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Many of the endnotes in the Seduced by the Map segments that I have been posting, and will continue to post, refer to a bibliography. This bibliography is posted here. The formatting, unfortunately, is inconsistent.

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Seduced by the Map Bibliography

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Ackerman, James R. 1982. “Cartography and the Emergence of Territorial States in Western Europe.” Tenth Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History, 84-93.

Agnew, John. 1994. “The Territorial Trap: The Geographical Assumptions of International Relations Theory,” Review of International Political Economy, 1(1), 53-80.

Agnew, John. 2009. Globalization and Sovereignty, 2009. Roman and Littlefield.

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Ahmed, Ismail and Reginald Herbold Green. 1999. “The Heritage of War and State Collapse in Somalia and Somaliland: Local-Level Effects, External Interventions, and Reconstruction,” Third World Quarterly, 20(1), 113-127.

Altic Mirela. 2016. “The Peace Treaty of Versailles: The Role of Maps in Reshaping the Balkans in the Aftermath of WWI.” In: Liebenberg E., Demhardt I., Vervust S. (eds), History of Military Cartography. Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-25244-5_8

Amrith, Sunil. 2015. Crossing the Bay of Bengal: The Furies of Nature and the Fortunes of Migrants. Harvard.

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Anderson, Benedict. 1996. “Introduction,” in Gopal Balakrishnan, ed., Mapping the Nation. Verso, Pp. 1-16.

Anderson, Lawrence M. 2006. “Exploring the paradox of autonomy: federalism and secession in North America.” Regional and Federal Studies, 14(1), Pp.89-112.

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Atwood, Christopher. 2012. “Banner, Otog, Thousand: Appanage Communities as the Basic Unit of Traditional Mongolian Society.” Mongolian Studies 32, pp. 1–76.

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Barkey, Karen. 2016. “The Ottoman Millet System: Non-Territorial Autonomy and its Contemporary Legacy.” Ethnopolitics 15(1). Pp. 24-42.

Baycroft, Timothy and Hewitson, Mark. 2006.  “Introduction: What Was a Nation in -Nineteenth-Century Europe.” In What is a Nation? Europe 1789-1914, edited by Timothy Baycroft and Mark Hewitson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Baracco, Luciano. 2011. “’We Fought for Our Land’”: Miskitu Insurgency and the Struggle for Autonomy on Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast (1981–1987). AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 7(3), Pp. 233-245.

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Buras, Kristin. 1999. “Questioning Core Assumptions: A Critical Reading of and Response toE. D. Hirsch’s The Schools We Need and Why We Don’t Have Them, by Kristin L. Buras. Harvard Educational Review 69(1).   

Camilleri, Joseph and Jim Falk. 1992. End of Sovereignty?: The Politics of a Shrinking and Fragmenting World. Edward Elgar.

Cams, Mario, 2017. “Not Just a Jesuit Atlas of China: Qing Imperial Cartography and Its European Connections. Imago Mundi 69(2), 188-201.

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Cornwell, Robert. 2020. Aung San and the Disunion of Myanmar. MA Thesis, Stanford University Liberal Arts Program.

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Gottleib, Gidon. 1993. Nation Against State: A New Approach to Ethnic Conflicts and the Decline of Sovereignty. New York: Council of Foreign Relations Press.

Graeber, David, and David Wengrow, 2021. The Dawn of Everything: A New History of  Humanity. Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

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Haas, Richard, 2017. The World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order. New York: Penguin Press.

Habermas, Jürgen. 2006. The Divided West. (Edited and Translated by Ciaran Cronin). Malden, MA: Polity Press.

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