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  1. Introduction to the Special Issue
  2. Hope and the Longing for Utopia: Futures and Illusions in Theology and Narrative ed. by Daniel Boscaljon (review)
  3. Everyday Utopias: The Conceptual Life of Promising Spaces by Davina Cooper (review)
  4. Utopías artísticas de revuelta by Julia Ramírez Blanco (review)
  5. Utopian Geographies and the Early English Novel by Jason H. Pearl (review)
  6. Spiritual and Visionary Communities: Out to Save the World ed. by Timothy Miller (review)
  7. Das Echo der Utopien: Tanz und Politik by Deutsches Tanzarchiv Köln, and: Intellectual Barbarians: The Kibbo Kift Kindred by Whitechapel Gallery (review)
  8. Dark Light: Utopia and the Question of Relative Surplus Population
  9. “A Conspiracy of the Rich”: Dystopianizing the Real in More’s Utopia
  10. Acerba illa vita velut carcere atque aculeo. Health or Death in More’s Libellus vere aureus: Early Modern Thought and Contemporary Debate
  11. Controversial More and Puzzling Utopia: Five Hundred Years of History
  12. Utopia’s Turkish Translations and Utopianism in Turkish Literature
  13. Portuguese Translations of Thomas More’s Utopia
  14. The “Czech-In” of Thomas More’s Utopia
  15. Thomas More in America
  16. Italian Translations and Editions of Thomas More’s Libellus vere aureus
  17. “The World Begins in Man”: A Brief and Selected History of Translations of Utopia into German
  18. Utopian Studies in Spain
  19. Italian Research on Utopia and Utopianism
  20. Utopian Studies in Ireland
  21. Contemporary Utopian Studies in Hungary
  22. Utopian Studies in Greece Today: A Brief Survey
  23. Utopian Studies in the Czech and Slovak Republics
  24. Utopia at Five Hundred: Satish Kumar, a Utopian
  25. Utopias, Past and Present: Why Thomas More Remains Astonishingly Radical
  26. Utopia at Five Hundred: Some Reflections
  27. Less of More
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