Grad Students 2014

Tasman Island

Each year, the Master of Arts in Island Studies (MAIS) students, as part of the requirements for IST 604: Research Methods and Design for Island Studies, are tasked with writing and presenting their thesis research proposals.

Here are this year’s presentations, created by seven MAIS students, and presented to an appreciative audience on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

We hope you enjoy the work, and, in the process, become as fascinated as we are about Island Studies!

Laurie Brinklow Instructor

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East-end Charlottetown: The urban island within
Michael Conway

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ergilbert

Cacao dreams in unusual places: Climate change and the Florida Keys
Growing cacao in Florida
Eric Gilbert

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copenhagen image

Wild Isle City: How can tourism and wildlife coexist peacefully in Canada’s island cities?
Pooja Kumar

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The political and community conditions that impact physician’s delivery of gynaecological healthcare, particularly abortion services, on PEI
Alicia Lewis

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getting-back-in

Getting back in: Young Prince Edward Islanders and the experience of return migration
Katharine MacDonald

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izumi

How do entrepreneurs on Prince Edward Island cope with economic vulnerabilities?
Izumi Nonaka

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Erin

Long history, longer memory: The effects of historical memory on modern Irish identity
Erin Rowan