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Outline 11/11/08 Utopia I. Introduction A. Utopia Defined -an idea, a plan B. And Progress C. Social Critique D. Utopia and America II. History of Utopian thought A. From Plato to Thomas More B. The utopian spirit in America C. Utopian Socialism: Owen, Fourier, etc. D. religious utopia in the age of revivals E. anti-modernism and feminism F. counterculture III. Utopian Movements and Communities in the U.S. A. Shakers B. the antebellum hothouse (ca. 1800-1860) 1. New Harmony 2. Nashoba 3. Brook Farm 4.
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Unformatted text preview: Oneida C. Progressive Age (ca. 1880-1920) 1. Bellamy and the Nationalist movement 2. Kaweah and other communes 3. sots, theosophists, and health reformers (John Harvey Kellogg and Battle Creek sanitarium) D. The 1960s 1. Drop City and Buckminster Fuller 2. Hog Farm hippies 3. Twin Oaks and behaviorism 4. Diggers and anarchism 5. Farmies and Buddhist peace IV. The Utopian Literary Tradition--Some thoughts on Bellamys Looking Backward and its context...
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