The Missouri Conference on History seeks paper, panel, and student poster proposals in all fields of history. The conference is particularly interested in proposals for complete sessions, including panelists, chair, and commentator. Submit a proposal now.
Register now to enjoy presentations of new research on a wide variety of topics, March 11-13, 2020, in St. Louis. The conference is hosted by the Lindenwood University. Learn more.
The Missouri Conference on History grants awards with cash prizes for books, articles, and student papers. See nomination details.
With the Missouri Conference on History scheduled to start Wednesday evening and Thursday morning, we wanted to write to you about the conference and concerns about the Coronavirus. Fortunately, the St. Louis region has been mostly spared, with just a couple of confirmed cases starting this week. We have, therefore, decided to proceed with the conference.
People should avoid travel from higher risk places and take any travel precautions they think are necessary. We want you to be safe and feel safe. Should you decide to stay home, we hope you’ll consider submitting your paper next year for the conference in Columbia, Missouri.
Jeffrey E. Smith, Ph.D.
President, 2020 Missouri Conference on History
Join us March 11-13, 2020, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Louis-Chesterfield. The 2020 conference is hosted by Lindenwood University and sponsored by the State Historical Society of Missouri.
The Missouri Conference on History brings together teachers of history and other professional historians to share in the presentation of the results of research, to exchange information on teaching and curriculum, to consider ways to promote interest in history and the welfare of the profession, and to discuss other concerns common to all historians. All persons interested or involved in the teaching of history, historical research, historical preservation, or any other professional application of history are welcome.