Dr. des. Sarah Earnshaw

KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Am Marktplatz 2

85072 Eichstätt

Sarah Earnshaw received her doctorate from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München in 2019 and is currently working on her first book, Freedom Will Be Defended: Human Rights and Sovereign Standards in US Security. Following a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California Berkeley in the History of Forced Migration and Environment, in association with the German Historical Institute Pacific Regional Office and the Zolberg Institute, Sarah joined the research training Group ‘Practicing Place’ in May 2021. Hailing from the Bonnie Banks, previously she obtained an MA in History and Literature and an MLitt in War Studies from the University of Glasgow. Back in Bavaria, Sarah is developing her new project Displacing Disaster Temporalities: US Temporary Protection and Caribbean Climate Mobilities. Embracing an environmental humanities perspective alongside her work in political theory and the history of International Relations, her research interests revolve around the entanglements of security and liberty, humanitarianism, as well as questions of racism and coloniality in US foreign relations.