Debbora Battaglia is a Research Professor of Anthropology Emeritus. She writes at the intersection of science, technology and art, with a special interest in the ethics of world-making and interbeing relations. She is the author of On the Bones of the Serpent: Person, Memory, and Mortality in Sabarl Island Society (University of Chicago Press) and of the monograph Bringing Home to Moresby (IASR Press). She is also the editor of collections which include Extreme: Humans at Home in the Cosmos (Anthropological Quarterly), Rhetorics of Self-Making (University of California Press), and E.T. Culture: Anthropology in Outerspaces (Duke University Press). Her current book project is titled Archipe/logics: An Anthropologist’s Itinerary through Life and Art.