Utopia komunikacyjna w działaniu. Charlotte Perkins Gilman język emancypacyjnej literatury i architektury

Katarzyna Trzeciak

Abstrakt

Communicational Utopia in Action. Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Language of Emancipatory Literature and Architecture

The article presents and comments on the activity of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, an American suffragette, writer, and activist for the emancipation of women. The dominant feature of the presentation is a reflection on the project of utopian communication, to which Gilman subordinated her literature and plans for the reform of domestic space. In the essay, I present the issues of language, voice, and status of women’s speech, inscribing them into the framework of the communication utopia as an ideal of a rational society

Słowa kluczowe: sfera publiczna, utopia komunikacyjna, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, rewolucja przestrzeni domowej / public sphere, communicational utopia, home space revolution
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