Island Studies Journal – ISSN: 1715 – 2593
Vol. 10, No. 1, May 2015
Pages 1 – 2: Table of Contents
Pages 3 – 6: Editorial
The tenth volume of Island Studies Journal; and a tribute to one who helped make it happen Godfrey Baldacchino and collaborators
Pages 7 – 14: Special Contribution
Journal of Island Studies: preliminary ideas from 1991, and comments from 2015 – Russell King and discussants
Pages 15 – 30: The Dutch Caribbean municipalities in comparative perspective – Wouter P. Veenendaal
Pages 31 – 48: Seychelles, a vulnerable or resilient SIDS? A local perspective –
Pages 49 – 70: Affordance of landscapes and economic socio-spatial networks in the Quinchao archipelago, Chile:
a contribution to landscape research and island studies.
Pages 71 – 90: Solving problems, the island way: human resourcefulness in action among the islanders of Gozo –
Pages 91 – 110: Satisfaction with the quality of life on Croatian small islands: Zlarin, Kaprije and Žirje –
Pages 111 – 122: On the representation of the island in my artwork – Astrid Nobel
Islandology: Geography, rhetoric, politics by Marc Shell. (reviewer: James E. Randall).
Archipelagic modernism: Literature in the Irish and British Isles, 1890-1970 by John Brannigan. (reviewer: Alexandra Campbell).
Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban works by Larry Grimes and Bickford Sylvester (Eds.). (reviewer: Sarah Driscoll).
An introduction to the green economy: Science, systems and sustainability by Adrian C. Newton and Elena Cantarello. (reviewer: Graeme Robertson).
Surpassing the sovereign state: The wealth, self-rule and security advantages of partially independent territories by David A. Rezvani. (reviewer: Godfrey Baldacchino).
Landscape of peace: Mechanisms of social control on Lamotrek Atoll, Micronesia by Kerstin J. S. Werle. (reviewer: Frank R. Thomas).
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