Date: Wednesday, March 31st, 2021
Time: 6:00pm–8:00pm EST
Register via Zoom: HERE
The CCA invites you to an event in celebration of the new book:
Contemporary Archipelagic Thinking, edited by Michelle Stephens and Yolanda Martinez San-Miguel.
This event will introduce the work of the book and of its contributors, many of whom were fellows in the CCA seminar on Archipelagoes in 2015–16. Island networks interrogate mainstream continental frameworks that implicitly inform many fields of study. The book explores the contributions of archipelagic thinking for the study of geopolitics, history, and culture.
Michelle Stephens, Rutgers
Yolanda Martinez San-Miguel, University of Miami
Brian Russell Roberts, Brigham Young University
Anjali Nerlekar, Rutgers
Elena Lahr-Vivaz, Rutgers
Sarah DeMott, Harvard
Jessica Baker, University of Chicago
Haruki Eda, Rutgers
Above adapted from email.