Utopia/dystopia : conditions of historical possibility /
The concepts of utopia and dystopia have received much historical attention. Utopias have traditionally signified the ideal future: large-scale social, political, ethical, and religious spaces that have yet to be realized. Utopia/Dystopia offers a fresh approach to these ideas. Rather than locate ut...
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Princeton University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Utopia as method, or the uses of the future / Fredric Jameson
- Literacy and futurity: millennial dreaming on the nineteenth- century southern African frontier / Jennifer Wenzel
- Bourgeois categories made global: the utopian and actual lives of historical documents in India / Dipesh Chakrabarty
- The utopia of working phones: Rhodesian independence and the place of race in decolonization / Luise White
- Hydrocarbon utopia / Timothy Mitchell
- Techno-utopian dreams, techno-political realities: the education of desire for the peaceful atom / John Krige
- On cosmopolitanism, the avant- garde, and a lost innocence of central Europe / Marci Shore
- The breath of the possible: everyday utopianism and the street in modernist urbanism / David Pinder
- Stalinist confessions in an age of terror: Messianic times at the Leningrad communist universities / Igal Halfin
- The heterotopias of Dalit politics: becoming- subject and the consumption utopia / Aditya Nigam.