Call-for-Submissions

    The Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy and the Center for Government and the Individual at … Continued