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The Society hosts frequent virtual brown bags over Zoom to provide intelligence historians a venue to discuss their work. Presentations can take the form of talks on upcoming projects, unpublished work, published articles or published books. Members receive free and early access to these sessions.*
Registrations open for non-members 30 days before each event and are priced at $5 per session.
All sessions take place over Zoom on Tuesdays, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern.
*NASIH Members: Make sure you are logged into your account by clicking the button on the top-right of the page.
Sessions may be recorded and made available *only* to NASIH members. To learn more, visit our FAQ page.
We welcome self-submissions for potential presentations.
Upcoming Brown Bags
- Free for MembersTue, Mar 28Zoom, Nicholas Reynolds
- Free for MembersTue, Apr 18Zoom, Ariel Whitfield SobelApr 18, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDTZoom, Ariel Whitfield SobelHear from Ariel Whitfield Sobel over Zoom discuss covert and undercover espionage acts, and explores how Intelligence Agencies have utilised elements from the theatre in their operations. Dr. Diana Bolsinger will chair. This session will be recorded.
- Free for MembersPhilip Shackelford, "Survival Instincts: Communications Intelligence and Service Autonomy in the U.S. Air Force"Tue, May 02Zoom, Philip C. Shackelford
- Free for MembersFilip Kovacevic, "Secrets of KGB Counterintelligence in the mid-1950s: An Inside Look Based on New Archival Research"Tue, May 09Zoom, Filip Kovacevic
- Free for MembersTue, Jul 18Zoom, Rachel Midura
- Free for MembersKrystel von Kumberg, "Prince Valerio Borghese and the Two Ita(Lies): Operation Gladio and the Years of Lead."Tue, Sep 12Zoom, Angelica Krystel von Kumberg
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