Upcoming Conferences and events of interest

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Friday, 3 May 2019

Cambridge-KCL Intelligence and Peace Symposium

10:45 - 17:30

Trinity College, Cambridge, Winstanley Lecture Theatre

Event Details

Friday, 3 May 2019

Cambridge-KCL Intelligence and Peace Symposium

A century on from one of the most important peace treaties in modern times, The Treaty of Versailles, this symposium will explore the complex relationship between intelligence agencies, peace-making and conflict resolution. With a range of papers from the First World War to the present, this one-day event promises to be an exciting investigation of the various ways in which intelligence can help facilitate or frustrate peace and negotiations, as well the impact of conflict resolution on intelligence agencies.


KISG members Dr. Thomas Maguire and Polly Corrigan will be Chairs at the event, and Dr. Jules Gaspard will be presenting "The Perfidious Albion: The British Propaganda Campaign Against American Neutrality in the First World War".


Registration for the symposium costs £10 and includes lunch, and is at the following link: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cambridge-kcl-intelligence-and-peace-symposium-tickets-60269183751

Registration closes on Tuesday, 23 April


Please see event programme details below:


10:45 - 17:30

Trinity College, Cambridge, Winstanley Lecture Theatre

Friday 10/05/2019 - Sunday 12/05/2019

International Intelligence History Association (IIHA) Conference

Spy Museum Berlin Leipziger Pl. 9, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Event Details

Friday 10/05/2019 - Sunday 12/05/2019

International Intelligence History Association (IIHA) Conference

The The International Intelligence History Association (IIHA) organises its 2019 Annual Conference in cooperation with the German Spy Museum in Berlin. Panels will focus on the themes of intelligence, diplomacy and international relations.

KISG members David Schaefer and Charlotte Yelamos will be presenting their research at the Young Researchers Forum of the IIHA conference. David will be presenting his work on Liaison diplomacy and the evolution of intelligence machinery, and Charlotte will be presenting research on Material and Landscape Studies of the BRIXMIS 'Intelligence Culture'

The full event programme and further details can be found at the following link: http://intelligence-history.org/?p=1128 

Registration closes Wednesday, 1 May.

Spy Museum Berlin Leipziger Pl. 9, 10117 Berlin, Germany