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Utopian Studies

  • Nicole Pohl, Editor

  • Biannual Publication
  • ISSN 1045-991X
  • E-ISSN 2154-9648

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Utopian Studies is a peer-reviewed publication of the Society for Utopian Studies, publishing scholarly articles on a wide range of subjects related to utopias, utopianism, utopian literature, utopian theory, and intentional communities. Contributing authors come from a diverse range of fields, including American studies, architecture, the arts, classics, cultural studies, economics, engineering, environmental studies, gender studies, history, languages and literatures, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology and urban planning. Each issue also includes dozens of reviews of recent books.

Founding Editor
Lyman Tower Sargent, Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri, St. Louis, United States

Editor
Nicole Pohl, Oxford Brookes University, England

Editorial Assistant
Mila Burcikova, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Book Review Editors
Eoin Flannery, Oxford Brookes University, England, (literature in English)
Fátima Vieira, Universidade do Porto, Portugal, (all other languages)

Book Review Assistant
Luke Frost, Oxford Brookes University, England

Editorial Board
Peter Fitting, Professor Emeritus, Innis College, University of Toronto, Canada
Naomi Jacobs, University of Maine, United States
Carol Kolmerten, Hood College, United States
Lise Leibacher, University of Arizona, United States
Timothy Miller, University of Kansas, United States
Tom Moylan, Professor Emeritus, University of Limerick, Ireland
John T. O’Connor, University of New Orleans, United States
Miguel A. Ramiro Avilés, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
Jean Pfaelzer, University of Delaware, United States
Kenneth M. Roemer, University of Texas at Arlington, United States

Advisory Board
Merritt Abrash, Professor Emeritus, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
Kristine Anderson, Purdue University, United States
Raffaella Baccolini, Università di Bologna, Italy
Marleen S. Barr, Fordham University, United States
Gorman Beauchamp, University of Michigan, United States
Artur Blaim, Uniwersytet Marii Curie Sklodowskiej, Poland
Gregory Claeys, University of London, Great Britain
Ronald R. Creagh, Université Paul Valery, France
Michael S. Cummings, University of Colorado at Denver, United States
J. C. Davis, Professor Emeritus, University of East Anglia, Great Britain
Richard Erlich, Miami University of Ohio, United States
Robert S. Fogarty, Antioch College, United States
Vita Fortunati, Università di Bologna, Italy
Vincent Geoghegan, The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
Carl Guarneri, St. Mary’s College of California, United States
Dennis Hardy, Middlesex University, Great Britain
Carrie Hintz, Queens/CUNY and The Graduate Center/CUNY, United States
Gilbert Hottois, Université de Bruxelles, Belgium
Hinrich Hudde, Professor Emeritus, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Fredric Jameson, Duke University, United States
Carol Farley Kessler, Penn State, Delaware County Campus, United States
Lee Cullen Khanna, Professor Emeritus, Montclair State College, United States
Krishan Kumar, University of Virginia, United States
Ruth Levitas, University of Bristol, Great Britain
Miguel Martinez Lopez, Universitat de València, Spain
Andrew Milner, Monash University, Australia
Yoshio Nagai, Nagoya University, Japan
Gerard Raulet, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, France
Pierre Ronzeaud, Université de Provence, France
David N. Samuelson, California State University, Long Beach, United States
Lucy Sargisson, University of Nottingham, England
Howard Segal, University of Maine, United States
Francis Shor, Wayne State University, United States
Peter G. Stillman, Vassar College, United States
Darko Suvin, Professor Emeritus, McGill University, Canada
Wilhelm Vosskamp, Universität zu Köln, Germany
Phillip E. Wegner, University of Florida, United States

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