2018 Missouri Humanities Awards & Gala
The Missouri Humanities Annual Awards & Gala will be hosted at the Missouri History Museum on October 24, 2018 at 6:00PM. The evening will highlight four Missouri awardees for their work in the humanities throughout our state. Our keynote speaker is Jennifer Teege, author of the New York Times and International Bestseller, MY GRANDFATHER WOULD HAVE SHOT ME. Registration ends October 10, 2018.
October 24, 2018 | Missouri History Museum | 6:00PM
Questions? Call 816.802.6566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Missouri Humanities Awards & Gala Keynote Speaker, Jennifer Teege
Photo credit of Thorsten Wulff
Jennifer is the author of the book, MY GRANDFATHER WOULD HAVE SHOT ME, now a New York Times bestseller surrounding a shocking discovery: At age 38, married with two children, Jennifer Teege picked up a book by chance at Hamburg’s main library and discovered that her grandfather was the brutal Nazi commandant of the Plaszow concentration camp, portrayed so memorably by Ralph Fiennes in the film Schindler’s List. CLICK HERE for more information.
2018 HUMANITIES AWARD WINNERS
DISTINGUISHED LITERARY ACHIEVEMENT
DR. HOWARD W. MARSHALL
EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
DR. ADRIAN CLIFTON
EXEMPLARY COMMUNITY ACHIEVEMENT
REV. NICHOLAS INMAN
PARTNERSHIP IN THE HUMANITIES
MISSOURI CHAPTER – TRAIL OF TEARS ASSOCIATION
The Missouri Humanities is thrilled to announce the four award winners for the 2018 Humanities Awards & Gala
2017 Humanities Awards & Gala
Winners: The Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy, The Kansas City Public Library, Gary Gackstatter