By Christopher J. Lee
Jet lag is a temporary situation because of the human physique and its internal clock being pitched opposed to the time-leaping results of contemporary aviation. yet greater than that, it's a scenario that explains time, expertise, and the human physique. Jet lag epitomizes the sped up international we are living in. It makes the rate and pain of globalization tangible on a private point.
Tracing physiological, temporal, technological, and cultural meanings, Christopher J. Lee's Jet Lag ponders our intrinsic human limits within the face of recent innovation, revealing the latent expenditures of world cosmopolitanism today.
Object classes is released in partnership with an essay sequence in The Atlantic.