Mountz

Islands and archipelagos are powerful, recurring, and vexing to the spatial imaginary: highly unique, idiosyncratic, disparate and yet revealing, offering spatial form, pattern, and logics that are everywhere reproduced (Mountz, 2015: 638).

— Mountz, A. (2015). Political geography II: islands and archipelagos. Progress in Human Geography 39(5), 636-646.

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