Mount Professor to speak at William Howard Taft Symposium

Arts & Humanities

File Under: department of history

William Howard Taft National Historic Site will sponsor the annual Taft Symposium on Saturday April 6th at 9:00am. The interactive symposium entitled “William Howard Taft: A Life of Service and His Legacy” will feature  Dr. Peter Robinson, History Professor from the College of Mount St. Joseph, Dr. Rebecca Bailey from Northern Kentucky University, Dr. Ryan Barilleaux from Miami University and Dr. A. Christopher Bryant from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.

The speakers will highlight the accomplishments of William Howard Taft's public life and career and his significance in American history.

RSVP

The symposium is free and open to the public. Because of the space available, we do require an RSVP with the number of people attending. Call 513-684-3262 to reserve your spot! Lunch will be provided.

Directions

The event will be held in the Taft Education Center auditorium at 2038 Auburn Avenue and end at 3pm. The Taft Education Center is located one block south of the Christ Hospital. Free parking is available in front of the education center or an overflow lot on Southern Avenue.