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Table of contents (pp. 1-2)
Hearing voices: colonialism, outsider perspectives, island and Indigenous issues, and publishing ethics — Adam Grydehøj (pp. 3-12)
Thematic section: Small island perspectives on climate change (Guest editors: Charlotte Eloise Stancioff & Rory A. Walshe)
Guest editorial: Small island perspectives on climate change — Rory A. Walshe & Charlotte Eloise Stancioff (pp. 13-24)
Comparing perceived effects of climate-related environmental change and adaptation strategies for the Pacific small island states of Tuvalu, Samoa, and Tonga — Katharina Beyerl, Harald A. Mieg, & Eberhard Weber (pp. 25-44)
Adapting to climate change impacts in Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia: the importance of environmental conditions and intangible cultural heritage — Reed M. Perkins & Stefan Michael Krause (pp. 65-78)
Adapting to climate change at the national level in Caribbean small island developing states — Stacy-ann Robinson (pp. 79-100)
Subnational climate justice for the French Outre-mer: postcolonial politics and geography of an epistemic shift — Malcom Ferdinand (pp. 119-134)
Climate change perceptions and preparation in the United States territories in the Pacific: American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands — Michael B. Schwebel (pp. 135-148)
Islandness within climate change narratives of small island developing states (SIDS) — Ilan Kelman (pp. 149-166)
Thematic section: Maritime and island culture along the Kuroshio Current (Guest editor: Hyekyung Hyun)
Guest editorial: Maritime and island culture along the Kuroshio Current — Hyekyung Hyun (pp. 167-170)
Sea deity beliefs of the Kuroshio oceanic cultural sphere: maritime traditions and cultural interaction among Jeju Island, Zhoushan Archipelago, and the Ryukyu Islands — Nam-chun Heo & Hyun-jeung Lee (pp. 171-184)
The influence of the Kuroshio Current on place naming on Green Island, Taiwan — Peter Kang (pp. 185-194)
Pork food culture and sustainability on islands along the Kuroshio Current: resource circulation and ecological communities in Okinawa and Jeju — Sanghee Lee & Hyekyung Hyun (pp. 195-208)
Other scholarly papers
Islands of islands: responses to the centre-periphery fractal model in East Futuna (Wallis and Futuna) and the Belep Islands (New Caledonia) — Adriano Favole & Lara Giordana (pp. 209-222)
Salt marsh synthesis: local politics, local identity perception and autonomy initiatives on Canvey Island (Essex, UK) — Philip Hayward (pp. 223-234)
Revisiting island decolonization: the pursuit of self-government in Pacific island polities under US hegemony — Moritz Pöllath (pp. 235-250)
Implications of tourism development on islets: Ilot Bernaches, Mauritius, as a destination management case study — Vanessa Gaitree Gowreesunkar, Masood A. Naqvi, & Hugues Séraphin (pp. 251-266)
Perceptions of entrepreneurial ecosystems in remote islands and core regions — Carmen Freitas & Michael Kitson (pp. 267-284)
Passport sales: how island microstates use strategic management to organise the new economic citizenship industry — Anthony van Fossen (pp. 285-300)
National identity politics and postcolonial sovereignty games: Greenland, Denmark, and the European Union by Ulrik Pram Gad (reviewer: Nina Doering) (pp. 301-302)
Island of Guanyin: Mount Putuo and its Gazetteers by Marcus Bingenheimer (reviewer: Adam Grydehøj) (pp. 303-304)
Tourist utopias: offshore islands, enclave spaces, and mobile imaginaries by Tim Simpson (ed.) (reviewer: Helen Kapstein) (pp. 305-306)
Îléité: perspectives sur le vécu insulaire by Bénédicte André (reviewer: Johannes Riquet) (pp. 306-308)
Coastal works: cultures of the Atlantic Edge by Nicholas Allen, Nick Groom, & Jos Smith (eds.) (reviewer: Martin Ledstrup) (pp. 308-309)
Island landscapes: an expression of European culture by Gloria Pungetti (Ed.) (reviewer: Theano S. Terkenli) (pp. 310-311)
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