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Cecile Alduy (Professor)

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Personal bio
A former student of the Ecole normale Superieure in Paris, Cecile Alduy is Associate Professor of French literature and culture, teaching Renaissance literature, contemporary French politics, and film. She published in 2015 "Marine Le Pen prise aux mots. Décryptage du nouveau discours frontiste" [Marine Le Pen Taken To Her Words. Decoding the New National Front Discourse] (Seuil, 2015), which received the « How To Think Society » Panorama Prize in France, and before that, as a Renaissance specialist, "Politique des Amours” [The Politics of Love] (Droz, 2007) on proto-nationalist representations in French Renaissance poetry. She recently co-edited a special issue of the journal Occasion on “The Charlie Hebdo Attacks and their Aftermath. » A specialist of the National Front and French political discourse, she is a contributor to Politico, The Nation, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Al Jazeera America, The Boston Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Rue89 and Le Monde.

Currently teaching
FEMGEN 192: Women in French Cinema: 1958- (Autumn)
FILMSTUD 112: Women in French Cinema: 1958- (Autumn)
FRENCH 187: The Grammar of Love: A Short Literary History From Chrétien de Troyes to Proust (Spring)
FRENCH 192: Women in French Cinema: 1958- (Autumn)
FRENCH 219: The Renaissance Body in French Literature and Medicine (Autumn)
FRENCH 319: The Renaissance Body in French Literature and Medicine (Autumn)
FRENCH 387: The Grammar of Love: A Short Literary History From Chrétien de Troyes to Proust (Spring)
FRENCH 87N: The New Wave: How The French Reinvented Cinema (Winter)
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