The Way Home: Space Migration and Disorientation

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2022 Number 107 & 108

The Way Home: Space Migration and Disorientation
Debra Benita Shaw pages 118-138
DOI: 10.3898/NewF:107-8.07.2022


At a time when the viability of planet Earth as a suitable home for the human species is in doubt, outer space is big business. This paper examines the politics of space migration and its effects in perpetuating myths of human exceptionalism. How can we think differently about the ontological determinants that govern our relationship to the planet that we think of as home?

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Debra Benita Shaw (2022) The Way Home: Space Migration and Disorientation, New Formations, 2022(107 & 108 ), 118-138.

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