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'Anthropocene Islands' Early Career Analytical Study Space

Goal: As part of the 'Anthropocene Islands' initiative (http://anthropoceneislands.online), Jonathan Pugh and I are establishing an early career analytical study space. Launching in June, these sessions will offer a relaxed space where early career scholars can chat about and explore the many different ways in which islands and islanders are being thought about in broader Anthropocene debates and literatures.

We use the term ‘early career’ loosely and it is really up to people to decide if they feel they fall into this category themselves, but it could include MA students, PhD students, and those in the early years of their academic career.

For more details, visit http://anthropoceneislands.online/page-7.html

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See attached PDF for full details about the 'Anthropocene Islands' Early Career Analytical Study Space and how to take part.
 
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As part of the 'Anthropocene Islands' initiative (http://anthropoceneislands.online), Jonathan Pugh and I are establishing an early career analytical study space. Launching in June, these sessions will offer a relaxed space where early career scholars can chat about and explore the many different ways in which islands and islanders are being thought about in broader Anthropocene debates and literatures.
We use the term ‘early career’ loosely and it is really up to people to decide if they feel they fall into this category themselves, but it could include MA students, PhD students, and those in the early years of their academic career.