|Dr. Andrew Wood
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Bellamy, E. (1888/1997) Looking backward. New York, NY: Dover Thrift Edition. Also available online http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/BELLAMY/front.html
More, T. (1516/1997). Utopia. New York, NY: Dover Thrift Edition. Also available online http://www.d-holliday.com/tmore/utopia.htm
Reading Packet. Available at Maple Press (408 297 1000)
Supplemental Readings in Order of Appearance
Gibson, W. (1981). The gernsback continuum. In T. Carr's (ed.), Universe 11 (pp. 81-90). Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company.
Plato. (380 BCE, 1960). Gorgias (W. Hamilton, trans.). New York: Penguin Books.
Plato. (360 BCE, 1991). The republic: Book five (A. Bloom, trans.). New York: Basic Books.
Winthrop, J. (1630/1838). A modell [sic] of christian charity. Collections of the Massachusetts historical society, 3rd series 7:31-48. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society. Available online: http://history.hanover.edu/texts/winthmod.html
Burg, D.F. (1976). Chicago's white city of 1893. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.
Larson, E. (2003). The devil in the white city: Murder, magic, and madness at the fair that changed America. New York: Crown Publishers.
Dial. (1893, September 1). A midway review. The Dial, pp. 105-107.
Paine, J. (1979). Sophia Hayden and the woman's building. Helicon Nine, 1(2), pp. 29-37.
Garreau, J. (1991). Edge city: Life on the new frontier (The machine, the garden, and paradise: 362-372). New York: Doubleday.
Christensen, C.A. (1986). The American garden city and the new towns movement. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press.
Howard, E. (1898/1965). Garden cities of to-morrow. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Kihlstedt. F.T. (1986). Utopia realized: The world's fairs of the 1930s. In J.J. Corn's (ed.), Imagining tomorrow: History, technology, and the American future (pp. 97-118). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Gelernter, D. (1995). 1939: The lost world of the fair. New York: Free Press.
Exposition Publications. (1939). Official guide book. New York: Expositions Publications.
General Motors. (1939). Highways and horizons: The general motors exhibit building. Detroit: General Motors.
Susman, W.I. (1980). The people's fair: Cultural contradictions of a consumer society. In H.A. Harrison's (ed.), Dawn of a new day: The New York world's fair, 1939/40 (pp. 17-27). New York: The Queens Museum.
Rydell, R.W. (1993). World of fairs: The century-of-progress expositions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dikkers, S. (1999). Family unit gazes happily into glorious, shining future. Our dumb century. New York: Three Rivers Press.
Holland, B. (1999). Wasn't the grass greener? Thirty-three reasons why life isn't as good as it used to be. San Diego: Harvest.
Garreau, J. (1991). Edge city: Life on the new frontier (Boston: 72-97). New York: Doubleday.
Davis, M. (1999). Fortress Los Angeles: The militarization of urban space. In M. Sorkin's (ed), Variations on a theme park: The new American city and the end of public space (pp. 154-180). New York: Hill and Wang.
Hellman, H. (1970). The city in the world of the future. New York: M. Evans and Company.
Morris, P. (1997). Design of celebration. Celebration Journal, 1, pp. 37-43.
Wood, A. (2002). Gendered topography in a heterotopian pleasure garden. In A. Bingaman, L. Sanders, & R. Zorach (Eds.), Embodied utopias: Gender, social change, and the modern metropolis (pp. 188-203). London: Routledge.
Putnam, R.D. (1995). Bowling alone: America's declining social capital. Journal of Democracy, 6(1), pp. 65-78.
Miller, D.W. (1999, July 16). Perhaps we bowl alone, but does it really matter? Chronicle of Higher Education, pp. A16-17.