The Palgrave handbook of utopian and dystopian literatures /

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Imprint:Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2022.
Description:1 online resource.
Language:English
Subject:Utopias in literature.
Dystopias in literature.
Literature -- History and criticism.
Utopies dans la littérature.
Dystopies dans la littérature.
Littérature -- Histoire et critique.
utopian literature.
Dystopias in literature.
Literature.
Utopias in literature.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12767524
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Varying Form of Title:Handbook of utopian and dystopian literatures
Utopian and dystopian literatures
Other authors / contributors:Marks, Peter, 1958- editor.
Wagner-Lawlor, Jennifer A., editor.
Vieira, Fátima, editor.
ISBN:3030886549
9783030886547
9783030886530
3030886530
Notes:Includes index.
Description based upon online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed April 4, 2022).
Other form:Print version: 9783030886530
Standard no.:10.1007/978-3-030-88654-7
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction, Peter Marks, Fatima Vieira, Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor
  • Utopia Patricia Vieira
  • Dystopia, Gregory Claeys
  • Critical Dystopia, Ildney de Fatima Souza Cavalcanti
  • Prefigurations, Francisco L. Lisi
  • The Renaissance, Marie-Claire Phelippeau
  • The Eighteenth Century, Brenda Tooley
  • The Early Nineteenth Century (1800-1850), Peter Sands
  • The Late Nineteenth Century (1848-1899), Matthew Beaumont
  • The Twentieth Century, Dr. Adam Stock
  • The Twenty-First Century, Matt Tierney
  • Narrative, Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
  • Science Fiction, Caroline Edwards
  • Young Adult (YA) Fiction, Carire Hintz
  • Apocalyptic Visions, Gib Prettyman, Utopian Realism, Sam McAuliffe
  • Cinema, Peter Marks
  • Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels, Miguel Ramalhete Gomes
  • Gaming, Brian Greenspan
  • Deaftopias, Cristina Gil, Micronations and Hyperutopias, Fatima Vieira
  • Humanism, Carlos Eduardo Ornelas Berriel
  • Eugenics, Claire C. Curtis
  • Marxism, Antonis Balasopoulos
  • Anarchism, Laurence Davis
  • Labor, Peter Sands
  • Race, Edward K. Chan
  • Biopolitics, Christian P. Haines
  • War, Andrew Byers
  • Postcolonialism, Bill Ashcroft
  • Human Rights, Miguel A Ramiro Aviles
  • Animal Rights, Jose Eduardo Reis
  • Food, Etta Madden
  • Environment, Anne L. Melano
  • Space, Phillip E. Wegner
  • Urbanism, David Pinder
  • Home, Jennifer Wgner-Lawlor
  • Oceans, Killian Quigley
  • Moons and Planets, Maria Luisa Malato and Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor
  • Geographical Poetics, Liam Benison
  • Non-Western Cultures, Jaqueline Dutton
  • Africa, Ainehi Ejieme Edoro
  • South Asia, Barnita Bagchi
  • Latin America, Kim Beauchesne and Alessandra Santos
  • The Pacific and Australasia, Peter Marks
  • China, Roland Boer
  • Russia and the Soviet Union, Mikhail Suslov
  • Psychoanalysis, Edson Luiz Andre De Sousa
  • Education, Darren Webb
  • Religion, Jose Eduardo Franco
  • Hospitality, Goncalo Marcelo
  • Sexualities, Quitterie de Beauregard
  • Death, Paola Spinozzi , The Posthumanism, Naomi Jacobs.