James Connelly moved to the University of Hull in 2006, after having taught at the University of Southampton and Southampton Solent University.
He teaches political theory, contemporary political philosophy, environmental politics, and electoral systems.
James also writes and researches on the political philosophy of R G Collingwood and other British idealists, the philosophy of history, and environmental ethics and politics.
Environmental NGOs: pushing for leadership
Connelly, J., & Wurzel, R. (2016). Environmental NGOs: pushing for leadership. In R. K. Wurzel, J. Connelly, & D. Liefferink (Eds.), The European Union in International Climate Change Politics: Still Taking a Lead?, 221-236. Routledge
Introduction: European Union climate leadership
Connelly, J., Wurzel, R. K., & Liefferink, D. (2016). Introduction: European Union climate leadership. In The European Union in International Climate Change Politics: Still Taking a Lead?, 3-19. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315627199
James welcomes enquiries from prospective PhD students interested in working in
- political philosophy
- voting and electoral systems
- British idealism
- environmental politics and ethics
- military ethics
Corinne Wales, 2000; Sarah Wixey, 2001; Deborah Blackman, 2002; Stephen Lake, 2004; Nick Rayner, 2005; Simon Lacey, 2006; Andrew Mayers, 2007; Mark Farwell, 2009; Eylem Atakav, 2009; Ashley Roden Bow, 2012; Dominic Welburn, 2012; Sean Magee, 2012; Adrian Paylor, 2013; Paul Fagan, 2015; James Rogers, 2017; Jonathan Flint 2017; Achara Banjongprasert 2017.
MPhil completions: Jonathan Gordon, 2004; Julian Roche, 2017.