Keren Mock is the recipient of the Visiting Junior Scholar Fellowship from the France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in affiliation with the Taube Center (2016). She holds a BA in philosophy (Sorbonne Panthéon University), an MA in psychology and a Ph.D. in compared literature (Paris Diderot Sorbonne Paris Cité University). Her dissertation was awarded by the Institut des Humanités de Paris and La Société des Études Juives.
She taught at the Sorbonne, the École normale superieure (Ulm) and in the Psychoanalytical Studies department at Paris Diderot University. Her book, “Hébreu, du sacré au maternel” (CNRS Editions, 2016) includes a preface by Julia Kristeva and Pierre-Marc de Biasi and deals with the poiesis of Modern Hebrew as new mother tongue.