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Further Information about Studying Religion at YHC

  • The Department of History and Religious Studies is proud to announce their recent acceptance into the Religious Studies and Theology Honors Society, Theta Alpha Kappa. Explore their website for information about undergraduate opportunities such as publication, internships, and national awards.

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Sellers Lecture Series

The Sellers Lecture Series was established to honor Bettie M. Sellers, professor emeritus at Young Harris College and noted Georgia poet. Sellers taught English and served as chair of the Division of Humanities at Young Harris College. After 32 years of service, she retired in 1997. She was named Author of the Year in 1979 by the Dixie Council of Authors and Journalists, and she received the Governor's Award in the Humanities in 1987. In 1992, she was named Poet of the Year by the American Pen Women.

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Byron Herbert Reece Lecture Series

The Byron Herbert Reece Lecture Series was established in 1966 in memory of Byron Herbert Reece (1917-1958), author, poet and Young Harris College teacher. This lecture series honors his memory and contributions to the world of letters by bringing noted writers to campus. Past visiting writers include novelist Terry Kay, Irish poet Evan Boland, former Poet Laureate of the United States Billy Collins, novelist Sharyn McCrumb and former Poet Laureate of Georgia Bettie Sellers.

PAST LECTURES

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Lectures & Readings

 

Byron Herbert Reece Lecture Series

The Byron Herbert Reece Lecture Series was established in 1966 in memory of Byron Herbert Reece, an author, poet and Young Harris College teacher. This lecture series honors his memory and contributions to the world of letters by bringing noted writers to campus.

Click here to learn more about past lecturers.

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Field Experiences & Trips

In pursuit of a true liberal arts education, the Division of Humanities seeks to combine coursework at YHC with opportunities for learning across subjects and across the world. The Division of Humanities sponsors trips within the United States and abroad in which students can both travel and receive class credit. 

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