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Queen's University
 

Bob Martyn Martyn.jpg

Adjunct Professor
Military and Security History

E-mail: r.martyn.01@gmail.com
Phone: 613-533-2150
Fax: 613-533-6298


Education

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

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

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.

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.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000