DOI: 10.1177/10778004231188059 ISSN:

Slow News From Nowhere and Other Utopias?

Graham Francis Badley
  • Social Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Anthropology

In this extension to Scribbling Towards Utopia, I concentrate on two authors who make their own utopian strivings key features of their work: William Morris, the English socialist, and John Dewey, the American philosopher and liberal educator. I also borrow ideas from Jasmine Ulmer’s Writing Slow Ontology to suggest that our utopian hopes will, if ever, only be attained slowly and not quickly.

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