Bonjour, I'm Gwenaëlle!
I'm a particle physicist by day, editor for GV Lingua French by night, language passionate 24/7. Strong advocate that the languages we speak all deserve equal respect, and that Europe could be a better place if it valued its regional languages, I tweet on the topic at @DiffractedWord (personal account) and @AcademieDuGallo (organisation I co-founded for the revival of Gallo, the Romance language of Brittany). I grew up in France, lived in NY State, am now settled on the South English coast and never go to India often enough.
Also a cheese-lover, a chatterbox, and a bookworm. Get in touch!
Latest posts by Gwenaëlle Lefeuvre
During the GV Summit in Colombo, we heard many attendees talking about the great future and the larger audience they envisioned for GV. In addition, some of them, as Newsroom and Translation Managers, also represented their teams of enthusiastic volunteer authors and translators. However, several GVers (at the Summit or...
Global Voices is indeed a diverse community where whe can find people from all walks of life. Here, we interview a GVer who is also a physicist.
Thank you for nominating me a Volunteers' Representative candidate!
Notre équipe Global Voices Lingua ne cesse de s'agrandir: collaborateurs réguliers et occasionnels, blogueurs aguerris, professionnels de la traduction et amateurs de tous âges, nous sommes plus de trois cent cinquante sur quatre continents. Global Voices en français, c'est aussi une communauté active d'amoureux des langues et de citoyens engagés....
Summer holidays are around the corner, so we thought we’d take you away on a virtual jaunt, or more if you wish. Global Voices’ collaborators are quite ‘mobile’; they live or have lived pretty much everywhere, in France, China or Mexico. This summer, we’ve decided to share with you some...
Meet María Angélica Marín, GV translator and author now living in Santiago, Chilé.