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Cécile Rousselet is a doctoral student in comparative literature under the direction of Carole Matheron (Paris 3- Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Luba Jurgenson (Paris- Sorbonne): "Feminine Characters Faced with History and Memory in the Yiddish and Russian Novels Between 1930 and 1980", with the support of the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah. She has published numerous articles, and, with Fleur Kuhn-Kennedy, the collective volume "Collective Expressions: Forms of Dialogue in the Jewish Writings of Central and Eastern Europe". She contributed to The Critical Encyclopedia of Testimony and Memory (Phillippe Mesnard, Luba Jurgenson). She teaches French language and Comparative Literature at the university level.