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This episode would have us engage with „humanity’s biggest driving force – hope” albeit from a feminist perspective and it is, therefore, focusing on the right and the imagination of women who look toward a better future. The topic is addressed first from a historical view and takes into account important utopian thinkers such as Thomas More, Fourier, and Saint-Simon, but then shifts to women’s contributions bringing hope, and presents a “brilliant feminist writer” such as Ursula le Guin, draws on poetry so as to address the critics of utopian thought and re-establish its value, especially with a view to women and courageous utopian outlook.

The episode is read by the author, Ana Maskalan.


Despot Blaženka. 1987. Žensko pitanje i socijalističko samoupravljanje. Zagreb: Cekade.

Eddo-Lodge, Reni. 2019. Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Le Guin, Ursula K. 1997. Dancing at the Edge of the World: Thoughts on Words, Women, Places. Newburyport: Grove/Atlantic, Incorporated.