History Symposium

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The 1940s: Turmoil to Triumph         April 30 - May 3, 2014

History Symposium's are truly one of the Museum’s most popular and significant educational experiences. Each symposium has received rave reviews, such as:

  • “The history symposium allows students, educators, and lovers of history to come together and share in our unique American experiences surrounded by the treasures of the Harrah legacy.”
  • “What a fun and interesting way to explore history!”
  • “One of my favorite Reno events. I am so excited when we reach your symposium time of the year again.”

The four-day agenda features nationally-recognized speakers, prominent authors, local experts, living history performers, a bus tour to unique venues, and more. Symposiums are open to the public and teachers consider them “must-attend” in-service credit programs.

Symposiums typically feature a specific decade in history since the time of the invention of the automobile. The sessions explore every aspect – politically, culturally and socially. Symposiums have been known to spark lively debates and thought-provoking ideas, to entertain and touch the senses, from joyous laughter to a tear or two, and to generate engaging question and answer sessions. 

Special Benefit for Teachers

The Museum’s symposiums have been approved by the Nevada Department of Education for teachers to receive in-service credit. 

For more information on the 2014 History Symposium

For additional information please call (775) 333-9300 x305, email info@automuseum.org or click here to sign-up and receive the Museum's e-news letter.

   History Symposiums are funded in part by Nevada Humanities.