Who goes there? Science, fiction, and belonging in Antarctica by Elena Glasberg
State-run science has in many ways solved the problem of Antarctica’s troublesome materiality and provided a safe course for national rivalry.
The extraterrestrial Earth: Antarctica as analogue for space exploration by Stephen J. Pyne
If you want to imagine the next century of exploration throughout the solar system, look to the last century’s experience in Antarctica.
On the Ice: Individual and Group Adaptation in Antarctica by Lawrence A. Palinkas
Sociocultural Influences on Psychosocial Adjustment in Antarctica by Lawrence A. Palinkas
Logistics, Technology, and Science
Law and Politics
“…there are grounds for filing a complaint against Raytheon for not paying its Antarctic employees overtime.”
“In addition the vinyl was removed as a single sheet.”
“We know as workers who participated in removing the flooring that this is not correct.”
“I love to take care of the sick, injured and bewildered. This is my greatest joy.”
“Symmes and His Theory”(pdf/674k)
Reprint from Harper’s (probably 1888), regarding John Cleves Symmes’ theory that the earth has holes at the poles. Symmes’ lobbying to promote an American expedition to prove his theory resulted in the Wilkes expedition.
The Worst Journey in the World by Apsley Cherry-Garrard