Françoise Thébaud is Professor Emeritus of Modern History at the University of Avignon and associate researcher at the Institut Genre at the University of Geneva. She is also co-editor of the French language journal Clio. Femmes, Genre, Histoire, which has been translated into English since 2013, as well as a member of the LabEx EHNE Gender research team. In addition to her editing of issues of Clio FGH, her latest publications include: Écrire l’histoire des femmes et du genre (Lyon: ENS Éditions, 2007; Spanish translation 2013), La fabrique des filles (with Rebecca Rogers, Paris: Textuel, 2010, republished 2014), La place des femmes dans l’histoire. Une histoire mixte (co-edited with Geneviève Dermenjian, Irène Jami, Annie Rouquier, Paris: Belin, 2010), Les femmes au temps de la guerre de 14 (Paris: Payot, 2013). She has also co-edited, with Isabelle Ernot, the "Historiennes" entries for the Dictionnaire universel des créatrices (Paris: Éditions des femmes, 2013). She is currently writing the biography of Marguerite Thibert (1886-1982), doctor of philosophy, pacifist, feminist, socialist, and expert on women's work at the International Labour Office in Geneva.