Spyfest7 at Queens
One-day symposium at Queen’s University Belfast
Thursday 9 May 2013
Venue: Canada Room, Lanyon North
The theme for Spyfest7 will be Signals Intelligence and among the participants will be Peter Hennessy (who will take about the commissioning of Sir Harry Hinsley’s official history of British Intelligence in the Second World War), Christopher Andrew (Official historian of MI5); Richard Aldrich (University of Warwick and author of (among many other works), GCHQ: The Uncensored Story of Britain’s Most Secret Intelligence Agency) and David Gioe (Cambridge University). This symposium is primarily directed at an undergraduate history audience and space is limited. QUB postgraduates and staff, as well as others, are very welcome to come, but need to register with Professor Keith Jeffery in advance, preferably by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The event is partially subsidised by QUB, but non-QUB attendees will have to pay a fee of £20 (cheques payable to ‘Queen’s University Belfast’), in advance to Keith Jeffery, School of History and Anthropology, Queen’s University, BT7 1NN, or in person on the day.
Further details about the programme will be posted in due course.