Printed in Utopia

Printed in Utopia

In sailing to Utopia, we must first chart our ships through the Renaissance to discover our radical intellectual origins.

Printed in Utopia

In sailing to Utopia, we must first chart our ships through the Renaissance to discover our radical intellectual origins.

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Jul 31, 2020
978-1-78904-383-9

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Cultural & social, History & theory, Renaissance

Synopsis

Printed in Utopia examines the bloody era of the Renaissance in all of its contradictions and moments of utopian possibility. From the dissenting religious anarchists of the 17th century, to the feminist verse of Amelia Lanyer and Richard Barnfield's poetics of gay rights. From an analysis of the rhetoric of feces in Martin Luther, to the spiritual liberation of Anna Trapnell.

What is presented is the radical Renaissance too often hidden away, an age which birthed our modern world in all of its ugliness, but which still holds the latent seeds for a new and better future world.

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