Kristin Anabel Eggeling
Øster Farimagsgade 5
1353 København K
I teach and write about diplomacy, digitalization, global tech policy and qualitative and ethnographic methods in International Relations. The syllabus for my course 'Political Ethnography' can be freely downloaded from the APSA Interpretive Methods and Methodology website. I currently work as Co-PI on a project funded by the Danish VELUX Foundation on the EU’s agenda to attain ‘digital sovereignty’. In 2023, I was awarded the Anthony Deos Early Career Award for the emerging scholar in the field of Diplomatic Studies by the International Studies Association (ISA). My research has won international prizes and has been published in leading IR and social science journals and presses including Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Global Studies Quarterly, Millennium, OUP, Big Data & Society, Geopolitics and Qualitative Research.
The best way to get to know a researcher and a writer is thorugh their texts, the teacher in me wants to say. You find the references to mine here or on google scholar.