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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  • History Department Homecoming Colloquium with Ben Park and Steven Carl Smith

    A pair of ex-Columbians will make their triumphant return to campus to kick off Homecoming … Continued

  • “Dangerous Ground”: On 19th Century Squatters with new Postdoc John Suval

    A bi-annual tradition for all incoming postdocs during their first semester on campus, John Suval, … Continued

  • “To Feed the Empire”: 11/2 MRSEAH with Kinder Institute Prof. Alyssa Zuercher Reichardt

    The Missouri Regional Seminar on Early American History returns to Café Napoli in Clayton, MO, … Continued

  • On the Origins of the American Revolution: Colloquium with MU’s Rachel Banke

    Recent University of Notre Dame Ph.D. and current Postdoctoral Fellow in the MU Department of … Continued

  • “The Persistent Radicalism of 1776”: Colloquium with Prof. Ken Owen

    For the final colloquium of the Fall 2018 semester, University of Illinois-Springfield Assistant Professor of … Continued

  • 2019 Shawnee Trail Conference: Call-for-Submissions (12/15 Deadline)

    A yearly gathering of scholars of American politics and constitutionalism, broadly defined to encompass the … Continued

  • A Fire Bell in the Past: The Missouri Crisis at 200, Feb. 2019 Conference

    On February 15-16, 2019, as near as possible to the 200th anniversary of the Tallmadge … Continued