Meetings are 7:00-8:15  p.m. Tuesdays in Lovejoy 100, with exceptions as noted

9/6 – Introduction: Revolutions Overview and Course Requirements
Jim Fleming, Science, Technology, and Society; and Valérie Dionne, French and Italian, Colby College

9/13 – How Revolutionary – and how Scientific – was the Scientific Revolution?
Dan Cohen, Professor of Philosophy, Colby College

9/20 – The Tambora Revolution: The 1815 Eruption that Changed the World
Gillen D’Arcy Wood, Langan Professor of Environmental Humanities, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

9/27 – Virtual Revolutions
Khalid A. Ali (Khalid Albaih), Oak Human Rights Fellow, Colby College

10/4 – EVENT CANCELED: Photography and/as Scientific Revolution
Laura Saltz, Associate Professor of American Studies, Colby College

10/6 Thursday at 7pm at SSWAC Parker-Reed Room – Darwinian Revolution
Janet Browne, Aramont Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University

10/11 – Revolutions in Climate
Kerry Emanuel, Cecil & Ida Green Professor of Atmospheric Science, MIT

10/25 – The Unfinished Business of the Darwinian Revolution
Judy Stone, Professor of Biology and Dr. Charles C. and Pamela W. Leighton Research Fellow, Colby College

11/1 – Revolutions in Data, Big and Little
Aaron Hanlon, Assistant Professor of English, Colby College

11/7 Monday – Uncomfortable (Revolutionary) Monuments
Jeffrey Schnapp, Professor of Romance Literatures and Comparative Literature, Harvard University

11/14 Monday at 7pm in Lovejoy 100 – New Perspectives on the Haitian Revolution
Jeremy D. Popkin, William T. Bryan Chair of History, University of Kentucky

11/29 – We Have Never Been Revolutionary
Keith Peterson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Colby College

12/6 – On Being a Revolutionary
Marcos Perez, Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociology, Colby College