Island Studies | Publications
IIS Publications Library
This collection comprises an extensive list of reports and papers stemming from the Institute of Island Studies’ work since its founding in 1985.
MA Island Studies Thesis Titles
Titles, abstracts, and full-text of all theses from the Master of Arts in Island Studies (MAIS) program at the University of Prince Edward Island from 2006 to present.
Island Studies Press
Island Studies Press is the publishing arm of the Institute of Island Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island. It produces scholarly books for a popular audience as well as poetry, literary non-fiction, and drama, dealing with aspects of the culture and environment of Prince Edward Island and beyond.
Island Studies Journal
Island Studies Journal (ISJ) is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of islands, archipelagos, and the waters that surround and connect them. Hosted by the Institute of Island Studies at UPEI from 2005–2021, ISJ is now based at the Fróðskaparsetur Føroya (University of the Faroe Islands).
Island Studies Collections – Edited by Dr. Godfrey Baldacchino
A World of Islands: An Island Studies Reader (2007)
A pan-disciplinary celebration of what island studies has to offer – intended as the first global reader on the study of islands.
Bridging Islands: The Impact of “Fixed Links” (2007)
This edited collection examines the impact of bridges and other fixed links on islands when islands are thus connected to mainlands.
Extreme Tourism in ‘Cold Water’ Islands (2006)
This edited collection discusses the character of tourism in the world’s most extreme island locations.
New Literatures Review Special Issue: The Literature of Post-Colonial Islands (2011)
The whole collection of papers published in this special issue, which was guest edited by Elizabeth DeLoughrey, are available here in PDF format.
Island Literature – An Annotated Bibliography (2005)
Compiled by Master of Arts in Island Studies (MAIS) students at the University of Prince Edward Island as part of their course requirements. (Course Professor: Brent MacLaine)