Board Member, Ex-Officio
Dr. Sarah-Jane Corke is an associate professor at the University of New Brunswick where she teaches a number of courses on American intelligence. Her first book, US Covert Operations and Cold War Strategy: Truman, The CIA and Secret Warfare was published by Rutledge in 2008. Dr. Corke has also published articles in the Journal of Strategic Studies, Intelligence and National Security, and The Journal of Conflict Studies. She is currently working on a number of projects including: a biography of John Paton and Patricia Grady Davies; an edited collection on the International Spy Museum with Mark Stout; an edited collection on Western Covert Operations against the East with Stephen Long and Francesco Cacciatore; and an edited collection on Philosophy and Intelligence Practice with Jason Bell.