Michael P. Oman-Reagan

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Memorial University of Newfoundland. My doctoral research is on the Anthropology of Space. This includes: Space Science and Exploration; Interstellar Travel; Planetary Analogue Research; as well as SETI, Science/Speculative-Fiction, and Cultures of the Future.

I am also an activist, artist, and scholar of technology, social movements, and religion. My research looks at relations between humans, non-humans, and technology. My activism works for justice, broadly defined. My artwork explores communication, cultural preservation, and art-as-art in an era of art-as-commerce.

You may be interested in reading my research blog, seeing my artwork, or following me on Twitter, Academia.edu, or Tumblr. I also work with OurFutureEnvironment Consulting where we use social science to imagine a better world.

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