Imagining the Future of Island Knowledge

How is island knowledge created and communicated, and is island(er) knowledge different from the knowledge that is created on mainlands. In a report that includes other examples of knowledge mobilization, Jim Randall and colleagues address some of these questions. This research was supported and published by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Check out pages 79-94 in “Imagining the future of Knowledge Mobilization”

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