From Paul Walker-Emig:
“I thought readers of Utopus Discovered might be interested in a new podcast I’ve started called Utopian Horizons. The idea is that it will cover a different utopia, dystopia, utopian […]
Alex Hall wrote a new post, CFP: Perspectives on Environment, Social Justice, and the Media in the Age of Anthropocene, on the site Utopus Discovered 1 year ago
An Interdisciplinary Research-Planning Conference of the 1HOPE Research Interest Group
In Cooperation with the University of Sassari
University of Sassari
Sassari, Italy, June 15-17, 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
Alex Hall wrote a new post, CFP: 42nd Meeting of the Society for Utopian Studies, on the site Utopus Discovered 1 year ago
“Utopian Gracelands, Dystopian Blues, and the City on the Bluff”
When: Nov 9-12, 2017
Where: Doubletree By Hilton Memphis Downtown, 185 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN, USA
Paper Proposal Deadline: July 15, […]
Alex Hall wrote a new post, CFP: 41st Meeting of the Society for Utopian Studies, on the site Utopus Discovered 1 year, 9 months ago
“Harbors and Islands: Explorations of Utopia, Past and Present”
When: Oct 27-30, 2016
Where: Saint Petersburg, Florida: Hilton Saint Petersburg, Bayfront
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Howard Segal, University of […]
Alex Hall wrote a new post, Society for Utopian Studies Kenneth M. Roemer Innovative Course Design Award, on the site Utopus Discovered 2 years, 7 months ago
Kenneth M. Roemer Innovative Course Design Award
Each year, the Society for Utopian Studies (SUS) presents the Kenneth M. Roemer Award for innovative course design in Utopian Studies. We invite submissions […]
Call for Papers and Proposals
40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Utopian Studies
“Global Flows: Diaspora, Diversity, and Divergence in Utopia”
Proposal Deadline: 15 JULY 2015
<a href="http://utopian-studies.org/conference2014" […]
Use the 2015 submission link—2014 is outdated. Proposals cannot be accepeted just yet but will open soon: http://utopian-studies.org/conference2015/submit-a-proposal/.
Use the 2015 link here: http://utopian-studies.org/conference2015/submit-a-proposal/. Submissions will be open soon.
Has anyone seen the Attunefoods brand of cereal called “Erewhon”? It’s in pretty much every grocery store in Northeast Ohio. According to their website:
“Since 1966, Erewhon has led the organic revolution and […]
I, your humble editor, have been embroiled in the travesty that is the new way of administrating higher education, so I am working as an adjunct and trying to make ends meet; thus I have allowed Utopus Discovered […]
Ken Roemer writes:
The antique book collecting company Erasmushaus (hdb@erasmushaus)—Bäumleingasse 18, Postgach, CH-4001, Basel—has published a beautiful little catalogue (#927) entitled Utopia. The annotations […]
I was sent a copy of Dario Altobelli’s I Sogni Della Biologia: Utopia e Ideologia delle Scienze della Vita del Novecento, which I cannot read because I do not read Italian, but the title translates (roughly) to […]
Alex Hall wrote a new post, Political Uses of Utopia Workshop, April 18-19, 2013, on the site Utopus Discovered 4 years, 10 months ago
Founder’s College at York University in Toronto presents the Political Uses of Utopia Workshop, April 18-19, 2013.
The workshop features scholars representing different traditions and perspectives within […]
New York has an artist exhibiting something that may be of interest to utopians: http://masterspelavin.com/worldwelost.
ncsteph wrote a new post, Re-Imaging Utopia: Crises of Temporality in Robert ParkeHarrison’s The Architect’s Brother, on the site Discoveries: A Bibliography for the Utopian Inclined 5 years, 11 months ago
Presenter: Steven Brown
“One of our most influential American philosophers, Stanley Cavell, titled one of his books, This New Yet Unapproachable America—and for good reason. America champions the new. Its […]
Alex Hall wrote a new post, “Utopia, Dystopia, Heterotopias: From Luxun to Liu Cixin.”, on the site Utopus Discovered 6 years, 3 months ago
Guangyi Li says:
“For those who feel interested in Chinese utopia and science fiction, here is an important speech by David Der-wei Wang, ‘Utopia, Dystopia, Heterotopias: From Luxun to Liu Cixin.’”
Check it out here.
A cartoon adaptation of the most famous Chinese utopia, ”Peach Blossom Spring.” Subtitled for English-speaking audiences.
youku (more clear): http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTA5NTc0NDQ0.html
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