Speech at Sussex University, 17 October 2001.
I'm featured in the 'What Lies Beneath' exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, London.
I was interviewed about the 1969 crisis at the LSE: 'Students in London in the 1960s believed that they could change the world with occupations and sit-ins. When the authorities built steel gates at the London School of Economics - the students couldn't let them stand. Our history programme Witness hears from two former revolutionaries… Continue reading BBC ‘Witness’ programme, ‘Revolution at the LSE’
Martin Shaw is a sociologist of war and global politics and holds the Chair of International Relations and Politics at the University of Sussex. He studied Sociology at the London School of Economics, graduating in 1968. Martin has been a member of the International Socialists (1965-1976), the Labour Party (1979- ) and the European Nuclear… Continue reading Globality, War, Revolution: An Interview with Martin Shaw, Democratiya, 2005