Aaron R. Hanlon is assistant professor of English at Colby College. His essays have appeared in The New Republic, The Atlantic, Salon, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, among others. He is writing an academic book on Don Quixote and imperialist politics in 18th-century Britain, and a trade book on the politics of free speech in higher education. You can learn more about his teaching, research, and writing at aaronrhanlon.com.
Oh, Sancho: The Ongoing Ride of Don Quixote in American Politics
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Are PhD Students Irrational?
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