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cover Islands as Crossroads

Sustaining Cultural Diversity in Small Island Developing States

Edited by Tim Curtis

Environment and Development series

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Livre, 224 pages, tables, figures, maps, endnotes, references

Format: 23 x 18 cm

2011, 978-92-3-104181-5

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The very notion of a ‘small island’ usually triggers several associations in the minds of continental dwellers. Remote, isolated, insular, even paradisiacal, are some of the more common imaginings about islands. Yet small island states and their populations are far from isolated or culturally homogenous. On the contrary, islands have long been places where peoples of different cultures have encountered each other and lived in close proximity. Islands are better understood as dynamic centres of cultural interaction – as ‘crossroads of cultures’.

This book brings together scholars of various disciplines from the three main island regions of the world – the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean – to explore the ways in which the peoples of small islands have lived, and continue to live, in their culturally diverse societies. Leading anthropologists, historians, economists, archaeologists and others unpack the complexity and dynamics of societies in small island developing states.

Also available in the Environment and Development series

MOTS CLES · Caraïbes · Connaissances traditionnelles · Développement durable · Diversité culturelle · Identité culturelle · Île · Industrie culturelle · Océanie · Petit État insulaire en développement · Région de l'Océan indien

 
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