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Handbook on the politics of Antarctica

Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017.
Descripción: xx, 610 páginas : ilustraciones, mapas, fotografías en blanco y negro ; 25 x 18 x 4 cm.

ISBN: 9781784717674

The Antarctic and Southern Ocean are hotspots for contemporary endeavours to oversee 'the last frontier' of the Earth. The Handbook on the Politics of Antarctica offers a wide-ranging and comprehensive overview of the governance, geopolitics, international law, cultural studies and history of the region. Written by leading experts, the Handbook brings together the very best interdisciplinary social science and humanities scholarship on the Antarctic and Southern Ocean, offering a definitive statement on why the world<U+2019>s only uninhabited continent attracts global attention in terms of science, politics and natural resources -and what can be done to manage it. Four sections take readers from the earliest human encounters to contemporary resource exploitation and climate change through thematic and critical analyses: the exploration, exploitation and mapping of Antarctica; its emergence as an object of global interest; human behaviour and environmental change in response to managerial interventions; and a contemplation of possible futures for Antarctica. All topics are covered in accessible yet authoritative contributions. Specialist readers in polar regions, public international law, geography, geopolitics and international relations will appreciate this uniquely comprehensive and up-to-date examination of politics in and around Antarctica, as will scholars with interest in areas beyond national jurisdiction, peace/co-operation studies and the interface between public policy and science.

1. Introduction Alan D. Hemmings, Klaus Dodds and Peder Roberts

2. Fictionalizing Antarctica Elizabeth Leane

3. Three Waves of Antarctic Imperialism Shirley V. Scott

4. Post-colonial Antarctica Klaus Dodds and Christy Collis

5. Heroic and Post-colonial Antarctic Narratives Nicoletta Brazzelli

6. Antarctica: Feminist Art Practices and Disappearing Polar Landscapes in the Age of the Anthropocene Lisa E. Bloom

7. The Continent for Science Aant Elzinga

8. Mediating Antarctica in Digital Culture: Politics of Representation and Visualisation in Art and Science Juan Francisco Salazar

9. Common Interest and Common Heritage in Antarctica Rüdiger Wolfrum

10. Modern Explorers Peder Roberts

11. Life, Ice and Ocean: Contemporary Antarctic Spaces Alessandro Antonello

12. Selling the South: Commercialisation and Marketing of Antarctica Hanne Nielsen

13. Antarctic Geopolitics Klaus Dodds

14. Establishing Open Rights in the Antarctic and Outer Space: Cold War Rivalries and Geopolitics in the 1950s and 1960s Roger D. Launius

15. The Originals: The Role and Influence of the Original Signatories to the Antarctic Treaty Marcus Haward

16. Territorial Claims and Coastal States Patrizia Vigni and Francesco Francioni

17. Antarctica and the United Nations Peter J. Beck

18. The EU and the Antarctic: Strange Bedfellows? Nils Vanstappen and Jan Wouters

19. The Past in the Present: Antarctica in Chinas National Narrative Anne-Marie Brady

20. A Modest but Intensifying Power? Brazil, the Antarctic Treaty System and Antarctica Daniela Sampaio, Ignacio Javier Cardone and Adriana Erthal Abdenur

21. The Politics of Early Explorers Peder Roberts

22. Politics and Environmental Regulation in Antarctica: a Historical Perspective Adrian Howkins

23. Environmental Management: the Fildes Peninsula Paradigm Christina Braun, Fritz Hertel and Hans-Ulrich Peter

24. The Changing Face of Political Engagement in Antarctic Tourism Daniela Liggett and Emma Stewart

25. Southern Ocean Search and Rescue: Politics and Platforms Julia Jabour

26. CCAMLR: An Ecosystem Approach to the Southern Ocean in the Anthropocene Henrik Österblom and Olof Olsson

27. Fishing the Bottom of the Earth: The Political Challenges of Ecosystem-base Management Cassandra M. Brooks and David G. Ainley

28. An Icy Reception or a Warm Embrace? the Antarctic Treaty System and the International Law of the Sea Tim Stephens

29. Svalbard and Antarctica: Problems and Solutions Stuart Kaye

30. Antarctic Cultural Heritage: Geopolitics and Management Ricardo Roura

31. Working Geopolitics: Sealing, Whaling, and Industrialized Antarctica Dag Avango

32. Antarctic Politics in a Transforming Global Geopolitics Alan D. Hemmings

33. Antarctic Environmental Challenges in a Global Context Steven L. Chown

34. Argentine Territorial Nationalism in the South Atlantic and Antarctica Matthew C. Benwell

35. Global Legal Norms in the Antarctic Ruth Davis

36. Contemporary Security Concerns Elizabeth Nyman

37. Contemporary Environmental Politics and Discourse Analysis in Antarctica Lize-Marié van der Watt.

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