Chelsea Elzinga, on "Feeling Language In Luxembourg"
"I chose to live in Luxembourg because I wanted to experience the French language within a different francophone context, far outside the obvious Parisian metropole. Luxembourg also sounded interesting because of its location carved out between Belgium, France, and Germany. Interesting it certainly has been, and this is due above all to the distinct sounds of language one meets throughout the day. These voices of many languages, and not just those of French, German, or Luxembourgish, fold in and out of each other in a dance step. The rhythms, contours, and vibrations they weave within the same physical space create a new and unfamiliar sound."
Read more at www.fulbright.be/2018/feeling-language-in-luxembourg.