"Appendix. Edilia, or 'Make of it what you will'"

Title"Appendix. Edilia, or 'Make of it what you will'"
Year for Search2000
AuthorsHarvey, David [W.](b. 1933)
Secondary TitleSpaces of Hope
Pagination257-81
Date Published2000
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Place PublishedEdinburgh, Scot.
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author, US author
Annotation

Appendix to his book on the power of the utopian imagination in which he sketches out his own utopian vision. The collapse of the world economy is followed by a period of harsh repression by the military and a revolution. After the revolution a eutopian society is created centered on a federal system that begins at the “hearth” or a small collective living arrangement. Environmentally conscious but using new technologies where possible.

Additional Publishers

U. S. ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000), 257-81.

Author Note

The author (b. 1933) was born in England where he got his doctorate in Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. He has taught in England and the U. S. where he is currently a Distinguished Professor of Anthropolgy at the City of University of New York.

Full Text

2000 Harvey, David [W.] (b. 1933). “Appendix. Edilia, or ‘Make of it what you will’.” In his Spaces of Hope (Edinburgh, Scot.: Edinburgh University Press, 2000), 257-81. U. S. ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000), 257-81. PSt

Appendix to his book on the power of the utopian imagination in which he sketches out his own utopian vision. The collapse of the world economy is followed by a period of harsh repression by the military and a revolution. After the revolution a eutopian society is created centered on a federal system that begins at the “hearth” or a small collective living arrangement. Environmentally conscious but using new technologies where possible. The author was born in England where he got his doctorate in Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. He has taught in England and the U. S. where he is currently a Distinguished Professor of Anthropolgy at the City of University of New York.