Vol. 6 (1) (May 2011)

Island Studies Journal - Vol. 6, No. 1, May 2011



Scholarly Articles:


Pages 3 -16:        Reading the Postcolonial Island in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide
[Abstract] [PDF]                                    
Pages 17 - 28:     Reading the Club as Colonial Island in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India and George Orwell’s Burmese Days
[Abstract] [PDF]    
Pages 29 - 44:      China’s Island Frontier: Geographical Ideas on the Continent- based Nationalist Narratives on Taiwan
Pages 45 - 58:     “Sex and the Island”: Lives of Single Women in Prince Edward Island
[Abstract] [PDF
Pages 59 - 86:    Participatory Action Research for Dealing with Disasters on Islands
Book & Film Reviews  [PDF]
Pages 87 - 110: 
Lost Land of the Dodo: An Ecological History of Mauritius, Réunion & Rodrigues by Anthony Cheke & Julian Hume
(reviewer: Marina Silva-Opps)
A Thousand Years of Whaling: A Faroese Common Property Regime by Seán P. Kerins
(reviewer: Joshua Green)
Robinson & compagnie: Aspects de l'insularité politique de Thomas More à Michel Tournier by Jean-Michel Racault
(reviewer: Aline Durel)
Pulp Friction in Tasmania: A Review of the Environmental Assessment of Gunn’s Proposed Pulp Mill by Fred P. Gale
(reviewer: Godfrey Baldacchino)
LiNQ (Literature of Northern Queensland), Vol. 37: Islands Special Issue(reviewer: Deirdre Kessler)
Famous Reporter 42 by Ralph Wessman & Lyn Reeves
(reviewer: Laurie Brinklow)
Profiling Vulnerability and Resilience: A Manual for Small States
by Lino Briguglio, Gordon Cordina, Stephanie Vella & Constance Vigilance (reviewer: Geoff Bertram)
Atlas of Remote Islands: Fifty Islands I Have Never Set Foot On and Never Will  by Judith Schalansky
(reviewer: Chet Van Duzer)
Trade, Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Key Issues for Small States, Least Developed Countries and Vulnerable Economies
by M. Kamal Gueye, Malena Sell & Janet R. Strachan
(reviewer: M. Satish Kumar)
La France dans le Pacifique Sud: Les Enjeux de la Puissance
by Nathalie Mrgudovic
(reviewer: Guglielmo Tita)
There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho. Movie directed by Briar March(reviewer: Ilan Kelman)


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