Translated by John Mark Hopkins
Given the pluralistic nature of Acadia and the fact that its territory is not politically recognized, defining its collective identity according to specific geographical borders is a daunting task.
How is it possible to reconcile the multiple political and genealogical definitions of Acadia? What are the possible connections or alliances between the different ideas of Acadia’s development or its various territorialities? Are the territorialist and diasporic understandings of Acadia mutually exclusive realities?