Invitation to North American Society for Intelligence History Conference, 20-21 October 2019 at the International Spy Museum in Washington

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We are very pleased to announce that registration is now open for the inaugural conference of the North American Society for Intelligence History (NASIH) to be held Sunday-Monday October 20-21 at the International Spy Museum in Washington.  The conference program can be found here

 

Panels include:

1.         Spies and Espionage

2.         Disinformation and Psychological Warfare

2a.       Intelligence Analysis

3.         Intelligence and Popular Culture

3a.       Soviet and Russian Intelligence

4.         Signals and Cyber Intelligence

4a.       Intellectual and Cultural Approaches to Intelligence History

5.         Imagery and Aerial Reconnaissance

5a.       Counterintelligence and Terrorism

6.         Covert Operations and Clandestine Diplomacy

6a.       Intelligence in Wartime

 

You may register by following this link:  https://www.intelligencehistory.org/events-1/inaugural-nasih-conference-october-20th-to-21st.  The early registration fee is $100. 

 

Conference attendees will have free access to the International Spy Museum exhibits with their conference badges.

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Sincerely,

 

               --Mark Stout

 

Mark Stout, Ph.D.

Program Director, MA in Global Security Studies

                                 Certificate in Intelligence

Johns Hopkins University

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Advanced Academic Programs

1717 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 104

Washington, DC  20036