Eva Leth Sørensen

Eva Leth Sørensen

PhD candidate

Department of International Relations

Connect with me

Danish, English, French
Key Expertise
(Anti/de/post)colonialism, knowledge production, Arctic IR, Historical IR

About me

Eva is a PhD candidate in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics (LSE). Her project examines Scandinavian colonial legacies in the Arctic, focusing on Danish-Greenlandic relations. She is also one of the current co-editors of the vol. 52 team at Millennium: Journal of International Studies, where she also served as Deputy Editor for vol. 51.

Originally from Denmark, Eva holds an MSc in International Relations Theory from LSE, and a BA in International Relations and Modern Languages (French) from the University of East Anglia (UEA). During her studies at UEA, she also spent a year studying political science and law in France, at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon III. Previously, she has also worked in think tanks in Brussels on European policymaking and influencing.

Research topic

Historical approaches to Scandinavian colonialism in the Arctic: the case of Danish-Greenlandic relations 

Teaching experience

IR200 International Political Thought

Academic supervisor

Professor Tarak Barkawi

Dr Martin Bayly

Research Cluster affiliation

Theory/Area/History Research Cluster


Expertise Details

(Anti/de/post)colonialism; knowledge production; Arctic IR; Historical IR