In “Lines Drawn on an Empty Map: Iraq’s Borders and the Legend of the Artificial State” [part 1: https://www.jadaliyya.com/Details/32140], Sara Pursley provides a critical historical analysis of the discourse that frames Iraq as an “artificial state.” How does her consideration of maps in Part 1 of the article illustrate her point that “[t]he narrative of Iraq as an artificial state, in its dominant manifestation today, draws on the fantasy of ethnosectarian homogeneity as the foundation of stable statehood while refusing to acknowledge the inevitable implications of that fantasy, especially in a region as heterogeneous as Iraq.”What, in your understanding, are the “inevitable implications”
she mentions here? Why has Pursley attempted to complicate the narrative of “lines drawn on an empty map”? Please reference Pursely’s article and also review Zaria’s presentation slideshow [found in the Blackboard Content folder “Readings for Monday 6/21] as you compose your answer.
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