Mladen Srdić

313 days ago

[...] in our globalizing, urbanizing, capitalist age, such places remind us that there are alternative ways to relate to the world, and the people, around us: they spur our utopian imagination.

A Trip to St. Kilda, Scotland’s Lost Utopia in the Sea

newyorker.com

In 1877, George Seton, a visitor to the tiny Scottish archipelago of St. Kilda, observed that the men living there had an unusual physiological characteristic.