The Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project invites paper proposals for a one-day workshop on the history of Canadian foreign intelligence to be held in Ottawa on July 10, 2019.
Paper topics might include (but are not limited to):
- The management structures governing foreign intelligence in Canada
The organizations involved in foreign intelligence collection and analysis in Canada
- The foreign intelligence products and assessments produced by these organizations and their impact on Canadian foreign and defence policy decisions
- The comparison of Canadian foreign intelligence activities, organization and assessments with those of other countries, particularly Canada’s main intelligence allies
The Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project (CFIHP) seeks to encourage the study of the history of the foreign intelligence assessment function in Canada by facilitating the exchange of information among researchers and providing a forum for formal and informal collaboration through workshops and conferences.
Scholars interested in learning more about the Canadian Foreign Intelligence History Project, including membership and its records database should visit https://carleton.ca/csids/canadian-foreign-intelligence-history-project/.
Please submit paper proposals (300 word maximum) and a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org AND email@example.com by March 1, 2019, and include “CFIHP” in the email subject line. Accepted papers will be pre-circulated so that all participants may read them in advance to allow for active discussion and comment at the workshop.
There is some, but limited, space for those who wish to attend but not present.
I look forward to the discussion and exchange of ideas in Ottawa in July.