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Archaeologies of the Future: The Desire Called Utopia and Other Science Fictions
Roxanne rated it really liked it Feb 13, May go back and read it more thoroughly at some point, jamesin there were some quite compelling bits, but not for the moment. The views expressed are those of the contributors, and not necessarily those of the Centre or the University. For Jameson, Utopia is profoundly a political concept, and it’s a concept central to our imagining of what the future may look like. Delany, and Kim Stanley Robinson. That leaves room for me to do so!
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A Review of Archaeologies of the Future: You will need to bring your knowledge of the Western Canon and contemporary philosophy with you in order to fully appreciate this text. With a focus on utopianism and dystopia the subjects covered are sex and society, aliens and psychoanalyst, and the motifs and mechanics of this writing field. Oct 10, Buell rated it it was amazing. Published April 17th by Verso first published From edition Issue 2.
Some readers may ask why there is no discussion of the fantasy genre here.
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What quickly begins to emerge is a vast inventory of science fiction texts that imagine both Utopia and Dystopia. But Archaeologies of the Future is so much more than that. Refresh and try again.
Book Review: Archaeologies of the Future
From that point onward the rest of the work seems to explore that imagined space and endeavor to fish out various bits of meaning and significance from the text. I’m feeling positive about this book because the last essay was the real reason I bought the book to begin with – analysis of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars trilogy.
Super theoretical and dense! The book opens with a discussion of the seminal texts on Utopianism.
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Jameson’s analysis underscores how this and other works by Le Guin depict the pitfalls of the radical re-imagining of society often necessary to realize the Utopia.