Department of History

Queen's University
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Bob Martyn Martyn.jpg

Adjunct Professor
Military and Security History

 

E-mail: r.martyn.01@gmail.com

 

Education

Ph.D., Queen's University
M.A., Royal Military College
B.A., Manitoba


About

His current academic work explores issues of insurgencies, terrorism, intelligence, and special operations forces. He recently completed a post-doctoral Security & Defence Fellowship at Carleton University's Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, and a Teaching Terrorism workshop at William & Mary College in Virginia.

Courses Taught

HIST251, Terrorism
HIST264, The Vietnam War in Historical Perspective.
HIST450, Revolutionary Warfare
HIST233, War and Modern Society
Royal Military College: POE319 Terrorism: History and Strategies

Major Publications

Books, Edited:

Military Perspectives of Canadian Domestic Operations. Kingston: Army Publication Office, 2005.

Book Chapters:

"Beyond the Next Hill: The Future of Peace Support Intelligence," in David Carment, ed., Peacekeeping Intelligence: New Players, Extended Boundaries. London: Frank Cass, 2006

"Canadian Military Intelligence and the 1914-1918 ?Revolution' in Military Affairs," in Andrew Godefroy, ed., The CEF in Battle: Studies in Command and Control of Canada's Army on the Western Front, 1914-1918. St. Catherines: Vanwell, forthcoming.

"Theories of Post-Cold War Air Campaigning: The Development of Air Power Doctrine," in Allan D. English, ed., Air Campaigns in the New World Order. University of Manitoba: Centre for Defence and Security Studies, 2005.

"Signposts from the Past: Expeditionary Air Force Operations Revisited," in Allan D. English, ed., Canadian Expeditionary Air Forces. University of Manitoba: Centre for Defence and Security Studies, 2004.

"The Revolution in Military Affairs: Is the Emperor Ready for his New Clothes?" in Dennis Margueratt and Allan D. English, eds., Air Warfare - Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. Toronto: Canadian Forces College, 2001.

Journal Articles:

"Unlearning Afghanistan" Canadian Military Journal, 13(9) Summer 2013: 5-15.

"Canadian Intelligence in the Shadow of 9/11." Monograph. Institute for Research on Public Policy, November 2005.

"Trends in Tactical Intelligence: Global Conflict and the Canadian Forces." Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin, 1(2), November 1998: 38-45.

"On the Future of Intelligence in the Canadian Infantry." Infantry Journal, 32, Summer 1997: 16-24.

Plus numerous book reviews and encyclopaedia entries.