Сард Мишель

Michèle Sarde, French writer and professor (Professeure agrégée de lettres modernes). In 1970 she began her academic career at Georgetown University, in Washington, D.C., combining teaching, literary and cultural research, and creative writing. Like many European intellectuals residing in the United States, she contributed to the promotion of her own culture and to international cultural exchange in general. In 2001 she left university teaching to devote herself to literary pursuits, while still maintaining a close relationship with Georgetown University. Essayist, biographer, and novelist, Michèle Sarde has concentrated a major part of her work on women, the relationship between the written word and life, as well as personal and historic memory.