Missouri Conference on History Registration


The Missouri Conference on History brings together teachers of history and other professional historians to share in the presentation 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.

For more information about the conference, visit the Missouri Conference on History website


Register online now for the sixty-first annual Missouri Conference on History, March 6-8, 2019, at the Holiday Inn Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. The conference, hosted by the University of Missouri–Kansas City and Park University, brings together scholars, teachers, and other professional historians.

  • Standard Registration (2/13/19 – 2/20/19): $55 ea.
  • Late Registration (2/21/2019 or later): $65 ea.
  • Students save $10 on registration fees

Registrations made after February 26 do not guarantee meals at the keynote or the award luncheons.

All presenters, commentators, and conference participants must register for the conference. Submission of the registration form is a commitment to attend the conference, and reimbursement will not be issued for cancellations. Another member of your organization is welcome in your place if circumstances necessitate. 

If you have questions or need more information, contact the State Historical Society of Missouri at mch@shsmo.org or 573.882.7083.

Please fill out one registration form per person.

Lawrence O. Christensen Article Award

The Lawrence O. Christensen Article Award  is given to the best article on any Missouri-related historical topic published within the preceding year. It was named for Dr. Christensen in 2014. Your contribution to the Lawrence O. Christensen Article Award will honor his memory and support the ongoing study of Missouri's past through annual recognition of outstanding scholarship.