Cécile Alduy is Professor of French literature and culture at Stanford University and a research fellow at the CEVIPOF at Sciences Po, Paris. She is a specialist of political rhetoric, especially far right discourse, as well as immigration and nationalism in France. Her latest books include Ce qu’ils disent vraiment. Les politiques pris aux mots (Seuil 2017), and Marine Le Pen Taken to Her Words: Deciphering the New National Front’s Discourse (Seuil, 2015). She writes regularly for Le Monde, The Nation, The Atlantic, Libération, etc.