Jeanyves Guérin has taught at the universities of Paris X Nanterre, Marne-la-Vallée and Paris 3 New Sorbonne. Currently, he is professor emeritus. His research focuses on the one hand on XX century theater (Audiberti, Ghelderode, Ionesco) and, on the other, on XX century engaged literature (Malraux, Sartre, Guilloux). Camus is at the crossroads of these two areas. Jeanyves Guérin has written two books about him, Camus. Portrait de l’artiste en citoyen (François Bourin, 1993) and Albert Camus. Littérature et politique (Honoré Champion, 2013). He was the editor of Dictionnaire des pièces françaises du vingtième siècle (Honoré Champion, 2005), Dictionnaire Albert Camus (Robert Laffont, 2009) and Dictionnaire Eugène Ionesco (Honoré Champion, 2012). He has also published Art nouveau ou homme nouveau (Honoré Champion, 2002), Le Théâtre en France de 1914 à 1950 (Honoré Champion, 2007) and Les Listes noires de 1944 (Presses de la Sorbonne nouvelle, 2016). He has also published as a theater critic in the Nouvelle Revue Française Review.