Research Professor, IBEI
Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex
Martin Shaw is a historical sociologist of global politics, war and genocide. His books include Marxism and Social Science (1974), Dialectics of War (1988), Post-Military Society (1991), Civil Society and Media in Global Crises (1996), Theory of the Global State (2000), War and Genocide (2003), The New Western Way of War (2005), What is Genocide? (2007) and most recently Genocide and International Relations: Changing Patterns in the Transitions of the Late Modern World (2013). He is Research Professor at the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), Professorial Fellow in International Relations and Human Rights at the University of Roehampton, London, and Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex.
Background and education
- (1993) PhD, University of Hull, Sociology of International Relations and War
- (1968) BA, London School of Economics and Political Science, Sociology
- Global politics
- War and genocide
- Sociology of Global Politics
- 2015.What is Genocide?.Cambridge:Policy.Link
- 2013.Genocide and International Relations: Changing Patterns in the Transition of the Late Modern World..
- 2005.The New Western Way of War: Risk-Transfer War and its Crisis in Iraq.Polity.Link
- 2003.War and Genocide: Organised Killing in Modern Society.Oxford:Polity.
- 2000.Theory of the Global State: Globality as Unfinished Revolution.Cambridge Studies in International Relations,73Link
- 1996.Civil Society and Media in Global Crises: Representing Distant Violence.Pinter Pub Ltd.
- 1991.Post-Military Society: Militarism, Demilitarisation and War and the End of the Twentieth Century.U.S.:.Link
- 1988.Dialectics of War: An Essay in the Social Theory of Total War and Peace.Pluto Press.