Julie Piérart grew up in a multicultural metropolis of 374 inhabitants in northern France. She completed her studies in French Literature and Art History in Germany. Passionate about dance and cinema, she contributed to the French cultural magazine Berlin Poche for five years.
Québécois, the variant of French most commonly spoken in North America, possesses its own characteristics as a result of its fascinating history far removed from its European roots. Here is a portrait of the language and its evolution.