MEMORY, TRANSFERENCE AND RECONSTRUCTION: READER'S PARTICIPATION IN CHARLOTTE DELBO'S AUSCHWITZ ET APRÈS (AUSCHWITZ AND AFTER)


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Biography

Dominique A.H. Linchet
Birmingham-Southern College


Dominique Linchet was born and raised in the Belgian Ardennes

She earned a B.A. in Romance Philology from the Facultés Notre Dame de la Paix in Namur, Belgium, and a M.A. in Romance Philology from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. 

She taught French for four years at Charlotte Country Day School in Charlotte, NC. 

In 1995, she earned a Ph.D. in Romance Philology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

She joined the faculty at Birmingham-Southern College in 1994 and is currently holding the title of Associate Professor of French.

Dr. Linchet’s current research interests focus on the Holocaust and its representation in French literature. 

She is particularly concerned with issues of identity and reader reception in post-Holocaust literature.