Warrior Women: The Anthropology of Women in War

Ever wonder if the Amazons were a real group of warriors? Or what women have fought in battle?  This class will focus on various women in history and their contributions to their cultures and people. We’ll learn who they were, where they came from and how they fought. This is a great course for history buffs, anthropology enthusiasts and everyone in between.

Presenter:  Grace Andrews
Grade: 9th – 12th graders
Days/Times:  Tuesdays  2:00 – 2:45 pm,  September 8, 15, 22, 29 Pacific Standard Time

Grace Andrews

Grace is a driven and enthusiastic technologist with a cross-cultural focus and experience managing, facilitating, and executing entrepreneurial training and processes. As a sales engineer at New Relic, she enjoys working with customers to show the value of application performance monitoring across the stack. She’s worked with customers in the world of automation and infrastructure as well as data visualizations and data analytics, and is currently active in the community as a Portland Workforce Alliance board member and iUrban STEM Advisory Council member.

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