The North American Society For Intelligence History (NASIH) and The Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project announce a call for papers for the 2020 NASIH Conference. The conference will take place at Trinity College at the University of Toronto from November 12 - 14, 2020.
Brécourt Academic and Mercyhurst University's Ridge College of Intelligence Studies and Applied Sciences and the journal of Global War Studies have just announced a call for papers for their second annual Intelligence Community Forum (ICF). The conference aims to attract people from various backgrounds, such as the intelligence practice, academia, business, but also students.
The American Political Science Association (APSA) has published a call for papers and there is a group call on intelligence, hosted by Glen Hastedt. I've pastsed the text for the call below.
When? 10-13 September 2020, San Francisco.
See detailed instructions for submission here.
More information on the call can be found here.
Just forwarding you this Call for Papers from the Israeli journal Cyber, Intelligence, and Security published by the Institute for National Security Studies of Tel Aviv University. They welcome papers of max. 6000 words about a broad range of cyber intelligence related issues.
Have a look at the call yourself here, where you will also find details about whom to reach out to in case of further questions.
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Just reposting a call for proposals for contributions to an edited volume on African intelligence by Ryan Shaffer. See below!
All the best,
“African Intelligence and Security Services: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Transformations”
Job opening at Coastal Carolina University, Conway, S.C.
Assistant Professor of Intelligence and National Security Studies
Call for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, and posters/exhibits are welcome. The conference will be held February 11-12, 2020 on the campus of The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.Deadline for proposals and abstracts must be received by October 15, 2019.Inquires and Submissions should be sent toDr. Jan Goldman, Department of Intelligence and Security StudiesEmail: email@example.com
Just sending you this to bring to your attention the extended deadline for the Call for Papers for the international conference on intelligence collection, scheduled for 21 November 2019, in the Hague (the Netherlands). The conference addresses the question whether geopolitical, technological, and societal changes have fundamentelly altered the different intelligence collection disciplines or whether their underlying principles, logic, and activities are essentially the same.