This year’s Churchill Fellows weekend is running on April 9 and 10 and features Professor Klaus Larres, author of “Churchill’s Cold War” and many other essays and articles about Churchill and recent European politics, as the 2016 Kemper Lecturer.
The weekend will also feature the exhibit “The Prime Minister, the President, and the General,” commemorating the seventieth anniversary of the Iron Curtain Speech and the role of Major General Harry H. Vaughan in inviting Churchill to Westminster College, and a Q and A about Churchill, the Cold War, and the legacy of the Iron Curtain Speech, amongst much else.
Please see our website here to find out more or to register for a place at the 2016 Churchill Fellows.  
Professor Larres is Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor of History & International Affairs, Department of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.l Find out more about Klaus Larres here.  
The Crosby Kemper Lectureship was established in 1979 by a grant from the Enid and R. Crosby Kemper Foundation of Kansas City, Missouri and provides for lectures by authorities on British History or on Sir Winston Churchill.
For additional information contact Meda Young at or (573) 592-5602.

Previous Kemper Lecturers: Most of the lectures through 2000 are available in booklet form in the museum shop.

“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”

Winston S. Churchill