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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

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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.

 

Participants:

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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