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Over recent years, numerous intertwined housing issues have intensified in Australia regarding the environmental impact, liveability, social equity and affordability of our housing stock and choices.
Demanding the Impossible has a distinctly Australian focus in contributions on nineteenth and twentieth century Australian utopianism, as well as chapters on environmental crisis and ethics, Christian socialism, science fiction and the work of Cormac McCarthy and China Mielville
Religion in a Secular Age? seeks to answer a series of pressing questions. What does it mean for the place of religion? Can the revival of religion be a positive and constructive force in relation to overcoming the morbid symptoms of late modernity? To these questions, the different writers of this volume have very different answers, even as they struggle in common with a world in crisis.