Ida Danewid is Lecturer in Gender and Global Political Economy at the University of Sussex and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Sarah Parker Remond Centre for the Study of Racism and Racialisation at UCL. Her research focuses on racial capitalism, anti-colonial political thought, and interconnected histories of raced, sexed, carceral, and ecological violence. Her first monograph, Resisting Racial Capitalism: Revolutionary Worldmaking Beyond the State, is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press. Before joining Sussex in 2019, Ida was a Visiting Scholar at UC Berkeley and the editor of Millennium: Journal of International Studies. Beyond the academy, her work has appeared at the Berlin Art Week as well as the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo gallery in Turin, Italy. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2020 Best Article in European Journal of International Relations. Her most recent book is The Black Mediterranean: Bodies, Borders, and Citizenship (Palgrave MacMillan), co-edited with the Black Mediterranean Collective.