Resistance and activism is not limited to a particular time or place, and has emerged in different ways over several centuries. While some activists took to the streets with politically charged slogans, others operated underground and advocated for the strategic application of civil disobedience, non-violent resistance, religious organizations, and political campaigning. These kinds of movements continue to occur across the world showcasing that now, more than ever, history matters. This year’s Missouri Valley History Conference Call for Papers highlights this significant world history theme.
2018 Keynote Speaker - David Farber, University of Kansas
2019 Call for Papers Coming Soon! Theme: "Human and Civil Rights Throughout History"
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