Upcoming Events at the University of Missouri



Kinder Institute on Constitutional Studies

For a full report on September events, which included a Pulitzer Centennial Lecture with UC-Davis Prof. Eric Rauchway and a series of workshops with new postdoctoral fellows in history, the fall newsletter can be accessed here.

Programming for the NEH’s “Humanities in the Public Square” grant initiative:

November 10 lunch lecture on the importance of the humanities in contemporary society with University of Notre Dame Research Professor Donald Drakeman (details about how to reserve a seat for the talk can be found here).

10/14 Co-sponsored NEH Lecture with Emory’s Carol Anderson

10/27 NEH Lecture with Penn’s Adolph Reed

11/1 Inaugural Kinder Institute Chair Lecture with Jay Sexton

11/1 “Democracy at the Movies” free screening of Primary Color

Founded in 2014, the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy is an interdisciplinary academic center at the University of Missouri dedicated to promoting excellence in teaching and scholarship on American political thought and history.

Click here for more information about the Kinder Institute.

And to learn about its new Scholarship Fund for undergraduate studies, please visit here.