Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Adam Grydehøj (Research Center for Indian Ocean Island Countries, South China University of Technology • Island and Coastal Zone Institute, Zhejiang University • Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island)

Co-editors

Kale B. Fajardo (University of Minnesota): Culture & Arts

Firouz Gaini (University of the Faroe Islands): Anthropology

Desiderio Juan García Almeida (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria): Business & Economics

Maria Hadjimichael (University of Cyprus): Marine Governance & Political Ecology

Gang Hong (Independent Researcher): Culture & History

Henry Johnson (University of Otago): Culture & Identity

Rodolfo Maggio (University of Turin): Anthropology

Elena Burgos Martinez (Leiden University): Anthropology, Environment, Politics, & Theory

Preeya Mohan (University of the West Indies): Economics, Entrepreneurship, & Energy

Suwastika Naidu (University of the South Pacific): Public Administration & Economics

David Nguyen (Tohoku University): Tourism & Disasters

Jan Petzold (University of Hamburg): Climate Change & Environment

Jonathan Pugh (Newcastle University): Anthropocene Islands & Island Philosophy

Ramola Ramtohul (University of Mauritius): Politics, Governance, & Gender

Ping Su (South China University of Technology): Culture & Literature

Huan Zhang (Zhejiang University): Planning, Architecture, & Development

 

Deputy editors

Godfrey Baldacchino (University of Malta): Editor Emeritus

Laurie Brinklow (University of Prince Edward Island)

Bergur D. Hansen (University of the Faroe Islands): Institutional Representative

May Joseph (Pratt Institute)

Ilan Kelman (University College London): Excellence & Disciplines

Yaso Nadarajah (RMIT University)

Evangelia Papoutsaki (Small Island Cultures Research Initiative): Digital Communications

Genève Phillip-Durham (Independent Researcher): Reviews Editor 

Anne Schiffer (Leeds Beckett University): Organisation & Governance

Elaine Stratford (University of Tasmania): Policy Impact


Past editorial board members

Since its founding in 2006, Island Studies Journal has been supported by the work of a great many editors and editorial board members:

Harvey W. Armstrong, Victor Ayeni, Barry Bartmann, Geoff Bertram, Peter Billing, Lindsay Bremner, Jean-Marie Breton, Lino Briguglio, Richard W. Butler, Gillian Cambers, David Chang Chang-Yi, Eric Clark, Peter Clegg, John Connell, Gordon Cooke, Ron Crocombe, Arthur L. Dahl, Paul D'Arcy, Jeffrey Sasha Davis, Elizabeth M. DeLoughrey, Calbert H. Douglas, Chet Van Duzer, Lisa Fletcher, Lucinda Fonseca, Maasaki Gabe, John R. Gillis, Vanessa Gaitree Gowreesunkar, Desiderio Juan Garcia Almeida, Robert Greenwood, Adam Grydehøj, Lorraine Guay, Gerald Haberkorn, Glenda Harward-Nalder, Peter Hay, Philip Hayward, Otto Heim, Konai Helu Thaman, Eve Hepburn, Henry Johnson, Hiroshi Kakazu, J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Russell King, Patrick V. Kirch, David W. Kupferman, Peter Larmour, Sa'liliemanu Lilomaiava-Doktor, Bjarne Lindstrom, David Lowenthal, Edward MacDonald, Jeff Malpas, Jodie Matthews, Marie-Antoinette Maupertuis, Grant McCall, Jerome L. McElroy, Elizabeth McMahon, David A. Milne, Luciano Minerbi, Vijay Naidu, Patrick Nunn, Keith Nurse, Karen Fog Olwig, Gert Oostindie, Deborah Paci, Evangelia Papoutsaki, Luisa Percopo, Gerard Persoon, Kimberly Peters, Dana Pietsch, Bernard Poirine, Bruce Potter, Naren Prasad, Ralph R. Premdas, Jonathan Pugh, Max Quanchi, Moshe Rapaport, Robert Read, Graeme Robertson, Owe Ronström, Stephen A. Royle, Michael Scantlebury, Timothy M. Shaw, James D. Sidaway, Roy Smith, Vanessa Smith, Philip E. Steinberg, Elaine Stratford, Paul K. Sutton, Baldur Thorallsson, Huei-Min Tsai, Jean-Yves Vigneau, Phillip Vannini, Wouter Veenendaal, Joeli Veitayaki, Edward Warrington, Huan Zhang, Doracie Zoleta-Nantes.

The above lists do not include many other ad hoc reviewers who contribute to the work of the journal. Given the diversity of manuscripts involved in multidisciplinary publishing, it is common practice for the review process to rely on ad hoc reviewers whose research interests are in line with the research topic of a submitted manuscript. The generosity and expertise of these reviewers, along with that of the board members who are called to provide this service, is invaluable to the review process.