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Join us on October 29, 2022, for the Annual Meeting and to hear U.S. Senator Roy D. Blunt deliver this year's My Missouri Lecture. To see the lecture in person at the Center for Missouri Studies, please register for the 12 p.m. luncheon. Seating is limited and registration for the luncheon is required.
The My Missouri Lecture will also be livestreamed online for free. Register for the free livestream here.
2022 Speaker: Senator Roy D. Blunt
A native of southwest Missouri, Roy Blunt taught history at Marshfield High School before beginning his political career. From county clerk of Greene County to Missouri Secretary of State to U.S. Congress, Blunt has served Missourians for more than 45 years. He is currently the senior U.S. Senator from Missouri and SHSMO second vice president.
About the My Missouri Lecture Series
The My Missouri Lecture Series invites prominent Missourians from all walks of life to reflect on what being a Missourian has meant to them as they speak about how the state’s history, people, and culture have shaped their experiences.
The inaugural My Missouri Lecture was presented as part of the State Historical Society's Fall Lecture Series on November 2, 2019. Claire McCaskill, former Democratic U.S. Senator from Missouri, spoke at the Center for Missouri Studies in Columbia. Watch Claire McCaskill deliver the inaugural My Missouri Lecture on demand.
Former University of Missouri basketball coach Norm Stewart spoke on November 6, 2021, at the Center for Missouri Studies. Watch Norm Stewart's talk.