[i] Ana María Alonso, “The Politics of Space, Time and Substance: State Formation, Nationalism and Ethnicity”, Annual Review of Anthropology, 23 (1994): 381.
[ii] In-Chul Jung, “Development of Cartography and State-building in France from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century”, Journal of the Korean Geographical Society, 41, 5 (2006): 545.
[iii] Jung, “Development of Cartography and State-building”, p. 546.
[iv] Richard L. Kagan y Benjamin Schmidt, “Maps and the Early Modern State: Official Cartography”, en The History of Cartography. Volumen 3.Cartography in the European Renaissance, ed. David Woodward (Chicago y Londres: University of Chicago Press, 2007), p. 669.
[v] “[…] doctrines of state power and the cartographic invention of the nation-state”. Kagan y Schmidt. “Maps and the Early Modern State”, p. 679.
[vi] “Maps are an important instrument for the state building”. Jung, “Development of Cartography and State-building”, p. 546.
[vii] “Map making has been […] one of the early genres of state nation building”. Michael J. Shapiro, “Nation-states” en A Companion to Political Geography, ed. John Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell y Gerard Toal (Malden: Blackwell Publishing, 2003), p. 279.
[viii] “Cartographic reason seems to have been so powerful a force in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries that it came to signify the most important forms of reason. To map was to think”. Jordan Branch, “Mapping the Sovereign State: Technology, Authority, and Systemic Change”, International Organization, 65 (Invierno 2011): 8.
[ix] “Maps were used by the English court as a potent device to shape identities and enunciate national ambitions”. Kagan y Schmidt, “Maps and the Early Modern State”, p. 669.
[x] “In the course of development of the modern state, the relationship ceases to be thought of as one of ownership: as an Italian jurist suggests, the state does not have a territory, it is a territory”, citado por Rhys Jones, People. States. Territories. The Political Geographies of British State Transformation (Malden: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), p. 26.
[xi] Kagan y Schmidt, “Maps and the Early Modern State”, p. 662.
[xii] Malcom Anderson, Frontiers. Territory and State Formation in the Modern World (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1966), p. 19.
[xiii] Kagan y Schmidt, “Maps and the Early Modern State”, p. 664.
[xiv] Branch, “Mapping the Sovereign State”, p. 18.
[xv] Jung, “Development of Cartography and State-building”, p. 557.