Geography has been made by historical events, but histories can also be individual, focused on our attitudes and affections. Geography, as well as history and language is constantly changing. How do we determine the limits of the geographical community in which we can recognize ourselves and others? How do we mark the basic common denominator of our historic, linguistic and cultural roots?
Our issue is to redefine "our" geographical areas to a kind of "liquid geography".
If we assign a "sentimental" value to the borders of our personal map, the result will be a new atlas made by the sum of the places we are in love with, and not by the separations of wars.