Stephanie Phaneuf

I am a young translator working from French to English and I live in Grenoble, France with my family. I am originally from Rhode Island, USA. I love languages (it's my goal to learn five in my lifetime), which led me to this new career path! I look forward to getting to know the Global Voices community and working for the expansion of ideas across cultures.

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Latest posts by Stephanie Phaneuf

October 12, 2018

Nobel Peace Prize Seen As Rebuke to the US

The rest of the world chose Nadia and Denis, while the United States elected Donald and Brett.

March 20, 2018

Fraud, Intimidation, and Repression: Uncertainty Surrounds the Election in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The coming months should therefore prove critical. Will Kabila respect the established electoral calendar?

February 16, 2018

Translator Profiles: For Yann Leymarie, the Values and Principles of Global Voices Reflect Who He Is and What He Does

This is part of our series on French translators at Global Voices. Yann Leymarie works in the protection of the oceans.

June 26, 2017

African Historical Figures the World Should Get to Know: Richard Ratsimandrava

Ratsimandrava holds the record for the second shortest mandate in history as President of the Republic: one week.

June 21, 2017

The Thiaroye Massacre of 1944, a Shameful Episode in the French Colonial Period in Africa

African soldiers, liberators of France, were massacred by France itself. These African servicemen, commonly known as the Senegalese Tirailleurs, had committed one crime: that of being African.

November 21, 2016

A New Constitution for Côte d'Ivoire

The new text modernizes Ivorian institutions and aims for social harmony in a country still divided by ethnic and religious rivalries.