Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust & Genocide
Laura Hobson Faure is associate professor at the Sorbonne Nouvelle University and a research fellow at the Institut d’histoire du temps present (CNRS). Her research focuses on the intersections of French and American Jewish life, during and after the Holocaust. She has recently published Un plan Marshall juif: la présence juive américaine en France après la Shoah, 1944-1954 (Armand Colin, 2013) and co-edited collection of essays on the OSE-Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants: L’Œuvre de Secours aux Enfants et les populations juives au XXème siècle. Prévenir et Guérir dans un siècle de violences (Armand Colin, 2014, with Katy Hazan, Catherine Nicault and Mathias Gardet). She is currently researching the immigration of Jewish children to the United States from Occupied France during World War II, and the networks these children created in France and the United States, from 1938 to the present.