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Center for Cultural Analysis (CCA)

Book Launch: Contemporary Archipelagic Thinking (edited by Michelle Stephens and Yolanda Martinez San-Miguel)


From: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 06:00pm

To: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 08:00pm


The event will be a book launch that introduces the work of the book and of its contributors, many of whom were fellows in the CCA seminar on Archipelagoes in 2015-16. The book explores the contributions of archipelagic thinking for the study of geopolitical, historical, cultural, and/or social contexts in which the networks between islands and other islands, as well as the sea, interrogates mainstream continental frameworks that implicitly and explicitly inform many fields of study.



Michelle Stephens (Rutgers, New Brunswick)

Yolanda Martinez San-Miguel (University of Miami)

Brian Russell Roberts (Brigham Young University)

Anjali Nerlekar (Rutger, New Brunswick)

Elena Lahr-Vivaz (Rutgers, Newark)

Sarah DeMott (Harvard University)

Jessica Baker (University of Chicago)

Haruki Eda (Rutgers, New Brunswick)


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