C-Span and the Kinder Institute

We would like to give a special thanks to C-Span for helping us create an archive of recent Kinder Institute events:

Unbound Book Festival panel on “Is the First Amendment in Crisis,” with Kinder Institute and MU Law Associate Professor Carli Conklin (moderator), and panelists Stephanie Shonekan (Chair of MU’s Black Studies Department), David Von Drehle (Washington Post columnist), Lee Wilkins (MU Emeritus Professor of Journalism), and John Johnson (University of Northern Iowa Emeritus Professor of History) (video here)

Kinder Institute Chair in Constitutional Democracy Jay Sexton discusses “Peace Efforts Before the U.S. Entered World War I” on a panel with Chapman University Professor of History Jennifer Keene and National World War I Memorial and Museum Curator Lora Vogt (video here)

William Woods University Assistant Professor and Chair of History Craig Bruce Smith’s, “Early to Rise: Benjamin Franklin and the Creation of Ascending Honor” (video here)

Texas Christian University Professor of History and Director of the Center for Texas Studies Gene A. Smith’s Constitution Week Lecture, “Fulfilling Thomas Jefferson’s Empire of Liberty? Louisiana and Missouri” (video here)

University of Missouri Associate Professor of History Catherine Rymph’s book talk, “Raising Government Children” (video here)

Georgetown University Prof. of History, Ethics & Public Policy Center Analyst Henry Olsen, and MU Professor and Chair of History Catherine Rymph’s public conversation on “The Promise & Perils of Populism” (video here)

Stay tuned for more