H-Net List on utopian Studies
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H-Utopia, like the 25-year-old Society for Utopian Studies, is devoted to discussion of utopianism in all its forms, from literary expression to policy analysis to architectural criticism to activism. Our focus is on the forms, contents, and influence of utopian/dystopian thinking. The intellectual homes of our members include literature (in several languages), politics and political theory, philosophy, psychology, the arts, architecture, and urban planning. We currently maintain a listserv, a website, a newsletter and a journal. While our intended audience is primarily the existing community of scholars of utopias and utopianism, our goal is to create a better online community that is both an object of study (as it connects with our scholarly interest in utopias) and a network of interested, active, interdisciplinary, and rigorous scholars. H-Utopia is not a forum for advocating the creation of utopia on earth; it is a forum for people who study the concepts of utopia and utopianism.
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Posted: 30 October 2001