In their article on Anthropocene islands, Chandler and Pugh explore the rich relationship between the politics of islands and the grand scale of the Anthropocene. In their complex account of the Anthropocene’s grand scale and the island’s transformative complexity, they stress the intricate relationality generated from the encounter among multiple spaces on the globe, none of which is master of the whole. In this commentary, I add the thought of the resistance and non-relationality of islands, once one thinks of islands in a counter-anthropocentric sense.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Geography, Planning and Development