The Glass Dream Game is a *really* scholarly-feeling rpg about a university trying to bring about a utopian society in the wake of a serious war.
The pdf is 16 pages. There's very little art, but the layout is excellent and extremely easy to read.
The game uses the Belonging Outside Belonging system, so there's no dice, but failures let you accumulate a currency to exert more power over the story.
There also isn't a strong intrinsic hook---there's nothing the setting is immediately under threat by---so you'll either have to improvise your own or lean into the game's more balanced tone. It feels like it wants players to in-character grapple with lots of small, philosophical questions about direction and intention, but you could probably run it where it's about the university trying to head off a second war.
Overall, I think if you like high-concept stories, stuff with a slower burn, and GMless games, I'd recommend checking this out. It feels very polished, and quite different any game setting I've seen.