Utopia – Then and Now
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Who this event is for
Words at King's Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
- Matthew Beaumont
Senior Lecturer at UCL
- Chloë Houston
Lecturer at University of Reading
- Nicole Pohl
Reader in Early Modern Literature at Oxford Brookes University
- Michael Caines
Utopia, one of the most provocative and influential inventions of the humanist mind, turns 500 in 2016 – are More’s ideas still relevant to us today? What did they mean at the time, and to him personally, and how have they shaped the thinking of others?
Assistant Editor of the
Times Literary Supplement,
Michael Caines, chairs a discussion with
Matthew Beaumont, Senior Lecturer at UCL and the author of The Spectre of Utopia and Utopia Ltd,
Chloë Houston, a lecturer in the University of Reading and the author of
The Renaissance Utopia
Nicole Pohl, Reader in Early Modern Literature at Oxford Brookes University.
The Times Literary Supplement
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