Military/ Seminar/ TV – C SPAN 3 to televise NYMAS ESPIONAGE CONFERENCE
The opening 2 hours of NYMAS’s April Espionage Conference with be on C-SPAN 3 / American History TV twice this weekend:
Saturday afternoon, July 9 at 1:50pm ET
Sunday morning, July 10 at 5:50am ET
(NYC TWC/Spectrum cable: Channel 227)
NYMAS is devoted to increasing public
knowledge, awareness, and understanding
of the interrelationship of war, society, and
culture through the presentation and
dissemination of diverse scholarly viewpoints.
See clip at https://youtu.be/ni4Xm5BSM6c
1964 photo – Robert Rowen, NYMAS Program and Ops Director, in uniform on the right.
NYMAS Spring 2016 2-Day Conference
Produced & moderated by Robert Miller
Espionage: from Cold War to Asymmetric Conflict
Joseph Fitsanakis specializes in intelligence and national security with an emphasis on international espionage. He has taught and written extensively on intelligence policy and practice, intelligence history, communications interception, cyber espionage, and transnational criminal networks. His writings have been translated into several languages and referenced in media outlets including The Washington Post, BBC, ABC, NPR, Newsweek, The Guardian, Le Monde Diplomatique, and Wired. Before joining Coastal Carolina University, Dr. Fitsanakis built the Security and Intelligence Studies program at King University, where he also directed the King Institute for Security and Intelligence Studies. At Coastal, he teaches courses on national security, intelligence communications, intelligence analysis, intelligence operations, and espionage during the Cold War, among other subjects. Dr. Fitsanakis is also deputy director of the European Intelligence Academy and senior editor at intelNews.org, an ACI-indexed scholarly blog that is cataloged through the United States Library of Congress.
Mark Kramer is Director of Cold War Studies at Harvard University and a Senior Fellow of Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Originally trained in mathematics, he went on to study international relations as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University and was also an Academy Fellow in Harvard’s Academy of International and Area Studies. He has published many books and articles.
His latest books are Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain: The Cold War and East‐Central Europe, 1945‐1990 (2013), Reassessing History on Two Continents (2013), Der Kreml und die Wende 1989 (2014), and Der Kreml und die Wiedervereinigung (2015), and he is also the editor of a three‐volume collection, The Fate of Communist Regimes, 1989‐1991, to be published in late 2016.
Mark Mazzetti is a correspondent for The New York Times, where he has covered national security from the newspaper’s Washington bureau since April 2006. In 2009, he shared a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on the intensifying violence in Pakistan and Afghanistan and Washington’s response. The previous year, he was a Pulitzer finalist for revelations about the C.I.A.’s detention and interrogation program. He is the author of The Way of the Knife (Penguin 2013) a bestselling account of the CIA’s covert action forces.
Since the Sept. 11 attacks, he has made several reporting trips to Afghanistan, Iraq and the Horn of Africa.
Mazzetti received a 2011 Polk Award (with colleague Dexter Filkins) for coverage of Afghanistan and Pakistan, and was the recipient of the 2006 Gerald R Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on National Defense.
|NYMAS talks are free and open to the public.
NYMAS is supported in part by a grant from the
New York Council for the Humanities.
NYMAS is associated with the Society for Military History, Region 2.
Unless otherwise noted, these talks are held on Friday evenings at
The Soldiers’, Sailors’, Marines’, Coast Guard and Airmens’ Club
283 Lexington Avenue (between 36th and 37th Streets)
New York, NY 10016-3540
from 7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. These Friday lectures are usually held on the 2nd floor in the historic South Lounge.Topics and speakers may be subject to change without notice. A current updated schedule is always available at this website (http//:nymas.org)
The New York Military Affairs Symposium
On the web at http://nymas.org
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NYMAS is devoted to increasing public
To opt-out of these notifications, please just click here to reply to this email.
July 12, 2016 - Posted by luckygirlmedia | BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURS, LIFESTYLES, TECHNOLOGY, We Recommend | #authors, #books, #CSPan, #culture, #documentary, #entrepreneurs, #family, #festivals, #LincolnCenter, #military, #NYMAS, #technology, #TV, Education, fun, NYC, panels, personal development, technology
No comments yet.
This is What WE Do
This is the public consumer site containing some of the “best of” recommendations of LuckyGirl MEDIA.
LuckyGirl MEDIA is a business-to-business newsfeed that covers and syndicates stories on BUSINESS, ARTS, TECHNOLOGY and CULTURE, all from a women’s perspective. We cover the gamut from gamers to grandmothers, profiling executives, entrepreneurs, designers, professionals and artists. We provide reviews, spot trends and provide HOLIDAY and “BEST OF” guides.
LuckyGirl MEDIA provides services to local daily papers, alternative weeklies, monthly magazines, international and national papers and websites. Our client list is private.
blasts from our past
- Follow LuckyGirl MEDIA recommends on WordPress.com
Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Site infoLuckyGirl MEDIA recommends
Blog at WordPress.com.