Tag: Apollo 11

Encounters with Lunar Dust

Alexandra Frankel , July 12th, 2019

From Neil Armstrong’s footprints to future missions to Mars, contamination fears and policies lie at the heart of our cosmic explorations. The stiff, gray cardboard box sat calmly…

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The Moon as Metaphor in Migration Research

Alexandra Frankel , July 12th, 2019

Chinese migrants are influential players in the Made in Italy fashion sector. They are also perceived as unfamiliar and alien, inauthentic producers of uniquely “Italian” merchandise. I figure…

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Finding Home

Alexandra Frankel , July 11th, 2019

As Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon my mother leapt toward marriage in Tehran. The night of the moon landing fell in the middle of a hectic week…

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La science-fiction et l’anthropologie : des récits entrecroisés / 2

Marie-Pierre Renaud , September 7th, 2016

Par Martin Hébert Ce texte a d’abord été publié dans la revue Solaris (2013, no 183).  Si l’on compare l’histoire des sciences sociales et celle des littératures de l’imaginaire, nous…

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