restricted access   Volume 22, Number 2, 2011

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Craftivism


pp. 197-200


Crafting Experience: William Morris, John Dewey, and Utopia

pp. 202-232

Fabricating Activism: Craft-Work, Popular Culture, Gender

pp. 233-260

Do-It-Yourself: The Precarious Work and Postfeminist Politics of Handmaking (in) Detroit

pp. 261-284

Fit to a T: Spray-On Clothing, Craft, Commodity Fetishism, and the Agency of Objects

pp. 285-302

“Old Time Mem’ry”: Contemporary Urban Craftivism and the Politics of Doing-It-Yourself in Postindustrial America

pp. 303-320

The Object of Therapy: Mary E. Black and the Progressive Possibilities of Weaving

pp. 321-340

Artists' Statements

Introduction to the Artists’ Statements

pp. 342-343

The Craftivist Collective Guide to Craftivism

pp. 344-351

Common Goods

pp. 352-357

Exhibition Review

Utopia at the Art Museum: A Review of the UTOPIA Project at ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Denmark

pp. 360-366

Book Reviews

Utopianism: A Very Short Introduction (review)

pp. 370-373

The Cambridge Companion to Utopian Literature (review)

pp. 373-377

William Morris in the Twenty-First Century (review)

pp. 377-383

Design for Micro-Utopias: Making the Unthinkable Possible (review)

pp. 384-386

Act 18. Utopia e Ciência (review)

pp. 386-393

Dreaming the Biosphere: The Theater of All Possibilities (review)

pp. 393-396

Indie Craft, and: Knit the City: Maschenhaft Seltsames, and: The Subversive Stitch: Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine, and: The Culture of Knitting, and: In the Loop: Knitting Now, and: Making Is Connecting: The Social Meaning of Creativity, from DIY and Knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0 (review)

pp. 396-402


pp. 403-404