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The Great Flood Exhibition

Join us for a retrospective look marking the 30th anniversary of the Great Flood of 1993. The 1993 flood of the Missouri River and its tributaries was undoubtedly record-breaking. In […]


Gender and the Female Gaze: the international Screenwriting Research Network Conference

Highlights of the 2023 International Screenwriting Research Network Conference Stephens College Columbia, Missouri September 20-23, 2023 Keynote Speakers: Phil Lazebnik Born and raised in Columbia, Missouri has written screenplays for films including Pocahontas, Mulan (which won the 1998 Annie Award for best animation screenplay), The Prince of Egypt, The Road to El Dorado, and The […]


Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour

Neosho, MO Neosho

Neosho Arts Council is debuting their new Murals of Neosho Guide and Descriptive Audio Tour. Everyone can now visit the town’s murals in person or online while watching and listening […]


Constitution Day 2023: The 2020 Presidential Election & Election Issues

Missouri Southern State University, Mills Anderson Justice Center Auditorium, 3350 Newman Rd, Joplin, MO 64801 3350 Newman Rd, Joplin

In celebration of Constitution Day 2023 we will be joined by federal litigator Stephen S. Davis who will guide us through an explanation of the contemporary constitutional debates surrounding elections, including voting rights, redistricting, voter fraud, and proposed election reforms. Davis will separate fact from fiction in the partisan debates and enable listeners to understand […]


“We Gave Them Thunder”: Marmaduke’s Raid and the Civil War in Missouri and Arkansas

Missouri State Archives 600 W. Main St., Jefferson City

Dr. William Garrett Piston offers a program on, “We Gave Them Thunder”: Marmaduke’s Raid and the Civil War in Missouri and Arkansas, the 2021 book he co-authored with John C. Rutherford. Defeat at the Battle of Prairie Grove in Arkansas on Dec. 7, 1862, left Confederate fortunes in the Trans-Mississippi in dire straits. To counter […]


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