Dr. Stephanie Courouble Share is a historian and an expert on Holocaust denial.

Under the direction of Professor Pierre Vidal-Naquet, Dr. Share completed her Ph.D. in History at Denis Diderot University (Paris-France). Her dissertation offered a comparative analysis of Holocaust denial across several countries, exploring its emergence and rise within various public spheres such as media, courts, politics, and the Internet.

Following her Ph.D., Dr. Share was a post-doctoral researcher at the Institut d’histoire du temps présent/CNRS in Paris, France. She then became an associate researcher at the Arnold and Leona Finkler Institute of Holocaust Research at Bar Ilan University, and later, at the Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism at Tel Aviv University.

Her seminal work on international Holocaust denial, “Les idées fausses ne meurent jamais, Le négationnisme, histoire d’un réseau international” (False ideas never die: Holocaust Denial, history of an international network), was published by Le Bord de l’eau in 2021, featuring a foreword by the historian Pascal Ory.

Dr. Share has now published a second book titled “Le négationnisme: Histoire, concepts et enjeux internationaux” (Holocaust Denial: History, Concepts, and International Stakes),  with the collaboration of Gilles Karmasyn and released by Eyrolles in 2023. This marks her continued contribution to the field, solidifying her role as a leading voice in the study of Holocaust denial.

In addition to her publications, Dr. Share is writing a script for a comic book on Holocaust denial and distortion. She frequently lectures at Yad Vashem and offers her expertise to international organizations dedicated to combating antisemitism, Holocaust denial, and distortion.”