Alice Gorman is an internationally recognised scholar in the field of space archaeology, and author of the award-winning book Dr Space Junk vs The Universe: Archaeology and the Future (MIT Press, 2019). S
She is an associate professor at Flinders University and a Vice-Chair of the Global Expert Group on Sustainable Lunar Activities.
EssayWinner of the Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing 2017 AS AN ARCHAEOLOGIST working in the remote areas around Woomera and the Nullarbor Plain, my understanding of South Australia was first informed by rocks and soil. There were fossils...
Non-fictionWHAT WILL IT mean for a woman to set foot on the Moon, a world whose human landscape has so far been shaped largely by men? In the twentieth century, twelve men became moonwalkers, their footprints tenuous trace-fossils pressed...