Florence Rasmont (°1985) holds a Doctorate in History from the Free University of Brussels (2019). Her dissertation about the Tutsi genocide, « Commémorer sur les collines. Lieux et acteurs de la mémoire du génocide tutsi au Rwanda (1990-2001) », focused on the public policies of the memory of the genocide at a micro-local scale, the transformation of massacre sites into places of remembrance and Rwandan memory activists. Between November 2017 and June 2020, she worked at CegeSoma as a researcher for the federal Transmemo project. This project consisted, on the basis of interviews with 80 Belgian families, of studying the way in which representations of collaboration and resistance within families since World War II have been forged and transmitted in Belgium. In this context, she directed the radio series "Les transmissions. La guerre en héritage", in collaboration with Guillaume Abgrall. Her scientific interests focus on the memory of conflicts, social history and oral history.