ARUS Network

The ARUS network brings together, from a variety of countries, scholars doing Utopian Studies. The network is organized per country and aims at facilitating the identification of the topics on which its members have been working, having in view the joint submission of international research projects. If you are a (junior or senior) researcher in the field of Utopian Studies, join in by filling the ARUS form. Please insert all information in English.


Cristina Dodson-Castillón (Spain)
University of Seville
Junior (< 10 years of experience )
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Dystopian Studies; Utopian Studies; Science Fiction; Popular Culture; Cultural Studies; Gender Studies; Feminism; Contemporary Fiction; Fantasy Fiction

Dr Caroline Edwards (United Kingdom)
Lecturer in Modern & Contemporary Literature, Birkbeck, University of London
Junior (< 10 years of experience )
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Contemporary literature, critical theory, Ernst Bloch, Herbert Marcuse, Science Fiction

Idit (Israel)
Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning-Technion
Junior (< 10 years of experience )
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Kibbutz; spatial planing; social order; utopian space

Iolanda Ramos (Portugal)
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Senior (> 20 years experience)
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Utopia, Cultural Studies, Translation, Victorian Studies, Neo-Victorianism, English Studies, Ruskin Studies

KAIS A. KADHIM (Malaysia)
Assistant Professor
Senior (> 20 years experience)
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translation, culture , discourse studies and linguistics

KAIS A. KADHIM (Malaysia)
Assistant Professor
Senior (> 20 years experience)
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translation, culture , discourse studies and linguistics

Lucas Emmanuel Misseri (Argentina)
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
Intermediate (> 10 and < 20 years of experience)
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Literary Utopias, Renaissance Utopias, Ethics, Political Philosophy, Contemporary Utopianism

Rogério Bianchi de Araújo (Brazil)
Universidade Federal de Goiás - Campus Catalão
Intermediate (> 10 and < 20 years of experience)
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utopia, distopia, pensamento complexo, cinema, literatura, antropologia, Ciências Sociais, transdisciplinaridade, imaginário