Lookup NU author(s): Dr Jonathan Pugh
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In recent decades, island studies scholars have done much to disrupt static notions of the island form, increasingly foregrounding how islands form part of complex networks of relations, assemblages and flows. In this paper, we shift the terms of debate more explicitly to relationality in the Anthropocene. We consider the implications and challenges that a wider set of debates, particularly surrounding island “resilience”, concerning the Anthropocene in the social sciences and humanities pose for island studies.
Author(s): Chandler D, Pugh J
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Print publication date: 06/02/2020
Online publication date: 11/06/2018
Acceptance date: 29/03/2018
Date deposited: 17/06/2018
ISSN (print): 0004-0894
ISSN (electronic): 1475-4762
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
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