This book provides the reader with a representative picture of modern utopian imagination in its negotiations with questions of sex and gender, discussing the utopian philosophy of Thomas More and Ernst Bloch.
Table of Contents
1. No Place Like Here: Utopian Imagination as a Critical Space 2. From Utopian Crisis to Dystopian Response 3. Re-Arranging Gender: Utopian Constructions of Sexual Difference 4. Matriarchy and Maternalism: Nurture and Nature as Social Critique 5. Utopias of the Dionysian 6. From Pedagogical Province to Primitivist Utopia 7. Beyond the Blueprint: Utopias of Postmodernity