Sarah Mazouz completed a PhD in sociology (2010) and is permanent researcher at the CNRS (CERAPS). Before that, she was Marie Curie Fellow at the Humboldt University in Berlin and postdoctoral fellow in the ERC research program MORALS – Towards a Critical Moral Anthropology. Her main research topics are antidiscrimination in France, French public youth employment centers and citizenship politics in France and Germany. Her work draws on ethnography. It also leans on Critical Race studies, sociology of law, sociology of public policies and critical anthropology of moral. She is the author of La République et ses autres. Politiques de l’altérité dans la France des années, 2000, Lyon, ENS Éditions and the co-author of Juger, réprimer, accompagner. Essai sur la morale de l’État, Paris, Seuil, 2013 and of At the Heart of State. The Moral World of Institutions, London, Pluto, Press, 2015. Her other publications include articles in the Revue française de sociologie, Genèses. Sciences sociales et histoire, Droit et société, Politix, Raison politique and French Politics, Culture and Society.