Vol. 13(2) (Nov 2018)

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Scholarly Papers

Thematic section: Island textiles and clothing (Guest editor: Siún Carden)

Guest editorial: Island textiles and clothing — Siún Carden (pp. 3-8)

Designing national identity through cloth: pánu di téra of Cape Verde  — Ana Nolasco (pp. 9-24)

Reclaiming islandness through cloth circulation in Madagascar — Hélène B. Ducros (pp. 25-38)

Craft, textiles, and cultural assets in the Northern Isles: innovation from tradition in the Shetland Islands — Lynn-Sayers McHattie, Katherine Champion, & Cara Broadley (pp. 39-54)


Other scholarly papers

Entangling (non)human isolation and connectivity: island nature conservation on Ile aux Aigrettes, Mauritius — Lisa Jenny Krieg (pp. 55-70)     

Effective island brand architecture: promoting island tourism in the Canary Islands and other archipelagos — Arminda Almeida-Santana & Sergio Moreno-Gil (pp. 71-92)

Relationality and islands in the Anthropocene — Jonathan Pugh (pp. 93-110)

Gendered consequences of mobility for adaptation in small island developing states: case studies from Maafushi and Kudafari in the Maldives — Phu Doma Lama (pp. 111-128)

Science and culture in the Kerguelen Islands: a relational approach to the spatial formation of a subantarctic archipelago — Solène Prince (pp. 129-144)

Feeding island dreams: exploring the relationship between food security and agritourism in the CaribbeanAdelle Thomas, Amelia Moore, & Michael Edwards (pp. 145-162)      

Tourism economies and islands’ resilience to the global financial crisis — Katarzyna Podhorodecka (pp. 163-184)   

An exercise in decision support modelling for islands: a case study for a ‘typical’ Mediterranean island — Anna Tsoukala, Ioannis Spilanis, Isabel Banos-González, Julia Martínez-Fernández, Miguel Angel Esteve-Selma, & George Tsirtsis (pp. 185-202)


Book reviews

Postcolonial nations, islands, and tourism: reading real and imagined spaces by Helen Kapstein (reviewer: Jenny R. Isaacs)

Arcticness: power and voice from the north by Ilan Kelman (Ed.) (review: Dani Redd)

Tourism and language in Vieques: an ethnography of the post-Navy period by Luis Galanes Valldejuli (reviewer: Carlo A. Cubero)

Öar och öighet: introduktion till östudier [Islands and islandness: introduction to island studies] by Owe Ronström (reviewer: Jørgen Rasmussen)

On the edge: writing the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic by Maria Cristina Fumagalli (reviewer: Masaya Llavaneras Blanco)

Think like an archipelago: paradox in the work of Édouard Glissant by Michael Wiedorn (reviewer: Jonathan Pugh)

Mini-India: the politics of migration and subalternity in the Andaman Islands by Philipp Zehmisch (reviewer: M. Satish Kumar)

Understanding tropical coastal and island tourism development by Klaus J. Meyer-Arendt & Alan A. Lew (Eds.) (reviewer: Allison Elgie)


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