Please visit the Current Events page to see all the events happening this year. Many GHC courses offer extra credit in conjunction with some, or all, events. Please see your instructor for more details.
If you’d like to share your thoughts about our Women’s History Month celebration, please reply to this post and share your thoughts here. Unsure what to write about? Learn more about some influential modern women by clicking on the image captions below.
Once again, Women’s History Month celebrations are coming to Georgia Highlands College. More information will be coming to a campus near you soon!
In the meantime, celebrate Black History Month and Women’s History Month together by visiting PBS.org and learn more about some of the amazing Black Women being featured there: Inspirational Women. Get inspired!
“…on the face of human history, Women’s History Month is not a beauty mark, but a scar. It is a sign of past hurt and continued healing. I hope for the day the scar vanishes into history and is visible no more.”
-Karen Swallow Prior, The Atlantic, 2013
Women’s History Month has officially begun for 2017, but do we, as a society, really want this month long commemoration?
Read Karen Swallow Prior’s “The End of Women’s History Month,” written in 2013 for The Atlantic. Prior is aprofessor of English at Liberty University and a research fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Ada Lovelace was the daughter of infamous English poet, Lord Byron. She was known as “The Countess of Computing” and has a modern computer language named after her. Want to know more? Read about her at Smithsonian.com.
–Carla Patterson, Professor of English, GHC (guest blogger)