Private Tour of the International Spy Museum with Resident Historian and former CIA Analyst, Mark Stout
Join Yale-in-Washington for a private tour of the International Spy Museum with the museum's Historian, Mark Stout.
Stout will cover his topics of expertise on the tour, including intelligence and espionage during World War I, terrorism and domestic surveillance issues, and post-Cold War intelligence. Watch a film briefing, explore the museum with Stout, and learn about the tricks and trades of being an espionage officer!
Mark Stout is the International Spy Museum’s Historian. He worked for thirteen years as an intelligence analyst, first with the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research and later with the CIA. He has also worked on the Army Staff in the Pentagon and at the Institute for Defense Analyses. In addition, Mr. Stout is a Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences where he teaches course on intelligence and strategic studies. He has degrees from Stanford and Harvard Universities and in 2010 he completed his PhD in history at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom where he wrote his dissertation on American intelligence in World War I. Mr. Stout is the co-author of three books and has published articles in Intelligence and National Security, Studies in Intelligence, The Journal of Strategic Studies, and Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.
Friday, July 20 at 11:00 AM
International Spy Museum (800 F. St NW)
Register by July 19 at 11:00 AM
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