Ida Danewid holds a PhD in International Relations from LSE. Her research is situated at the nexus of race, gender, political economy, and radical political thought, and specifically focuses on questions of internationalism and the politics of solidarity. She is currently working on a monograph that examines the shared horizons of different global solidarity movements through a focus on racial capitalism.
Ida was previously a Visiting Scholar at UC Berkeley and the Editor of Millennium: Journal of International Studies, which includes the award-winning special issue “Racialized Realities in World Politics.” Beyond the academy, her work has appeared at the Berlin Art Week as well as the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo gallery in Turin, Italy. Her article White Innocence in the Black Mediterranean: Hospitality and the Erasure of History won the 2017 Edward Said Award.