A Map that Roared and an Original Atlas: Canada, Cartography, and the Narration of Nation

@inproceedings{Sparke1998AMT,
  title={A Map that Roared and an Original Atlas: Canada, Cartography, and the Narration of Nation},
  author={Matthew Sparke},
  year={1998}
}
ions was the removed, bureaucratized, and disembodied conception of abstract space that, Mitchell argues, is constitutive of modern state effects. The Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en were therefore obliged to negotiate with the structuring e f fects o f this normalized abstract space—what might usefully be called a pedagogic space of “the people”—at a number of different levels. Negotiating in the Space of the People At the most microgeographical scale, there was the actual spatial layout of the… CONTINUE READING
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