Mr James Goulbourn

Mr James Goulbourn

Lecturer in Politics & International Relations (Education)

School of Law, Criminology and Government (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)

I am an experienced lecturer in Politics and International Relations with over a decade of professional practice. My research interests focus on visual representations of political issues, particularly civil conflict. My teaching interests include the role of civil society in political life, developing employability through work based learning and the development of practical skills, theories of international relations, international political economy and international relations since 1945. 

Teaching interests

Civil Society and the Public Sphere

International Political Economy

International Relations History

International Relations Theory

Work Based Learning

Research interests

Media, international relations and the perception of conflict

Pop-culture and cultural governance

Visual framing of political issues