This volume is a collection of essays whose authors have different academic backgrounds, ranging from anthropology to legal studies, from English literature to human geography. Such a variety of academic disciplines is particularly fitting when it comes to exploring the sundry and physical places we have traditionally been taught to term ‘islands.’ Indeed, it supplies an array of perspectives which undoubtedly contribute to the reflection of ‘Island-ness’ as an ambit of research that lies at the crossroads of several areas of study, such as law, geography, literature, planning, politics, arts, and cultural studies.

Island-ness: A 'New Province' of Cross-Disciplinary Research

C. Battisti
;
S. Fiorato
;
M. Nicolini
;
2022

Abstract

This volume is a collection of essays whose authors have different academic backgrounds, ranging from anthropology to legal studies, from English literature to human geography. Such a variety of academic disciplines is particularly fitting when it comes to exploring the sundry and physical places we have traditionally been taught to term ‘islands.’ Indeed, it supplies an array of perspectives which undoubtedly contribute to the reflection of ‘Island-ness’ as an ambit of research that lies at the crossroads of several areas of study, such as law, geography, literature, planning, politics, arts, and cultural studies.
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Islands
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