Directeur de recherche, Sciences Po
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Holds degrees in English, German, and French literature from the University of Paris III, a degree in comparative politics and a Ph.D (2000) from Sciences Po. Winner of the François Furet doctoral dissertation prize (2004) for his work L'Egalité par le droit : les paradoxes de la discrimination positive aux Etats-Unis combining political theory, sociology of law and the history of ideas (subsequently published and translated into English in 2007).
Former Fulbright scholar and fellow of the Chancellerie des universités de Paris. Former research assistant at Yale University (1996-1997); visiting fellow at the Remarque Institute, New York University; and visiting professor at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University in 2006. Co-editor-in-chief of Critique internationale (2003- 2006). Co-leader of the research group Anti-discrimination policies (with Gwénaële Calvès); co-president of the scientific committee of the Equal Opportunity Program of the French-American Foundation.
- Comparative analysis of anti-discrimination policies and positive discrimination
- Contemporary Anglo-Saxon political theory (theories of justice and equality).
- The death sentence in the United States
- Foreign policy of the United States (internal determinants, Chinese-US relations)
- American public law
Research AreasActors and processes of foreign policy-making - Constructions of identity, nationalism and transnationalism - Sociology and politics of identity
- Sciences Po
“Discrimination, anti-discrimination policies, positive discrimination: a comparative perspective“ (Master’s level)
English, German, Spanish, Italian.
« The Paradox of Decategorization: Deinstitutionalizing Race through Race-Based Affirmative Action in the United States », Ethnic and Racial Studies, juin 2011, Vol. 34, n°10, pp.1665-1681.
« Affirmative Action: The US Experience in Comparative Perspective », Daedalus. Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, printemps 2011, Vol. 140, n°2, pp. 109-120.
« The Rise of Indirect Affirmative Action: Converging Strategies for Promoting “Diversity” in Selective Institutions of Higher Education in the United States and France », World Politics, 63 (3), 2011, pp. 470-508.
« « Diversité » et formation des élites : une perspective transatlantique », avec van Zanten, Agnès (dir.), Sociétés contemporaines, 79, 2010, pp. 5-95.
Equality and Transparency: A Strategic Perspective on Affirmative Action in American Law, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
online on the CERI website