Explore and learn about how African-American literature is developing, as the Africana Studies Program at Georgia College welcomes Dr. Maryema Graham, distinguished professor at the University of Kansas.
The Georgia College Women’s Studies Program spring lecture will feature Dr. Layli Phillips Maparyan, an associate professor in the Women’s Studies Institute and the Women’s Studies graduate director at Georgia State University
The eighth annual Begemann-Gordon Lecture will feature Dr. Maia Hallward, assistant professor of political science at Kennesaw State University, addressing “Women Struggling for a New Middle East” on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
British scholar Dr. Roland Quinault will visit Georgia College to lecture on Winston Churchill. Quinault will present his lecture, “Winston Churchill and War,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15 in room 275 of the Arts and Sciences Building.
Digital Bridges, Georgia College & State University’s American Democracy Project, the national political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha’s Rho Mu chapter and The Union-Recorder are partnering to host debates for candidates running for the Georgia General Assembly.