James Robinson

Division of General Studies and International Studies
Department of International Studies

James Robinson

Full time professor
Sabbatical leave

James Robinson is Full Time Professor and Researcher in the Department of International Relations at ITAM.  He holds a Bachelor’s in History and Political Science from Reed College, Master’s and Doctorate in History at McGill University, Master’s and Doctorate in International Relations at Johns Hopkins University.

In ITAM has given courses on International Relations Theories and Research Seminar.  Research on Mexican Sovereignty and NAFTA; Language and Theory;  Sovereignty, Neoliberalism and Drugs in Mexico. Was visiting professor the Watson Institute of Brown University.   Present research is on the history of the discipline and evolution of the theories of International Relations, and Critique of Positivism.

Academic Studies

BA in International Relations, Reed College, USA
MA in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, USA
MA in International Relations, McGill University, Canada
PhD in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, USA
PhD in Modern European History, McGill University, Canada

Contact

5628 4000 ext. 3928

Topics of Interest

  • Critical Theory
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Constructivism
  • International Relations History
  • Metatheory

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