• Sudamérica a través de sus mapas

    Author(s):
    GM Soto Villegas (see profile)
    Date:
    2022
    Group(s):
    Bolivian Studies
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    South America, irredentism, nationalism, cartography, maps, borders
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/h6hj-ah90
    Abstract:
    The present work tries to demonstrate that, in South America, there is still a strong tendency towards irredentism that is expressed through the interpretation of maps. Said tendency, of course, is propitiated by many of the States of the region in question to a greater or lesser extent, for which reason, many of the claims that the South American States make against each other are generally contradictory. What is intended here is to list these territorial claims, through a slightly more impartial eye, and demonstrate that these ones, especially thanks to tools such as the internet and social networks, are still more than alive.
    Notes:
    FE DE ERRATAS: En la página 126, donde dice "Una versión más fuerte sería aquella que considera que Argentina, como heredera del Virreinato de La Plata, perdió su posesión", en realidad tendría que decir: "Una versión más fuerte sería aquella que considera que Argentina, como heredera del Virreinato de La Plata, perdió de su posesión a las actuales repúblicas de Bolivia, Paraguay y Uruguay más algunos territorios de la actual Patagonia chilena".
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