ISJ-Editorial Board

Editorial Board of Island Studies Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Adam Grydehøj (Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada)

Deputy Editor for Excellence & Disciplines: Ilan Kelman (University College London, UK)

Deputy Editor for Book Reviews: Lisa Fletcher (University of Tasmania, Australia)

Deputy Editor for Indigenous Research & Outreach: Uluunguaq Markussen (Ilisimatusarfik/University of Greenland, Greenland)

Deputy Editor for Diversity & Regions: Yaso Nadarajah (RMIT University, Australia) 

Deputy Editor for Island Literature Scholarship: Maeve McCusker (Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Deputy Editor for Island Climate Change and Environment Scholarship: Jan Petzold (Alfred Wegner Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Germany)

Deputy Editor for Institutional Relations: G.Edward MacDonald (Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada)

Deputy Editor for Policy Impact: Elaine Stratford (University of Tasmania, Australia)

Deputy Editor for Digital Communications: Evangelia Papoutsaki (Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand)

Editor Emeritus: Godfrey Baldacchino (University of Malta, Malta) 

Book Reviews Team

Chet Van Duzer (Island literature)
Los Altos CA, USA

Jonathan Pugh (Politics & development studies)
Newscastle University, UK

Johannes Riquet (Fiction, film, and literature)
University of Zurich, Switzerland

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International Editorial Board - Term: 01 January 2017 - 31 December 2020

Harvey W. Armstrong (Economic geography)

University of Sheffield, UK

 

Geoff Bertram (Economics)

Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

 

Lindsay Bremner (Architecture & built environment)

University of Westminster, UK

 

Jean-Marie Breton (Law)

Universite' Antilles-Guyanne, France

 

Richard W. Butler (Tourism studies)

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

 

Eric Clark (Cultural geography)

Lund University, Lund, Sweden

 

Peter Clegg (Politics & Caribbean studies)

University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

 

John Connell (Development geography & Pacific studies)

University of Sydney, Australia

 

Jeffrey Sasha Davis (Geography)

Keene State College NH, USA

 

Elizabeth M. DeLoughrey (Caribbean & Pacific Islands literature)

Cornell University, USA

 

John R. Gillis (Social history)

Rutgers University, USA

 

Vanessa Gaitree Gowreesunkar (Tourism)

Mauritus Institute of Education, Mauritius

 

Peter Hay (Environmental politics)

University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

 

Russell King (Geography & migration)

University of Sussex, UK

 

David Lowenthal (Social geography)

University of London, UK

 

Jeff Malpas (Philosophy & place studies)

University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

 

Grant McCall (Anthopology)

University of Sydney, Australia

 

Elizabeth McMahon (Island literature & Australian studies)

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

 

Luciano Minerbi (Urban studies & regional planning)

University of Hawai'i, Honolulu HI, USA

 

Keith Nurse (Development & entrepreneurship)

University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados

 

Evangelia Papoutsaki (International communication)

UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand

 

Luisa Percopo (Modern literature)

University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy

 

Gerard Persoon (Anthropology & East Asian islands)

Leiden University, Netherlands

 

Kimberly Peters (Geography of water)

University of Liverpool, UK

 

Dana Pietsch (Physical geography)

University of Tübingen, Germany

 

Jonathan Pugh (Democratic theory & development)

Newcastle University, UK

 

Graeme Robertson (Community development & island biodiversity)

Global Islands Network

 

Owe Ronström (Cultural studies & ethnology)

Uppsala University - Campus Gotland, Sweden

 

Michael Scantlebury (Hospitality & tourism)

Grand Valley State University, USA

 

Kalim Ullah Shah (Climate change adaptation & green economy)

Indiana University, USA

 

Timothy M. Shaw (Political economy & Commonwealth studies)

University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA

 

Vanessa Smith (Literature & anthropology)

University of Sydney, Australia

 

Philip E. Steinberg (Ocean governance & marine political economy)

Durham University, UK

 

Huei-Min Tsai (Environmental education)

National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Phillip Vannini (Transport & cultural studies)

Royal Roads University, Victoria BC, Canada

 

Wouter Veenendaal (Government & democracy)

Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), Netherlands

 

Huan Zhang (Archipelagos & maritime industies)

Zhejiang University, Zhoushan, China

 

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International Editorial Board - Term: 01 January 2013 - 31 December 2016

Harvey W. Armstrong

Economic geography, University of Sheffield, UK

 

Geoff Bertram

Economics, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

 

Jean-Marie Breton

Law, Universite' Antilles-Guyanne, France

 

Lino Briguglio

Economics & Director, Islands & Small States Institute, University of Malta, Malta

 

Richard W. Butler

Tourism studies, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

 

David Chang Chang-Yi

Geography, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Eric Clark

Cultural geography, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

 

Peter Clegg

Politics & Caribbean studies, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

 

John Connell

Development geography & Pacific studies, University of Sydney, Australia

 

Paul D'Arcy

Asian, Pacific & environmental history, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

 

Jeffrey Sasha Davis

Geography, Keene State College NH, USA

 

Elizabeth M. DeLoughrey

Caribbean & Pacific Islands Literature, Cornell University, USA

 

Lisa Fletcher

English literature, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

 

Lucinda Fonseca

Migration & cultural geography, University of Lisbon, Portugal

 

Maasaki Gabe

Cultural studies & geography, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan

 

John R. Gillis

Social history, Rutgers University NJ, USA

 

Adam Grydehøj

Urban island studies & Island Dynamics

 

Peter Hay

Environmental politics, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

 

Phil Hayward

Island studies, Centre for Pacific Islands, Kagoshima University, Japan (visiting)

 

Eve Hepburn

Politics & stateless regional and nationalist parties, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

 

Russell King

Geography & migration research, University of Sussex, UK

 

David W. Kupferman

University of Hawai'i-West Oahu, USA

 

Sa'liliemanu Lilomaiava-Doktor

Pacific Island Studies, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu HI, USA

 

Bjarne Lindstrom

Politics & regional development, Statistics & Research Åland

 

David Lowenthal

Social geography, University of London, UK

 

Jeff Malpas

Philosophy/ place studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

 

Jodie Matthews

Cultural studies, University of Huddersfield, UK

 

Marie-Antoinette Maupertuis

Economics, Universita' di Corsica Pasquale Paoli, Corte, Corsica, France

 

Grant McCall

Anthopology, University of Sydney, Sydney

 

Jerome L. McElroy

Tourism economics, St Mary's College, South Bend IN, USA  (1937-2014)

 

Elizabeth McMahon

Island literature & Australian studies, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

 

Luciano Minerbi

Urban studies & regional planning, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu HI, USA

 

Keith Nurse

Development & entrepreneurship, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados

 

Evangelia Papoutsaki

International communication, UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand

 

Luisa Percopo

Modern literature, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy

 

Gerard Persoon

Anthropology/ East Asian islands, Leiden University, The Netherlands

 

Dana Pietsch

Physical geography, University of Tübingen, Germany

 

Bernard Poirine

Economics, Universite' de la Polynesie Francaise, Tahiti

 

Jonathan Pugh

Democratic theory & development, Newcastle University, UK

 

Graeme Robertson

Community development & island biodiversity, Global Islands Network

 

Owe Ronstrom

Cultural studies & ethnology, University of Gotland, Visby, Sweden

 

Michael Scantlebury

Hospitality & tourism, Grand Valley State University MI, USA

 

Timothy M. Shaw

Political economy & Commonwealth studies, University of Massachusetts, Boston MA, USA

 

Roy Smith

International development & small states, Nottingham Trent University, UK

 

Vanessa Smith

Literature & anthropology, University of Sydney, Australia

 

Philip E. Steinberg

Ocean governance & marine political economy, Florida State University, USA

 

Baldur Thorallsson

Political science & international relations, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

 

Huei-Min Tsai

Environmental education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Phillip Vannini

Island transport & cultural studies, Royal Roads University, Victoria BC, Canada

 

Jean-Yves Vigneau

Artist, Iles de la Madeleine QC, Canada

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International Editorial Board - Term: 01 January 2009 - 31 December 2012

Harvey Armstrong
Economic geography
University of Sheffield, UK

Barry Bartmann
International politics / micro-state studies
University of Prince Edward Island, Canada

Geoff Bertram
Economics
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Peter Billing
History
Centre for Regional & Tourism Research, Bornholm, Denmark

Lino Briguglio
Economics / Director, Islands & Small States Institute
University of Malta, Malta

Richard Butler
Tourism studies
University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK

Eric Clark
Cultural geography
University of Lund, Sweden

John Connell
Development geography / Pacific studies
University of Sydney, Australia

Ron Crocombe (Passed away: June 2009)
Pacific island studies
Cook Islands

Arthur L. Dahl
Environment & ecology / Islands directory
International Environment Forum, Geneva, Switzerland

Paul D'Arcy
Asian, Pacific & environmental history
Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies, Australian National University

Elizabeth DeLoughrey
Caribbean & Pacific Islands Literature
Cornell University, USA

Lisa Fletcher
English literature
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

John R. Gillis
Social history
Rutgers University NJ, USA

Lorraine Guay
Human geography
Université Laval, Québec, Canada

Gerald Haberkorn
Demography / Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Noumea, French Caledonia

Otto Heim
Postcolonialism / Maori literature
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China

Peter Hay
Environmental politics
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

Hiroshi Kakazu
Sustainable development
Okinawa / Temple University (Japan Campus), Tokyo

Russell King
Geography / migration research
University of Sussex, UK

Patrick V. Kirch
Anthropology / integrative biology
University of California, Berkeley CA, USA

Peter Larmour
Policy studies / governance
Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Bjarne Lindstrőm
Politics / regional development
Statistics and Research Åland

David Lowenthal
Social geography
University of London, UK

Edward MacDonald
History
University of Prince Edward Island, Canada

Grant McCall
Anthropology / Int'l Small Islands Studies Association
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Jerome L. McElroy
Tourism economics
St Mary’s College IN, USA

David A. Milne
Public policy / federalism
University of Malta, Malta & University of Prince Edward Island, Canada

Luciano Minerbi
Urban studies / regional planning
University of Hawaii, Honolulu HI, USA

Patrick Nunn
Oceanic geoscience
University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

Gert Oostindie
Colonial history of Dutch Caribbean
Royal Netherlands Institute of South-East Asian & Caribbean Studies, Leiden, The Netherlands

Gerard Persoon
Anthropology / East Asian islands
Leiden University, The Netherlands

Bernard Poirine
Economics
Université de la Polynesie Française, Tahiti, French Polynesia

Bruce Potter
Island Resources Foundation
Virgin Islands / Washington DC, USA

Naren Prasad
Development economics & social policy
International Labour Office / UN Research Institute for Social Development, Switzerland

Ralph R. Premdas
Public policy / Caribbean political studies
University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago

Max Quanchi
Pacific History / colonialism
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

Graeme Robertson
Community development / island biodiversity
Global Islands Network

Owe Ronström
Cultural studies / ethnography
University of Gotland, Visby, Sweden

Timothy M. Shaw
Governance / international relations
University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago

James D. Sidaway
Human geography
University of Plymouth, UK

Vanessa Smith
Literature / anthropology
University of Sydney, Australia

Henry F. Srebrnik
International politics / islands & small state studies
University of Prince Edward Island, Canada

Philip E. Steinberg
Ocean governance / marine political economy
Florida State University, USA

Paul K. Sutton
Political economy of development / governance
London Metropolitan University, UK

Baldur Thorallsson
Political science & international relations
Centre for Small State Studies, University of Iceland

Huei-Min Tsai
Environmental education
National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan

Phillip Vannini
Cultural studies / island transport cultures
Royal Roads University, Victoria BC, Vancouver Island, Canada

Jean-Yves Vigneau
Artist
Îles de la Madeleine, Québec, Canada

 

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Founding Editorial Board of ISJ - Term: 01 July 2005 - 31 December 2008

Harvey Armstrong
Economic geography
University of Sheffield, UK

Victor Ayeni
Governance & public sector reform
Commonwealth Secretariat
London, UK

Barry Bartmann
International politics / micro-state studies
UPEI, Canada

Geoff Bertram
Economics
Victoria University of Wellington,New Zealand

Peter Billing
History
Centre for Regional & Tourism Research, Bornholm

Lino Briguglio
Macro-economics / Director, ISSI
University of Malta, Malta

Richard Butler
Tourism studies
University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK

David Chang Chang-Yi
Physical geography
National Taiwan University

Gillian Cambers
Sustainable development
University of Puerto Rico

Eric Clark
Cultural geography
University of Lund, Sweden

John Connell
Development geography & Pacific studies
University of Sydney, Australia

Ron Crocombe
Pacific island studies
Cook Islands

Arthur E. Dahl
Environment & ecology / Earthwatch
Islands Directory, UNEP, Geneva

Calbert H. Douglas
Built environments
University of Salford, UK

John R. Gillis
Social history
Rutgers University NJ, USA

Robert Greenwood
Regional development
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Gerald Haberkorn
Demography / Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Noumea

Peter Hay
Environmental politics
University of Tasmania, Australia

Philip Hayward
Contemporary music studies & Coordinator SICRI
Macquarie University, Australia (resignation accepted: February 1, 2007)

Hiroshi Kakazu
Sustainable development
University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa

Russell King
Geography & migration research
University of Sussex, UK

Peter Larmour
Policy & governance
Australian National University

Bjarne Lindstrőm
Politics & regional development
Statistics Office, Åland Islands

David Lowenthal
Social geography
University of London, UK

Edward MacDonald
History
UPEI, Canada

Grant McCall
Anthropology/ President, ISISA
University of New South Wales, Australia

Jerome L. McElroy
Tourism economics
St Mary’s College IN, USA

Christine McMurray
Demography & health
Australian National University

David A. Milne
Public Policy & federalism
University of Malta & UPEI

Luciano Minerbi
Urban & regional planning
University of Hawaii, USA

Patrick Nunn
Oceanic geoscience
University of the South Pacific, Fiji Islands

Karen Fog Olwig
Historical anthropology & Caribbean Studies
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Gert Oostindie
Caribbean & dutch colonial history
Royal Netherlands Institute of South-East Asian & Caribbean Studies, Leiden

Gerard A. Persoon
Environmental anthropology
University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Bernard Poirine
Economics
Université de la Polynesie Française, Tahiti

Ralph R. Premdas
Public policy
University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago

Moshe Rapaport
Geography & environmental studies
University of Hawai’i - West Hawai'i Center, USA

Robert Read
International economics
University of Lancaster, UK

Graeme Robertson
Community Development & Island Biodiversity
Global Islands Network

Timothy M. Shaw
Institute for International Relations
University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago

Roy Smith
International relations
Nottingham Trent University, UK

Vanessa Smith
Literature & anthropology
University of Sydney, Australia

Robert Snyder
Cultural anthropology
Islands Institute, Maine, USA

Philip E. Steinberg
Ocean governance & marine political economy
Florida State University, USA

Elaine Stratford
Political ecology & cultural geography
University of Tasmania, Australia

Konai Helu Thaman
Teacher education & culture
University of the South Pacific Fiji

Huei-Min Tsai
Environmental education
National Taiwan Normal University

Joeli Veitayaki
Marine studies
University of the South Pacific Fiji

Edward Warrington
Public administration
University of Malta, Malta

Doracie Zoleta-Nantes
Geography
University of the Philippines (Diliman)

Book Reviews Editors

Stephen A. Royle - reviews coordinator
Human Geography
Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

Elizabeth DeLoughrey
Caribbean & Pacific Islands Literature
Cornell University, USA

Chet van Duzer
Cantor Press
Los Altos, California, USA

(This list does not include many other ad hoc reviewers who contribute to the work of the Journal. Given the diversity of manuscripts involved in multidisciplinary publishing, it is common practice for the review process in such journals to rely on ad hoc reviewers whose research interest is in line with the research topic of a submitted manuscript. The generosity and expertise of these reviewers, alomg with that of the Board members who are called to provide this service, is invaluable to the review process.)