Secrecy and Unsecrecy: Researching the media, memoirs and intelligence agencies in the twitter age.

Secrecy and Unsecrecy: Researching the media, memoirs and intelligence agencies in the twitter age.

Podiumsdiskussion

Thorsten Wetzling will chair a discussion on the underconceptualised and ambivalent role of the press as an oversight mechanism at a workshop at the Spy Museum in Berlin.

The entire program for the conference:

 

Secrecy and Unsecrecy:

Researching the media, memoirs and intelligence agencies in the twitter age.

 

10.30 -12.00 PANEL 1: Secrecy publicity and signals intelligence

JASON DYMYDIUK, Uni of Warwick, ‘The Emergence of GCHQ and NSA’ 

MELINA DOBSON, Uni of Warwick, ‘Comparing American Whistle-blowers’

RICHARD ALDRICH, Uni of Warwick, ‘GCHQ’s public profile’

SARAH MAINWARING, Kluge Fellow, Lib of Congress, ‘From LCSA to NCSC’

 

12.00-1.00 Keynote 1: Dr Paul Lashmar, City University, ‘Spooks and the Press’

 

2.00- 3.00 PANEL 2: National perspectives on press as an oversight mechanism

Chair: THORSTEN WETZLING, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung

CEES WIEBES, University of Amsterdam/NCTB, ‘The Netherlands’

DANIEL MOßBRUCKER, Reporters Without Borders (Rsf) Germany

DORA GELO, University of Zagreb, ‘Slovenia’

DANIELA RICHTEROVA, Brunel University, ‘Slovakia’

 

3.30-5.00 PANEL 3: Spy Memoirs and Methodology

JULES GASPARD, Kings College London, ‘Four Recent CIA memoirs’

CHRISTOPHER MORAN, Uni of Warwick, ‘CIA memoirs in history’

RORY CORMAC, Uni of Nottingham, ‘Covert action memoirs’

Datum: 
09.05.2019
14:00 Uhr bis 15:00 Uhr
Ansprechpartner: 
Dr. Thorsten Wetzling