Florence Rasmont (°1985) studied Contemporary History at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).
Afterwards, she conducted research as a documentalist for historical documentaries about the African Great Lakes. In December 2012, he began PhD thesis in contemporary history on the memory of the Tutsis genocide(FRESH scholarship of the FNRS). Her thesis is oriented towards a micro-local approach and focuses on public policies concerning the memory of the genocide as well as on the transformation of massacre sites into places of remembrances and Rwandan memory activists.
As of 1 November 2017, she has worked at CegeSoma for the TRANSMEMO project, which focuses on memory linked to collaboration and resistance during the Second World War.