Alice Engelhard is a PhD researcher and recipient of LSE’s 2019-20 Excellence in Education award. Alice serves as editor of Millennium Journal of International Studies (vol. 49) and as a convenor of the Doing IPS seminar series in International Political Sociology at the University of London.
Before her academic career, Alice worked as a civil servant in the UK Department for Education, and as a project manager in an international human rights organisation.
Relations between people in movement, knowledge, and political changes in the formation of the ‘international’ and the decline of the British Empire. Focus on nineteenth and twentieth century colonialism in East Africa and the Indian Ocean.
Alice researches the politics of travel and movement from a postcolonial perspective. Her current research asks how movement is theorised. Alice works with ethnographically informed research methods. Her current research is anchored in tourism and travel in Kenya and the Indian Ocean in the context of colonial and pre-colonial connections.
Alice welcomes conversations about these topics and is always happy to hear from people with similar interests.
- IR100 – International Relations: Theories, Concepts and Debates (LSE)
Alice was awarded an LSE Excellence in Education award for outstanding classroom teaching and student feedback. Alice has extensive pedagogic experience outside of academia in school and institutional environments.
Professor Tarak Barkawi
Research Cluster affiliation
Security and Statecraft Research Cluster
Theory/Area/History Research Cluster