This course focuses on revolutions in their many forms: political, literary, artistic, cultural, social, scientific, and conceptual. What constitutes a revolution? How are revolutions to be evaluated? What revolutions do we still need to have? Involves public lectures by visiting scholars and Colby faculty representing many disciplines, with focused discussion and weekly reflection papers posted on the course weblog. Tuesday evenings 7:00-8:15 pm in LJ 100 with exceptions as noted on the schedule. 1 CR, Nongraded.
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