Nomadic identities, archipelagic movements, and island diasporas (Editor: May Joseph)
Islander migrations and the oceans: From hopes to fears? — Ilan Kelman & Robert Stojanov
Island as urban artifact/archipelago as urban model — Brian McGrath
Disrupted identities and forced nomads: A post-disaster legacy of neocolonialism in the island of Barbuda, Lesser Antilles — Sophia Perdikaris, Rebecca Boger, Edith Gonzalez, Emira Ibrahimpašić, & Jennifer D. Adams
Movement from emerging economies to small island states: motivations of Nigerian educational tourists in North Cyprus — Cahit Ezel & Huseyin Arasli
Anthropocene islands (Editors: Jonathan Pugh & David Chandler)
Islands and the rise of correlational epistemology in the Anthropocene: Rethinking the trope of the ‘canary in the coalmine’ — David Chandler & Jonathan Pugh
Other scholarly papers
Marine biodiversity of a pristine coral reef in French Polynesia — David Lecchini, Frédéric Bertucci, Lily Fogg, Camille Gache, Pascal Ung, Yann Lacube, Cecile Berthe, Viliame Waqalevu, Alain Siu, & Tamatoa Bambridge
The impeded archipelago of Corsica and Sardinia — Marcel A. Farinelli
Electoral politics, party performance, and governance in Greenland: Parties, personalities, and cleavages in an autonomous subnational island jurisdiction — Yi Zhang, Xinyuan Wei, & Adam Grydehøj
Measuring accessibility and island development in Ambon City — Andiah Nurhaeny, Miming Miharja, Pradono, & Puspita Dirgahayani
Pacific realities: Changing perspectives on resilience and resistance by Laurent Dousset & Mélissa Nayral (Eds.) (reviewer: Dominik Schieder)
A power in the world: The Hawaiian Kingdom in Oceania by Lorenz Gonschor (reviewer: H. E. Chehabi)
God is Samoan: Dialogues between culture and theology in the Pacific by Matt Tomlinson (reviewer: Moritz Pöllath)
Waves of knowing: A seascape epistemology by Karin Amimoto Ingersoll (reviewer: Elena Burgos Martinez)
The Medieval cultures of the Irish Sea and the North Sea: Manannán and his Neighbors by Charles W. MacQuarrie & Joseph Falaky Nagy (Eds.) (reviewer: Thomas Morcom)
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