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Society for Utopian Studies 28th Annual Meeting
30 October 2003 to 2 November 2003, San Diego, California,
United States

Founded in 1975, the Society for Utopian Studies is an
international, interdisciplinary association devoted to the
study of utopianism in all its forms. Scholars and
practitioners representing a wide variety of disciplines
and endeavors are active in the association and
approach utopian studies from such diverse backgrounds
as American studies, architecture, the arts, classics,
cultural studies, economics, engineering, environmental
studies, gender studies, history, languages and
literature, philosophy, political science, psychology,
sociology and urban planning. The Society encourages
participation from those involved in communal living and
other utopian arrangements.

The Society publishes a journal, Utopian Studies, and a
newsletter, Utopus Discovered. The latter contains
information on upcoming conferences and workshops, as
well as a bibliography of recent publications in the field.

The twenty-eighth annual meeting of the Society for
Utopian Studies will be held at the Bahia Resort Hotel in
San Diego, California, October 30 - November 2, 2003.
The Conference Chair is Paul Majkut (National
University). If you wish to organize a panel or present a
paper, please send an abstract of no more than 100
words by May 30, 2003 to:
Paul Majkut
11255 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, California 92037-1011
Phone 858-642-8465
FAX 858-642-8715
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Annual meetings of the Society for Utopian Studies are
ideal occasions for intellectual interchange in a
cooperative, non-competitive, congenial, and convivial
environment. At each meeting, the Society presents the
Arthur O. Lewis Award for the best paper by a junior
scholar given at the previous annual meeting and the
Eugenio Battisti Award for the best article in each
volume of Utopian Studies. For more information, see our
web-site at
http://www.utoronto.ca/utopia

Membership in the Society includes announcements
regarding the annual meeting, Utopian Studies, and
Utopus Discovered. Dues are $45.00 for regular
membership, $20.00 for students, retired and
unemployed. You can become a Sponsor for $100.00, a
Benefactor for $200.00, or a Patron for $300.00.

To become a member, please send a check for the
appropriate amount to:
Lyman Tower Sargent
Society for Utopian Studies
Department of Political Science
University of Missouri-St. Louis
St. Louis, MO 63121-4499

Make checks payable to The Society for Utopian Studies.
Checks should be drawn on a U. S. bank in U. S. dollars,
or in the U. K. in the equivalent amount in British pounds,
made out to Lyman Tower Sargent, or send an
international money order.

For instructions on payment by international wire
transfer, please contact the treasurer:
Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor
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fax: 901-678-2226

E-mail enquiries: [log in to unmask]

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