Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge is an internationally regarded Arendt scholar. Her work focuses on twentieth-century and contemporary political theory, literature and history, Human Rights, and Refugee Studies. She is a regular advisor for NGOs, such as the Open Society Foundation, and has worked on a number of Global Challenges projects. She has given keynote lectures across the world, including Harvard and UCLA, and has held visiting positions at Cornell University and the University of Sydney. She writes for The New Statesman, Prospect and The New Humanist, and is an experienced broadcaster in both the UK and the US. She tweets at @lyndseystonebri.