Professor and Researcher

Évelyne Grossman is a professor of modern and contemporary literature at the Paris Diderot University – Paris 7. An expert on literary theory, what she teaches intersects literature with philosophy and psychoanalysis. She researches the study of 20th century writing, particularly Artaud, Becket, Blanchot, Lacan, Derrida, Levinas, Deleuze, among others, and she published, on that subject, the book L’angoisse de Penser. She was the president of the International Philosophy College. She is responsible for publishing, at Gallimard, of part of Antonin Arnaud’s work, particularly the volume Oeuvres of the Quatro collection, 50 Dessins pour Assassiner la Magie and the different tomes of Cahiers d’Ivry. She also published, on the same author, Artaud, l’aliéné authentique and Antonin Artaud, un insurgé du corps.