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Vol. 9 (1) (May 2014)
Island Studies Journal – ISSN: 1715 – 2593
Vol. 9, No. 1, May 2014
Pages 1 – 2: Table of Contents
Pages 3 – 68: Special Section:
Islands and the Borders of Southern Europe
Pages 3 – 6: Guest Editorial Introduction:
The uses of islands in the production of the southern European migration border
Pages 7 – 22: Multi-levelling and externalizing migration and asylum:
lessons from the southern European islands
Pages 43 – 56: Opening up the island: a 'counter-islandness' approach to migration in Malta
Pages 57 – 68: Islands and the offshoring possibilities and strategies of contemporary states:
insights on/for the migration phenomenon on Europe's southern flank
Pages 69 – 78: Alderney: gambling, bitcoin and the art of unorthodoxy
Pages 79 – 102: Community sustainability in the year-round islands of Maine
Pages 103 – 122: Island nationalism in Newfoundland and Puerto Rico:
the role of political parties and political leaders
Pages 123 – 134: On the rationality of Manx crabs
Pages 135 – 154: A small separate fatherland of our own
Pages 155 – 166: Not continents in miniature: islands as ecotones
Climate change and tradition in a small island state: The rising tide by Peter Rudiak-Gould. (reviewer: Ilan Kelman)
Talk of St Kitts and Nevis by Philip Baker & Lee Pederson and Bequia talk (St Vincent and the Grenadines) by Miriam Meyerhoff & James A. Walker. (reviewer: Joshua Nash)
Atoll island states and international law: Climate change displacement and sovereignty by Lilian Yamamoto & Miguel Esteban (reviewer: Carola Betzold)
Vivre la mer: Expressions océaniennes de l’insularité by Hélène Guiot (ed.). (reviewer: Nathalie Bernardie-Tahir).
Cultural Geographies, 20(2), 2012. Special issue: islanding cultural geographies by Godfrey Baldacchino & Eric Clark (guest editors). (reviewer: Carl J. Griffin).
Music-making in the Faroes: The experience of music-making in the Faroes and making Metal Faroese by Joshua John Green. (reviewer: Henry Johnson).
Being an Island (Inselndasein). DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program. Exhibition at the Daadgalerie, Berlin, Germany.
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