The essays in Cixous after/depuis 2000, edited by Hall, Chevillot, Hoft-March, and Penalver Vicea, focus on Helene Cixous's work of the 21st-century, exploring her treatment of mourning, suffering and death in the wake of events that mark her life from 2000-2015.
Les essais reunis dans Cixous apres/depuis 2000, sous la direction de Hall, Chevillot, Hoft-March et Penalver Vicea, considerent les textes d'Helene Cixous publies au 21e siecle ; ils explorent egalement les questionnements de l'ecrivaine sur le deuil, la souffrance et la mort dans le sillage des evenements qui ont marque sa vie entre 2000 et 2015.
Elizabeth Berglund Hall is Assistant Professor of French at University of Virginia. She has published articles on many contemporary French and Francophone women including Helene Cixous, Amelie Nothomb, Anne Hebert, Anna Gavalda, and Marie-Claire Blais.
Frederique Chevillot is Professor of French Languages and Literatures at the University of Denver. Her research focuses on the contemporary novels and short stories by French and Francophone women writers.
Eilene Hoft-March is Professor of French at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. She has published articles on 20th and 21st century French novels and autobiographies, the most recent on Darrieussecq's Cleves.
Maribel Penalver Vicea is Associate Professor of French Linguistics at the University of Alicante and an associated faculty member at the Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3. She has published articles on madness, otherness, and the unconscious.