Jeanne Morefield is a Non-Resident Fellow at the Quincy Institute and Associate Professor of Political Theory and Fellow at New College, University of Oxford. Her scholarship sits at the intersection of political theory, international relations, and intellectual history with a particular focus on the relationship between liberalism, imperialism, and internationalism in Britain and America. She is the author of Covenants Without Swords: Idealist Liberalism and the Spirit of Empire (2005), Empires Without Imperialism: Anglo American Decline and the Politic of Deflection (2014) and the forthcoming Unsettling the World: Edward Said and Political Theory (spring, 2022). Her next book project, The Politics of Sex Trafficking: From the League of Nations to QAnon, examines the role of sex trafficking panics in the construction and contestation of global liberalism. Morefield’s popular work has appeared in The Boston Review, Jacobin, Responsible Statecraft, and The New Statesman.