In this course students investigate the effects of insularity on small-island populations. The relationship between the population's identity (culture, ethnicity, self-confidence) and its economic and political choices is examined. Students examine history, folklore, art, literature, anthropology, economics, and political theories in the context of "islandness." LECTURE: 2 SEMINAR: 1 Restriction: Student must be admitted into a UPEI graduate program or be eligible for graduate studies. 06-01-2020-30-03-2020 Graduate Studies Monday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, Room to be Announced