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 Presentations can take the form of talks on upcoming projects, unpublished work, published articles or published books.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 the week 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 MembersZhongtian Han, "Communication Intelligence and the Rise of Mao: The Long March (1934–1936) & the Korean War (1950–1953)"Tue, Jan 31Zoom, Zhongtian Han
- Free for MembersTue, Feb 14Zoom, Daniel Asen
- Free for MembersTue, Feb 21Zoom, Amy ZegartFeb 21, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ESTZoom, Amy ZegartIn association with Women in Intelligence (WIN), hear from Amy Zegart over Zoom speak about the past, present, and future of American espionage, focusing on how emerging technologies are radically challenging every aspect of the intelligence enterprise. This session may be recorded.
- Free for MembersDavid A. Charters, "A comprehensive history of Canadian military intel. and its influence on key military operations" ttTue, Mar 07Zoom, David Charters
- Free for MembersTue, Mar 28Zoom, Nicholas Reynolds
- Free for MembersTue, Apr 18Zoom, Ariel Whitfield Sobel