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.
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