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Ralahine Utopian Studies

Ralahine Utopian Studies is the publishing project of the Ralahine Centre for Utopian Studies at the University of Limerick in association with the University of Bologna, the University of Cyprus, the University of Florida and the University of Maine.
The series publishes high-quality scholarship that addresses the theory and practice of utopianism (including Anglophone, continental European and indigenous and postcolonial traditions, and contemporary and historical periods). Publications (in English and other European languages) include original monographs and essay collections (including theoretical, textual and ethnographic/institutional research), English-language translations of utopian scholarship in other national languages, reissues of classic scholarly works that are out of print and annotated editions of original utopian literary and other texts (including translations).

While the series editors seek work that engages with the current scholarship and debates in the field of utopian studies, they will not privilege any particular critical or theoretical orientation. They welcome submissions by established or emerging scholars working within or outside the academy. Given the multilingual and interdisciplinary remit of the series, the editors especially welcome comparative studies in any disciplinary or transdisciplinary framework.

Ralahine Utopian Studies is the publishing project of the Ralahine Centre for Utopian Studies at the University of Limerick in association with the University of Bologna, the University of Cyprus, the University of Florida and the University of Maine.
The series publishes high-quality scholarship that addresses the theory and practice of utopianism (including Anglophone, continental European and indigenous and postcolonial traditions, and contemporary and historical periods). Publications (in English and other European languages) include original monographs and essay collections (including theoretical, textual and ethnographic/institutional research), English-language translations of utopian scholarship in other national languages, reissues of classic scholarly works that are out of print and annotated editions of original utopian literary and other texts (including translations).

While the series editors seek work that engages with the current scholarship and debates in the field of utopian studies, they will not privilege any particular critical or theoretical orientation. They welcome submissions by established or emerging scholars working within or outside the academy. Given the multilingual and interdisciplinary remit of the series, the editors especially welcome comparative studies in any disciplinary or transdisciplinary framework.

Ralahine Utopian Studies is the publishing project of the Ralahine Centre for Utopian Studies at the University of Limerick in association with the University of Bologna, the University of Cyprus, the University of Florida and the University of Maine.
The series publishes high-quality scholarship that addresses the theory and practice of utopianism (including Anglophone, continental European and indigenous and postcolonial traditions, and contemporary and historical periods). Publications (in English and other European languages) include original monographs and essay collections (including theoretical, textual and ethnographic/institutional research), English-language translations of utopian scholarship in other national languages, reissues of classic scholarly works that are out of print and annotated editions of original utopian literary and other texts (including translations).

While the series editors seek work that engages with the current scholarship and debates in the field of utopian studies, they will not privilege any particular critical or theoretical orientation. They welcome submissions by established or emerging scholars working within or outside the academy. Given the multilingual and interdisciplinary remit of the series, the editors especially welcome comparative studies in any disciplinary or transdisciplinary framework.

Titles

  • Title: The Obsolete Necessity

    The Obsolete Necessity

    America in Utopian Writings, 1988–1900
    Volume 34
    by Ken Roemer (Author)
    Monographs 0 Pages
  • Title: The Obsolete Necessity

    The Obsolete Necessity

    America in Utopian Writings, 1988–1900
    Volume 34
    by Ken Roemer (Author)
    Monographs 0 Pages
  • Title: Terrestrial Ecotopias

    Terrestrial Ecotopias

    Multispecies Flourishing in and Beyond the Capitalocene
    Volume 33
    by Heather Alberro (Author)
    ©2024 Monographs 8 Pages
  • Title: Terrestrial Ecotopias

    Terrestrial Ecotopias

    Multispecies Flourishing in and Beyond the Capitalocene
    Volume 33
    by Heather Alberro (Author)
    Monographs 8 Pages
  • Title: Economic Inequality

    Economic Inequality

    Utopian Explorations
    Volume 32
    by Donald Morris (Author)
    ©2024 Monographs 248 Pages
  • Title: Economic Inequality

    Economic Inequality

    Utopian Explorations
    Volume 32
    by Donald Morris (Author)
    Monographs 248 Pages
  • Title: The Polyphony of Utopia

    The Polyphony of Utopia

    Critical Negativities Across Cultures from Bellamy and Bogdanov to Yefremov, Piercy and Butler
    Volume 31
    by Pavla Veselá (Author) 2023
    ©2024 Monographs 312 Pages
  • Title: The English Utopia

    The English Utopia

    Volume 30
    by A.L. Morton (Author) Antonis Balasopoulos (Editor) 2023
    ©2023 Monographs 242 Pages
  • Title: Postcategorical Utopia

    Postcategorical Utopia

    James Baldwin and the Political Unconscious of Imagined Futures
    Volume 29
    by Pekka Kilpelainen (Author) 2023
    ©2023 Monographs 316 Pages
  • Title: Zone Theory

    Zone Theory

    Science Fiction and Utopia in the Space of Possible Worlds
    Volume 28
    by Alexander Popov (Author) 2023
    ©2023 Monographs 350 Pages