Founded in 1947, this series has consistently been a hallmark for quality, providing a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue between renowned speakers, the university and the surrounding communities.View Dates and Details >
An two-day workshop on oral history and oral traditions, featuring many renowned oral historians, and attracting a public audience from across the state
The Hall Center's public outreach efforts are designed to demonstrate that it is precisely the humanities that are relevant and instructive to the fundamental issues we deal with as individuals and communities. As part of our commitment to this ideal, the Center sponsors a variety of series in surrounding communities.View Dates and Details >
The Shifting Borders of Race and Identity: A
Research and Teaching Project on the Native American and African American
E-books now available!
Kansas History Online is a research and educational project of the Hall Center and the Kansas State Historical Society.