An article by Aaron Hanlon, assistant professor of English, was recently published by history blog Age of Revolutions. Titled “Finding Genres of Revolution in the Classroom,” the Jan. 21 article details a new course Hanlon created at Colby and the challenges he and his students faced discussing global revolutions “within a liberal framework.” Comparative exercises helped Hanlon and his students overcome this obstacle, allowing them to find “a history of revolution in forms, of voices, of proclamations, of concerns, of fears, and of legacies.” he wrote.