BA (Warwick), PhD (Sheffield). Dr Pilbeam joined the University in 2005 and as a senior lecturer teaches in all areas of politics and international relations. Bruce is also course leader for the Criminology and International Security BA (Hons).
Teaching and interests
Bruce's teaching and research are in the areas of American politics, British politics, international politics and peace and conflict studies. At present, Bruce leads the modules Peace and Conflict in Theory and Practice (Level 5), The Politics of Modern States (Level 6), Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding (Level 6) and International Conflict Resolution (MA). Bruce also oversees the International Relations MA dissertation module.
Bruce's publications include Conservatism in Crisis? Anglo-American Conservatism after the Cold War (2003), together with articles in journals such as Political Studies and the Journal of Political Ideologies. Bruce is also co-author of the textbook International Security Studies (2015).
Dr Pilbeam also regularly attends conferences and symposia, at which he often presents papers. For example, Bruce recently presented papers in 2016, at conferences in Bulgaria and Moscow, on the topic of Britain and the EU, with particular reference to Brexit.
Dr Bruce Pilbeam
Course Leader for International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies BA (Hons)