The Routledge International Handbook of Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies
Selected case studies from each of the world’s continents provide a truly global, comparative context and accessible, in-depth analysis of the historical and contemporary relationships between global universities, national security and intelligence agencies.
Print Book, English, 2020
Routledge, Taylor et Francis Group, London ; New York, 2020
xxi, 545 Seiten : Illustrationen
Erscheint auch als:
Introduction; Part I Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies: An Academic Cartography; Chapter 1 The University-Security-Intelligence Nexus: Four Domains; Part II Universities, Security, Intelligence: National Contexts, International Settings; Chapter 2 American Universities, the CIA, and the Teaching of National Security Intelligence; Chapter 3 The FBI, Cyber-Security and American Campuses: Academia, Government, and Industry as Allies in Cybersecurity Effectiveness; Chapter 4 ‘What was needed were copyists, filers, and really intelligent men of capacity’: British Signals Intelligence and the Universities, 1914-1992 Chapter 5 Datafication and Universities: The Convergence of Spies, Scholars and Science; Chapter 6 The Relationship between Intelligence and the Academy in Canada; Chapter 7 ‘I would remind you that NATO is not a university’: Navigating the Challenges and Legacy of NATO Economic Intelligence; Chapter 8 Understanding the Relationships between Academia and National Security Intelligence in the European Context; Chapter 9 The German Foreign Intelligence Agency (BND): Publicly Addressing a Clandestine History; Chapter 10 The Figure of the Traitor in the Chekist Cosmology; Chapter 11 How Russia Trains Its Spies: The Past and Present of Russian Intelligence Education; Chapter 12 The Chinese Intelligence Service; Part III Espionage and the Academy: Spy Stories; Chapter 13 The Cambridge Spy Ring: The Mystery of Wilfrid Mann; Chapter 14 John Gordon Coates PhD DSO (1918-2006) Conscientious Objector, Interrogator, Intelligence Officer, Commando, Saboteur, Spy…Academic; Part IV Spies, Scholars and the Study of Intelligence; Chapter 15 The Oxford Intelligence Group; Chapter 16 A Missing Dimension No Longer: Intelligence Studies, Professor Christopher Andrew, and the University of Cambridge; Part V University Security and Intelligence Studies: Research and Scholarship, Teaching and Ethics; Chapter 17 What Do We Teach When We Teach Intelligence Ethics?; Chapter 18 Secret and Ethically Sensitive Research; Chapter 19 Intelligent Studies: Degrees in Intelligence and the Intelligence Community; Chapter 20 Experimenting with Intelligence Education: Overcoming Design Challenges in Multidisciplinary Intelligence Analysis Programs; Part VI Security, Intelligence, and Securitization Theory: Comparative and International Terrorism Research; Chapter 21 The Epistemologies of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Research; Chapter 22 Dynamics of Securitization: An Analysis of Universities’ Engagement with the Prevent Legislation; Chapter 23 Comparative Perspectives on Intelligence and the Management of Radicalisation and Extremism in Universities in Asia and Africa; Part VII Universities, Security and Secret Intelligence Diplomatic, Journalistic and Policy Perspectives; Chapter 24 Between Lucky Jim and George Smiley: The Public Policy Role of Intelligence Scholars; Chapter 25 But What Do You Want It For? Secret Intelligence and the Foreign Policy Practitioner; Chapter 26 Intelligence Recruitment in 1945 and ‘Peculiar Personal Characteristics’; Chapter 27 ‘Men of the Professor Type’ Revisited: Building a Partnership between Academic Research and National Security; Chapter 28 Open Source Intelligence: Academic Research, Journalism or Spying?; Chapter 29 Overkill: Why universities modelling the impact of nuclear war in the 1980s could not change the views of the security state; Part VIII Universities, Security and Intelligence: Disciplinary Lenses of the Arts, Literature and Humanities; Chapter 30; The Art(s and Humanities) of Security: A Broader Approach to Countering Security Threats; Chapter 31 Dispelling the Myths: Academic Studies, Intelligence and Historical Research; Chapter 32; Stalin’s Library; Chapter 33 A Landscape of Lies in the Land of Letters: The Literary Cartography of Security and Intelligence; Supplementary; National Security and Intelligence – Outreach, Commentary, Critique: A Global Survey of Official, Policy and Academic Sources