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  1. Editors’ Message
  2. Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor, Stephanie Peebles Tavera, A. Elisabeth Reichel, Manuel Sousa Oliveira
  3. pp. viii-xii
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  1. No Exit: Death Drive, Dystopia, and the Long Winter of the American Dream in Harold Ramis’s The Ice Harvest
  2. Eric D. Smith
  3. pp. 380-398
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  1. The Social Prison: Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Dispossessed as Postanarchist Critical Utopia
  2. David W. Miller
  3. pp. 399-417
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  1. Archibald Marshall’s “Motley Mixture of Crying Contradictions”: Upsidonia as Utopian Farce
  2. Peter W. Sinnema
  3. pp. 418-435
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  1. Engineering the Welfare State: Economic Thought as Context to Boye’s Kallocain and Huxley’s Brave New World
  2. Signe Leth Gammelgaard
  3. pp. 436-457
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  1. Three Moderate Solutions to Income Inequality in Utopia: Hertzka, Herzl, and Wells
  2. Donald Morris
  3. pp. 458-476
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  1. The Past and Future of Utopian Studies
  2. Laurence Davis
  3. pp. 478-488
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  1. Two Cheers for Blueprints, or, Negative Reasons for Positive Utopianism
  2. Antonis Balasopoulos
  3. pp. 489-497
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  1. Hope Draped in Black: Decolonizing Utopian Studies
  2. Caroline Edwards
  3. pp. 498-509
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  1. Hispanic Utopian Studies and Activism as a Prompt
  2. Julia Ramírez-Blanco
  3. pp. 510-516
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  1. Funding Utopia: Utopian Studies and the Discourse of Academic Excellence
  2. Adam Stock
  3. pp. 517-527
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  1. Blind Spots and Avenues for Transformation within the Utopian Canon: Toward A Terrestrial Ecotopianism
  2. Heather Alberro
  3. pp. 528-537
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  1. Response 1: Acting Up in Utopia
  2. Adam Stock, Julia Ramírez-Blanco
  3. pp. 538-543
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  1. Response 2: “Pessimism of the Intellect, Optimism of the Will”
  2. Antonis Balasopoulos
  3. pp. 544-549
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  1. Response 3: Transgressive Utopianism and Direct Activism
  2. Heather Alberro
  3. pp. 550-553
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  1. Response 4: The Summer of Our Discontent
  2. Caroline Edwards
  3. pp. 554-558
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  1. The Literary Method of Urban Design: Design Fictions Using Fiction
  2. Alan Marshall
  3. pp. 560-569
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  1. The Noble Impermanence of Waystations
  2. Miriam Rowntree
  3. pp. 570-580
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  1. The Last Man by Mary Shelley (review)
  2. Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
  3. pp. 582-585
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  1. Indian Science Fiction: Patterns, History and Hybridity by Suparno Banerjee (review)
  2. Barnita Bagchi
  3. pp. 586-590
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  1. Found in Translation: “New People” in Twentieth-Century Chinese Science Fiction by Jing Jiang (review)
  2. Yingying Huang
  3. pp. 591-594
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  1. Utopia and the Contemporary British Novel by Caroline Edwards (review)
  2. Mark Schmitt
  3. pp. 595-600
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  1. The Future of the Book: Images of Reading in the American Utopian Novel by Kevin J. Hayes (review)
  2. Matthew Leggatt
  3. pp. 601-605
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  1. Disaster Anarchy: Mutual Aid and Radical Action by Rhiannon Firth (review)
  2. John-Erik Hansson
  3. pp. 606-612
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  1. (P)rescription Narratives: Feminist Medical Fiction and the Failure of American Censorship. by Stephanie Peebles Tavera (review)
  2. Etta M. Madden
  3. pp. 612-616
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  1. WisCon 46 (review)
  2. Laurie Fuller, Jenna N. Hanchey, E. Ornelas
  3. pp. 618-625
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  1. ECHIC—The European Consortium for Humanities Institutes and Centres 2023 Annual Conference
  2. Ilenia Vittoria Casmiri
  3. pp. 625-634
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  1. The Solarpunk Conference by From Imagination to Action (review)
  2. Ariel Kroon, Kees Schuller
  3. pp. 634-640
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  1. The Knock at the Door: Utopian Dreams for Post-Covid Times
  2. Pedro Mora-Ramírez, María Amo-Hernández, Paula García-Rodríguez
  3. pp. 641-647
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