UNESCO Recognizes Feminist Utopian Novel Sultana’s Dream

“Sultana’s Dream,” written by Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain in 1905, was recently recognized by UNESCO and added to its “Memory of the World” list. This novel, one of the first feminist utopian texts, envisions a world led by women using scientific advancements and peaceful means, with men relegated to domestic roles. This recognition highlights the cultural and historical importance of the work, its pioneering introduction of feminist ideas, and its advanced predictions of technologies like solar panels and flying cars. UNESCO’s acknowledgment aims to preserve this documentary legacy for future generations and enhance global cultural appreciation.

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