Peter Marks is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Sydney, Australia. He is the author of four monographs, including George Orwell the Essayist (2011), Imagining Surveillance: Eutopian and Dystopian Literature and Film (2015) and British Literature of the 1990s: Endings and Beginnings (2018). Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor is Professor of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Pennsylvania State University, USA. She is author of Postmodern Utopias and Feminist Fictions (2013) and three other authored or edited volumes, publishing as well numerous articles and book chapters on literature and the environment. She is past president of the Society for Utopian Studies. Ftima Vieira has coordinated four funded projects on utopianism. She has edited or co-edited several volumes in the field, among them Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (2016) and Dystopia Matters: On the page, on screen, on stage (2013), as well as numerous book chapters and articles in Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian and English. She was the Chair of the Utopian Studies Society / Europe from 2006 to 2016.
Introduction, Peter Marks, Ftima Vieira, Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor.- Utopia Patricia Vieira.- Dystopia, Gregory Claeys.- Critical Dystopia, Ildney de Ftima 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, Ftima 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 Avils.- Animal Rights, Jos 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 Lusa 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 Andr De Sousa.- Education, Darren Webb.- Religion, Jose Eduardo Franco.- Hospitality, Goncalo Marcelo.- Sexualities, Quitterie de Beauregard.- Death, Paola Spinozzi , The Posthumanism, Naomi Jacobs.