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Please join us on January 13 to learn more about the Show Me Missouri digital exhibit.
Show Me Missouri is a state-wide collaborative initiative to document and commemorate Missouri's bicentennial in 2021. This forthcoming digital exhibit will tell the story of Missouri and Missourians through the lens of 200 historically and culturally significant objects. Furthermore, the project will examine the comprehensive history of the state through a complex, inclusive, and critical interpretation. Each object will have an interpretative essay that will contextualize it in relation to the larger history of Missouri.
Show Me Missouri will be a free and publicly accessible website for the use of scholars, teachers, both K-12 and collegiate students, and everyday Missourians. The project is a collaboration between the Center for Midwestern Studies, the UMKC History Department, the Springfield-Greene County Library District, and the Kansas City Public Library.
The panel will consist of Brian Grubbs firstname.lastname@example.org Springfield-Greene County Libraries), Dr. Sandra Enriquez email@example.com (UMKC Professor of History & Director of Public History Emphasis), and Dr. Diane Mutti-Burke firstname.lastname@example.org (UMKC Professor of History, Department Chair & Director of the Center for Midwestern Studies)
Jamie Henry, First Missouri State Capitol Historic Site, will be the host and moderator.
Missouri Association for Museums and ArchivesP. O. Box 179387, St Louis, Missouri 63117