Anthropocene Islands:

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Anthropocene Islands is an ambitious, sophisticated, timely, and downright inspirational book. It is by far the most stimulating volume to emerge from island studies over the last two decades and is also an essential read for anyone working in a host of adjacent disciplines (e.g., anthropology, cultural studies, cultural geography.’  Phil Hayward, Sydney

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All academic books should be like this: hard to put down. Informative, careful, sometimes devastating, yet absolutely necessary - if you read one book about the Anthropocene let it be this. You will never think of islands in the same way again.’ Kimberley Peters, University of Oldenburg

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‘Human Geography and Islands’

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