Martin Land is a theoretical physicist living in Jerusalem. He is president of the International Association for Relativistic Dynamics and teaches computer science at Hadassah College and the Open University of Israel. A delegate to the college teachers union, he has been active in peace movements, civil rights, feminism and LGBT since the late 1960s. He is co-author of Time and Human Language Now, in addition to articles in relativistic physics, computer networking, and critical theory.
Recent work includes a critique of race-religion-nation as categories in social theory, and a study of resistance to theory in contemporary political and academic discourse. He is married to feminist psychotherapist Janet Baumgold, whom he gratefully acknowledges as a primary source of insight in relational psychology.